Rapid Fire MLB Predictions- May 8th

May 8, 2016

I’m coming off another profitable day at the office, yet I’m hoping my best bets can turn around. Home Team in Italics  and Best Bets indicated with ** Last Night:  9-7 (+165 if betting $100 on every game) Overall Record: 41-27 (+1,430) Best Bets: 6-6 (-80)   Los Angeles (+155) over Toronto In terms of run differential, these teams are even, so I think it’s a no-brainer to take the Dodgers at…


Firing Dave Joerger is a Horrible Decision by the Memphis Grizzlies

May 7, 2016

The Indiana Pacers decision to let Frank Vogel walk may have been questionable, but when I first heard of the Memphis Grizzlies choice to fire head coach Dave Joerger, I thought it was deplorable. However, apparently Joerger was trying to work his way out of Memphis, which makes it understandable for Memphis’s front office to be ticked off. With that said, this development will set the Grizzlies franchise back and…


Las Vegas and Six Other Cities a New Sports Team Should Be

May 6, 2016

Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis has been in the news recently because he is seriously considering moving the Raiders to Las Vegas. I’ve heard the NFL is not to keen on this idea, but I like it for a few reasons. One, I was in the Bay Area earlier this year for a Warriors game and I could not help but notice what a dump the O.co Coliseum is. No wonder…


Should These 4 MLB Teams Be Concerned After Slow-Starts?

May 5, 2016

It may be early in the 2016 Major League Baseball season, but consider this: all six division leaders on May 5th of last year made the playoffs. So though it’s not absolutely vital to start the season off strong, it sure does help. On the other hand, there are a few teams off to surprisingly slow starts. After leading baseball in run differential last year, the Toronto Blue Jays are…


Ranking the Thirteen Most-Cursed Franchises in Sports

May 3, 2016

As the Portland Trailblazers battle the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Semifinals, the Los Angeles Clippers and their fans must be miserable. Injuries to their two star players–Chris Paul and Blake Griffin–not only derailed their chances of beating the Blazers, but an opportunity to knock off the Stephen Curry-less Warriors as well. To say that nothing goes right for the Clippers is an understatement. Even after climbing out…