Cabinet Session: Artest’s Bomb Ticks

It will only end in tears. Sure, ESPN has wasted millions in airtime pontificating (as only they can) about the benefits of acquiring problem players. You’ve seen the highlights: Dennis Rodman kicking people around, Terrell Owens doing sit-ups in the driveway, Darryl Strawberry wiping white powder under his nose, Steve Howe returning to the Yankees after his thousandth drug suspension. […]

Top 9 Baseball Superstitions

The game of baseball has a long history of superstition. I’m sure you’ve heard of the curse of the Bambino, players refusing to shave, and pre-game routines. Pitchers are known to be the most superstitious of all baseball players. So much so, that non-pitchers think they’re all crazy. The curious thing about baseball superstition is that they can arise at […]

Memories of the wonderful world of Shell golf

Televised golf has had many great moments over the years, but in my opinion none better than that outstanding production, Shell’s The Wonderful World of Golf. The show didn’t invent the format, but it certainly raised the focus to a new standard of excellence. In the early days of television, All Star Golf was an attempt to bring the game […]

The best strategy browser games in 2018

In recent months, no new projects have been launched in the strategy browser game market, partly because many developers are focusing on the development of mobile versions of successful and well-known games. Fortunately, despite the lack of news, there are still fun titles and millions of active users, so today we are going to list some of the best free […]

Duke College’s Rich Basketball History

When the men’s basketball team, at Duke, began to compete, the first team was coached by Wilbur Wade Card in 1905. He left the team in 1912 after amassing a 30-7 record. During the following years the team had one coach after another. Most of them lasted only a year or two until Eddie Cameron came on board. He started […]

Leo Ferris: the man who saved the NBA

The early days of basketball often saw games slow and unfriendly to fans that often left viewers bored. Games often only went to 40 and many of the top players averaged less than 15 points per game. Many early basketball games resembled a glorified version of the childhood game of keep away more than an action-packed professional sport. This style […]

Lessons learned from my experience with softball

Sports. There is no way words can describe the impact sports had on my life. From the time I was able to walk, I was playing softball, soccer, tennis, you name it; never stopped which was fine. I never had a negative feeling towards gaming, until I got to my high school years. Growing up in my family playing sports […]

2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Schedule Released

The 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule has been released, and race fans across the country and around the world will be delighted to see some exciting new changes. Perhaps the most exciting news is that a new track will be added to the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule. Kentucky Speedway is a one and a half mile tri-oval […]