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Cleveland Cavaliers Power Forward Kevin Love opened up about a panic attack that he suffered last year during a basketball game. Mental health is coming into its own as a major social and political issue but it has not been discussed at all in the context of sports. We all go through things in our… Read More Kevin Love Opens Up About The Importance of Mental Health
Those who know President Donald Trump best, and those who have followed the real estate billionaire closely since his rise to fame in the late 1970’s, will almost unanimously tell you the same thing: he is notoriously famous for keeping long-standing grudges. It’s fitting that the symbol of the Republican party, under whom Trump ran for President of the United States in 2016, is an elephant; there’s a familiar adage that “elephants never forget,” and that unquestionably applies to Trump in situations where he feels he has been slighted.… Read More The Definitive History of Donald Trump vs. The NFL
The 2018 Winter Olympic Games are over. Here are a couple of our favorite Team U.S. highlights from the games: Snowboarding: The U.S. dominated the slopes! Redmond Gerard and Chloe Kim (the rookies) as well as Jamie Anderson and Shaun White (the veterans) all picked up gold medals in snowboarding. Men’s Curling: After a rough… Read More 2018 Olympic Games Wrap-Up
Mark Cuban, the outspoken owner of the Dallas Mavericks and a judge on Shark Tank, was recently fined a cool $600,000 for some public comments that he made on tanking. If you’re unfamiliar with with every detail of sports (which we try to assume around here), you might think tanking is related to Mr. Cuban’s… Read More Fine? Fine.
If you don’t know who Joel Embiid is yet, you definitely should. A star in the making from Cameroon, the charismatic big man for the Philadelphia 76ers has taken NBA world by storm. He’s 7’1 so of course he can dunk on just about anyone. But he can also pass, shoot threes and run the… Read More Trust The Process
The United States Winter Olympics Team has seen better days. In fact, they have not seen an Olympics this poor from a medal count perspective since 1998. Will the U.S. be able to step up their game? Will they be able to keep their lead over the Olympic Athletes from Russia? Wait, the Olympic Athletes… Read More Winter Olympics 2018, Pyeongchang, South Korea