Projecting Every Team’s Record For the 2019-2020 NBA Season

The NBA has changed a lot in the past few weeks, as free agency took the NBA, shook it up like a snow globe, and set it back down ready to go for the 2020 season. Many teams have shot up projection lists, and many teams have shot down. In this article, I will be giving my personal projections for what the win/loss record of … Continue reading Projecting Every Team’s Record For the 2019-2020 NBA Season

Way Too Early Award Predictions for the Upcoming NBA Season

As we all know, the NBA gives out awards at the end of every season to recognize the best players in specific categories: the best rookie, the best defensive player, the best coach, the player that has improved the most, and the best player overall. This year, Giannis won MVP, Siakam won Most Improved, Mike Budenholzer won Coach of the Year, Luka Doncic won Rookie … Continue reading Way Too Early Award Predictions for the Upcoming NBA Season

Tampa Bay? Montreal? Charlotte? The State of the Rays

The Tampa Bay Rays are in a crisis. Their stadium is terrible for baseball and their attendance figures are consistently some of the worst in the Majors. It has gotten so bad for them that the Rays are considering playing half their home games in Montreal in future seasons. Yes; you read that correctly. Montreal, Quebec, Canada, located over 1500 miles north of Tampa. How … Continue reading Tampa Bay? Montreal? Charlotte? The State of the Rays

2019 MLB Trade Deadline Winners and Losers

Photo Credits: The Ringer With a multitude of moves coming as the 4:00 PM Eastern Time buzzer sounded, the MLB trade deadline was saved from being a complete dud. Lots of teams made lowkey moves that improved them in the race for the playoffs, while others made big splashes to immediately launch them into World Series contention. Let’s take a look at the winners and … Continue reading 2019 MLB Trade Deadline Winners and Losers

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Fortnite World Cup: The $3 Million Underdog Champions.

July 27, 2019: Emil “Nyhrox” Bergquist Pedersen (L) and David “Aqua” Wang (R) posing with the Fortnite World Cup trophies as your 2019 winners. (Photo by Sarah Stier/ Getty Images). Miguel Orellana, Aletis Sports Writer As one of the top games to play, Fortnite continues to grow with the inaugural 2019 Fortnite World Cup. The festivities were held in New York at the famous Arthur … Continue reading Fortnite World Cup: The $3 Million Underdog Champions.