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Month: October 2015

Oct 29
2015

15 for 15: Predictions for the NBA Season

It is here, folks. It is back. The NBA season has officially begun. What a time to be alive.  Here are some predictions for the upcoming season. East will be better than last year, but not great. It is no secret that the East has generally been a worse conference than the West for a […]

Oct 29
2015

The State of Diversity Amongst MLB Managers

     by  Keith Allison  ESPN’s Outside the Lines reports that for the upcoming 2016 MLB season, there is the possibility that there will not be any African American managers. The Washington Nationals are said to be in pursuit of a manager and their list has boiled down to two candidates: veteran skippers Bud Black and […]

Oct 25
2015

RIP Flip Saunders

       by  truthaboutit  NBA Head Coach of the Minnesota Timberwolves and part owner Phil “Flip” Saunders has died from complication of Hodgkin lymphoma.  The Minnesota Timberwolves Team issued a statement, on their official website.  “It is with extreme sadness that the Minnesota Timberwolves today learned that Phil “Flip” Saunders, who served as the team’s President of […]

Oct 22
2015

Pitino’s Job on the Line Amid Sexual Party Allegations from Former Recruits and Escort

 by adamglanzmanphotography   Parties at just about any university in the country are most likely going to involve alcoholic beverages and sex. Shocking, right? But what happens when those parties involve escorts and strippers and are organized by an assistant coach under college basketball Hall of Fame head coach Rick Pitino? The only one who […]

Oct 16
2015

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Oct 16
2015

OCTOBER 16–THIS DAY IN SPORTS

The year was 1987,  Mike Tyson scored a Technical KO of Tyrell Biggs in the 7th round for their fight at Convention Hall in Atlantic City to retain the heavyweight boxing title       Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn

Oct 15
2015

2015 WNBA Reigning Champions are Minnesota Lynx!

  Your 2015 #WNBA Champions, the @minnesotalynx! #WNBAFinals https://t.co/AqEPvdcK9B — WNBA (@WNBA) October 15, 2015   Congratulations are in order to the new 2015 reigning champions Minnesota Lynx, after defeating the Indiana Fever 69-52 in Game 5 on Wednesday night.  The @minnesotalynx are the 2015 WNBA champions! pic.twitter.com/DRshk5BAF4 — WNBA (@WNBA) October 15, 2015 Facebook […]

Oct 15
2015

Former Laker Lamar Odom Placed on Life Support in Struggling Battle for Survival

     by  bridgetds  Former NBA Sixth Man of the Year and two-time NBA champion Lamar Odom has been placed on life support after being found unconscious and face-down in his room at a brothel in Nevada on Tuesday. Odom was “throwing up all kinds of stuff” said Dennis Hof, owner of the Love Ranch brothel, […]

Oct 09
2015

October 9th Sports History

     by  Keith Allison  This day in Sports History On this day in 1974, Frank Robinson was hired to manage the Cleveland Indians, making him the first black manager in Major League Baseball history! Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn

Oct 09
2015

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