Author: Elsio Rosario

Top 5: Why LeBron James is the Greatest of All-Time

There never has been a more polarizing figure in NBA and possibly the history of sports than LeBron James.  In most cases, he’s one of two things: your favorite or your favorite to hate. Some feel as though he is the greatest to play, and some say he isn’t, simply because he’ll never surpass certain

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Dynasty Series: 1942-46 St. Louis Cardinals

When you think of the dynasties in the history of baseball, your mind immediatly jumps to the Yankees’ Murderer’s Row (Gehrig, Lazzeri, Ruth, Hoyt) or the Yankees’ Core Four dynasty of the 1990s (Pettitte, Jeter, Posada, Rivera, O’Neil, Williams). There is a short list of dynasties in any sport, and on every one of those

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Dynasty Series: The ’80s 49ers

When you look at the San Francisco 49ers, and how their most relevant story was Kaepernick’s kneeling, the last word you’d think is dynasty, however, this wasn’t always the case. San Francisco has an immensely rich history; tied with The Dallas Cowboys for 2nd on the All-Time Super Bowl win list, 4 of which came

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Dynasty Series: The Steel Curtain

The city of Pittsburgh has one of the richest franchises in NFL history, however, it took them a long time to get it started. First achieving greatness in the ’70s, they had one of the greatest D-Lines of all-time. With multiple Hall of Famers on the defense, it was nicknamed “The Steel Curtain”, captained by

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Spurs Take One Seed, Warriors Falling

Entering the 2017 NBA season, the Warriors had made 2-straight NBA Finals appearances and landed Kevin Durant in the offseason, making them once again the team to beat. The Spurs, also a perennial playoff team, was looking to prove the doubters wrong and that they could, in fact, do it without future Hall of Famer

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Jimmy Garoppolo; What’s the Price?

The New England Patriots’ young backup Jimmy Garoppolo is probably the hottest trade piece in the NFL right now, unless you consider Tony Romo a hotter piece. Garappolo showed a great amount of skill in almost 3/4 of the opening games, while Tom Brady was suspended, for the Pats before he was injured.  Garoppolo has a

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