Making History: It’s Time For America to Prove We Really Care about Female Athletes

Making History: It’s Time For America to Prove We Really Care about Female Athletes

When America faced Japan in the World Cup finals this weekend, it quickly became the highest rated soccer match in US history. More people watched that game than the NBA Finals or the Stanley Cup. Yet, on Monday, the whole country seemed to go back to pretending that they don’t care about women’s sports. Last month, Sport Illustrated writer […]

Aiming High: Mavericks had HUGE plans for Next Season

Aiming High: Mavericks had HUGE plans for Next Season

UPDATED 07/09/15: It was announced Yesterday that DeAndre Jordan would not sign with the Dallas Mavericks as planned, but was instead returning to the Los Angeles Clippers. In a heartbeat, Dallas fans watched as the future of their franchise slipped away. It sure seemed like the Mavericks management were making great decisions for the 2015-16 season. Owner Mark Cuban said that the team […]

Big Spending as NBA Free Agency Begins

Big Spending as NBA Free Agency Begins

NBA free agency officially began on Wednesday and several new contracts are already in place. Anthony Davis has signed a 5-year contract with the New Orleans Pelican that’s worth $145 million. Damian Lillard reached an agreement with the Portland Trailblazer on a five-year, $120 million contact. Kawhi Leonard signed a five-year contract with San Antonio […]

NASCAR should Ban the Confederate flag

NASCAR should Ban the Confederate flag

The recent tragedy in Charleston has reinvigorated debates regarding the confederate flag and it’s place in America. Currently, the Confederate flag is raised at the South Carolina statehouse; on July 18, the day after the shooting, the Ku Klux Klan rallied at the statehouse to protest it’s removal. Since then, there have been protests and more […]