Entering his second season at the helm of Michigan’s football program, expectations were sky high for Jim Harbaugh and his Wolverines. After all, Harbaugh took a team that had won … Continue Reading The Case for Michigan to be in the College Football Playoff
The Cleveland Cavaliers are NBA champions. In an all-time great series with all-time legacy fallout on both sides, the Cavaliers came back from a 3-1 deficit against the 73-win Golden State … Continue Reading Tristan Thompson, the Prototypical Center of the Future NBA
This article is a part of the Take Notice Column. This column serves to bring the attention of the reader to a new, unique, and / or radical point of … Continue Reading Take Notice: LeBron is Still More Valuable than Steph
“2.5 on the clock… Dellavedova for the win… GAELS WIN IT!!” In a January conference game against BYU, Matthew Dellavedova drilled a buzzer beater from half court to beat the … Continue Reading Matthew Dellavedova: From Unkown to Folk Hero to Legitimate NBA Player
The following is a sample from an article that will be written nine years from now – probably: May 29th, 2025 – After their 103-97 win over the Phoenix Suns … Continue Reading 2025: Timberwolves Reach 3rd Straight NBA Finals
Breaking news: the Golden State Warriors are good at basketball.
On Christmas Day, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers, 89-83, in a highly anticipated NBA Finals rematch. Other than the game itself, the biggest headline to come from … Continue Reading Mark Jackson’s Comments on Steph Curry are Right on the Money
Consider the following statistics for three players. Player A: 9.9 PPG, 3.2 RPG, 1.8 APG, 1.1 SPG, 0.3 BPG, 48% effective FG%* Player B: 13.5 PPG, 8.2 RPG, 1.0 APG, … Continue Reading Take Notice: Jabari Parker Is Not A Bust
Despite their long, storied history that is filled with winning seasons and championships, the Los Angeles Lakers are not a good basketball team right now. Kobe Bryant, their top gun … Continue Reading The Lakers’ Mishandling Of Rookie D’Angelo Russell
The 2015 NBA offseason was a rather wild one, including major free agent moves, most notably LaMarcus Aldridge’s departure from Portland to sign with the San Antonio Spurs, and trades, … Continue Reading Sorting Out the Top of the NBA’s Western Conference
On November 22nd, 2014, the Maryland Terrapins strolled into Ann Arbor to take on the struggling Michigan Wolverines. Maryland’s record stood at 6-4, while Michigan’s was just 5-5. The Wolverines … Continue Reading The Resurgence of Michigan Football
The Drive. The Fumble. The Shot. The Decision. These are all easily identifiable to the average sports fan as tragic events that occurred to Cleveland sports’ franchises. It is well-documented … Continue Reading Cleveland’s Hope to Reverse the Curse
Daniel Zimmermann’s: Most Valuable Playoff Performer: LeBron James LeBron James has been his normal, ridiculous playoff self this postseason. In the conference semifinals, he averaged an insane 26.2 PPG, 11.0 … Continue Reading NBA Playoffs: MVP, Biggest Disappointments & Surprises, & Conference Finals Predictions
Thus far, the second round of the NBA Playoffs has been incredible after a generally lackluster Round 1 (save for the Clippers-Spurs series, one for the ages). This breath of … Continue Reading NBA Playoffs Second Round: How Will The Rest Of The Series Play Out?
Welcome to the second round of the bracket for the best player under 25 to build an NBA team around! In round 1, some familiar names such as Anthony Davis, … Continue Reading Who is the Best Player Under 25 to Build your NBA Team Around?
In today’s NBA, fans are obsessed with the future. Even when teams are built to win right now, fans always want their General Manager to keep the farm loaded and … Continue Reading Who is the Best NBA Player Under 25 to Build Your Team Around? | Round 1 Part 2