Why I am Buying Stock in Chip Kelly

November 30, 2015 0

 Kelly   By: Monte Perez Geoge Costanza of the hit TV Show Seinfeld, always wanted to pretend to be an architect. I always wanted to pretend to be a lawyer. I have entered the pretend […]

NBA Leftovers Anybody?

November 30, 2015 0

By: Rob Botts Yes, the Thanksgiving day feast is always a belt busting extravaganza. But, the next best thing are the left overs you slam down in the following days. As I have been letting […]

College Basketball Conference Rankings

November 30, 2015 0

  Credit: Getty Images   By: Jeffrey Newholm For my next college hoops piece, I’d like to rank all the conferences in the men’s game. And I do mean ALL the conferences—even the ones that […]

What D.C. Area Fans Should Be Thankful For

November 26, 2015 0

By: Patrick Waring Thanksgiving is a time to appreciate and think about the positive things you have in life. People all over are reflecting or spending time with loved ones. It’s a time to give […]

NBA Veterans Showing Different Adaptations to Age

November 25, 2015 0

By: Louis Prejean Entering the NBA as a promising, young rookie feels like centuries ago for some veterans players today. From Kevin Garnett to Kobe Bryant, veteran NBA players in today’s game must adjust their […]

My Dear John Letter to the New York Jets

November 24, 2015 0

By: Monte Perez Wikipedia describes Dear John Letters as follows: While the exact origins of the phrase are unknown, it is commonly believed to have been coined by Americans during World War II. Large numbers […]

Week 4 NBA Power Rankings

November 24, 2015 0

  By: Louis Prejean   Nearly one month into the NBA season and perhaps the most surprising aspect of the year is the play of the Eastern Conference. The East seems to have vastly improved […]

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