Congressman Pallone Making A Federal Case for Legalized Sports Betting

Congressman Pallone Making A Federal Case for Legalized Sports Betting

New Jersey Governor and Republican presidential hopeful Chris Christie has been battling for expanded gambling rights in the Garden State for a long time, but now he’s starting to receive support from across the aisle. Congressman Frank Pallone (D-NJ) has begun aggressively pushing for legalized gambling in New Jersey and more. Pallone began his quest by calling into question the […]

NBA Offseason: Under the Radar

NBA Offseason: Under the Radar

In most sports, including basketball, there’s a lot of press about the big signings and the large contracts. People are always interested in all stars and record-breaking games, but in reality that’s a very small part of the action that comprises an NBA season. While the dunks make the highlight reel, the screen often creates […]

The New Hooligans: Confronting Violence in the NFL

The New Hooligans: Confronting Violence in the NFL

Recently, a graphic video surfaced of several San Francisco 49ers supporters vicious beating a Vikings fan in the parking lot after a game. The story broke earlier today (and more details are available on Death and Taxes).  Brandon Casio, the bystander who filmed the attack, gave additional background information in a post he published on Facebook: “The Viking fan […]

RIP Moses Malone, The Chairman of the Boards

RIP Moses Malone, The Chairman of the Boards

Early Sunday morning, basketball superstar Moses Malone passed away at the age of 60. Malone had a long and storied career. He was the first professional basketball player to come directly from High School. He spent his first two seasons in the ABA before they merged with the NBA in 1976, where he continued playing until his retirement in 1995. While Malone played for nine […]

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