CLEVELAND, OH – After the Cleveland Cavaliers fell once again to the Golden State Warriors, leaving them in a 3-0 hole, the team has been forced to look anywhere they can for a win. If one thing is for certain, no answer resides within the sidelines of The Q or Oracle Area. Rather, the best place they’ve found to win is on the social media … Continue reading JR Smith Turns To Twitter In Attempt To Lift Cavs Passed The Warriors
FOXBOROUGH, MA – In recent weeks the defending AFC champs, the new England Patriots, have come under fire from players around the league for their team environment. 49ers D-End Cassius Marsh, Eagles Tackle Lane Johnson, along with teammate Brandon Brooks have all taken their shots. Well, Robert Kraft has heard these accusations loud and clear and has quickly taken action. After speaking with recently appointed … Continue reading The New England Patriots Canceled Afternoon Practice So The Coaching Staff Can Attend Sensitivity Training
A story isn’t dead if you bring it back to life. In case you aren’t aware, The College Of Holy Cross (NOT Holy Cross College (that’s in Indiana)) announced three months ago that they are removing their mascot, a knight, to distance themselves from the problematic history of the crusades while simultaneously maintaining their nickname, the Crusaders. As you’d imagine, this has sparked outrage from … Continue reading After Months Of Thinking About It, I’ve Finally Figured Out How To Fix The Holy Cross Mascot Issue. Zay Jones.
This morning my friend texted me saying that the last 72 hours have proven to him that the NBA is the king of American sports. I’m sure your friends have done the same. I’m not projecting anything on anyone here. On the off chance that I am doing that, just take five minutes out of your day (if you’re a slow reader) and read the … Continue reading The NBA Is Not King No Matter What Your Friends Tell You
ESPN has been a really horrible presence in my life for a while now. It’s no secret that if there’s one thing everyone wants from the worldwide leader in sports, its the return of endless highlights. It’s about as close as we millennials come to our parents in terms of reflecting on “the good ole days.” While I could write all day on that topic, … Continue reading ESPN Thinks We’re Idiots
LAS VEGAS, NV – Before the Washington Capitals took the ice for Game 7 in Tampa Bay last week, they turned to their captain, Alexander Ovechkin, for some words of encouragement. He stood in the center of the visitors locker room and explained he was so confident in his teammates, and so motivated to win this game, that he could walk across the country for … Continue reading Alexander Ovechkin Walks To Vegas For Game 1 After Premature Promise To Team
TAMPA BAY, FL – It’s not often that an NFL team releases an official statement at the start of the offseason that they are keeping their coach. Yet, that’s exactly what the Tampa Bay Buccaneers did last January after their season ended with a disappointing 5-11 record. The move ensures the starting quarterback role will be held, once again, by former number 1 pick, Jameis … Continue reading Hot Seat? Not One Buccaneer Attended Jameis Winton’s and Dirk Cotter’s Cover Band Show