NBA

Five Superstars Lakers Should Target This Summer

The 2017-2018 season has come to its end for the NBA, and now that free agency has begun, I’ve decided to write about who the Los Angeles Lakers should sign to get back into the habit of playing postseason basketball. Here are a few of the many options:  Julius Randle (PF, Los Angeles Lakers)  Young […]

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NBAOther Sports

Clippers Reign Among Elite is Over

With all that talent the Los Angeles Clippers once contained, the franchise had no championships to show for it. During their peak, the Clippers never made it past the second round of the postseason, but had the roster to win it all. The play of Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, and others gave life […]

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NFL

The Athletes Hub NFL Mock Draft 3.0

The NFL regular season is now behind us, but the mock drafts are just starting up. Particular analysts from The Athletes Hub have worked together to compile a list of how the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft will play out. Here are the results: #1 Cleveland Browns Select: QB Sam Darnold, USC Luke’s Take: Despite the fact […]

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MLB

The Curious Case of Washington’s Early Season Slump

The Washington Nationals have found themselves in a very unfamiliar position of looking way up at the National League East standings. The Nats, who currently sit at 7-9, are six games back of the division-leading New York Mets and are two games under .500 for the first time since mid-2015. Other than that, things are […]

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UFC

Dustin Poirier Calls Out Champion Khabib Nurmagomedov

The date of April 15th wasn’t only the day that Dustin Poirier delivered Justin Gaethje his second loss, but he also made a bold call out by challenging the new Lightweight champion, Khabib Nurmagomedov. Since inking his newest UFC contract, Nurmagomedov has recorded ten consecutive victories within the UFC. Poirier didn’t have a successful run […]

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NFL

New England 2018 Draft Needs

The New England Patriots are coming off of another successful season, making it to Super Bowl 52 where they met with the Philadelphia Eagles in a hard fought 41-33 loss. With the off-season focusing towards draft day, the New England Patriots are faced with a few holes, but contain a handful of draft picks that […]

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Soccer

What Could be Improved Within Major League Soccer?

A while ago, I posed a question to the fans within a supporters group of Major League Soccer. It was a really simple question, with plenty of varied answers. What needs to be improved within Major League Soccer? The majority of these answers were valid points, and points that would help those in charge of […]

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NFL

Sam Darnold VS Josh Rosen: Who’s the Better pick?

The NFL Draft is almost upon us, and mock drafts are taking over websites and blogs. Regarding the quarterback class, there is a particular debate that has continued to heat up, and it involves who the true QB1 is in this 2018 draft class. There are discussions about Wyoming’s QB Josh Allen, Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield, […]

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NBA

Why Mike D’Antoni Just Might be Wrong

Six vs five vs three.  That is one of the biggest arguments used when talking about the Greatest of All Time, otherwise known as the GOAT. While the respective number of championships for Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, and LeBron James aren’t everything, considering all three have impeccable stats to back them up, the number of […]

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UFCWrestling

Has Rousey Proven WWE Doubters Wrong?

Since signing with the WWE in February, former UFC women’s Bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has experienced some heat from the WWE fan base, as well as from the wrestlers in the company who don’t seem to want her to succeed, but rather fail. Rousey, who was the first ever Bantamweight champion in the UFC, made […]

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