• The Sunday Recap: 15 Rapid-Fire Observations from Week Eleven
  • NFL Week 11 Picks: Will Wentz and Eagles Crush Dallas’ Playoff Hopes?
  • Mando and Fronte Set Their Draftkings Lineups for Week 11
  • NBA Bets (11/15): Trust the Process Meets Big Baller Brand
  • Kyrie Irving Was The Right Guy To Lead The Celtics

MLB Draft: Comparing top college bats

The first two rounds of the 2016 MLB Draft took place last night. While it certainly doesn’t get as much hype as drafts in other sports, the MLB draft is no less important. Christoper Long, sabermetrics analyst for the Detroit Tigers, offers that, “Analytically, the draft is the hardest part of baseball. But it’s far and away the most important.” The MLB draft is tough in terms of an evaluation…

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The Not So Complicated Satellite Camp Debate

If you’ve been paying any attention to college football the past few months then you have most certainly heard about the never-ending debate over whether satellite camps will be allowed or not. Before I break down the argument for and against them, let me tell you what they are. Satellite camps are camps held in certain regions of the country (particularly the south) where a large group of high school…

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Cavs Trounce Warriors: What’s Love Got to Do With It?

After two dismal showings in Golden State, the Cleveland Cavaliers bounced back in Game 3 with a resounding win. I can’t say I was really surprised by this outcome even though I did think the Warriors were going to win Game 3 because I was very hesitant about that prediction. Yet if you told me the Cavaliers would win by thirty points, I would’ve said you’re dreaming. You could tell it was…

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The All-NHL Team

With the Stanley Cup Finals all but decided already, there really is not too much left to discuss. The Penguins have a commanding 3-1 series lead and have dominated the Sharks for most of the series. Were you wondering the last time a team came back from being down 3-1 in the Stanley Cup Finals? It was 1942. While it would be incredibly exciting to watch the Sharks come back,…

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Penguins Ready to Close Out at Home

Ticket prices for Thursday’s Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals in Pittsburgh are skyrocketing. There’s a simple reason why: the Penguins have an opportunity to win the Stanley Cup at home for the first time in franchise history. Not only that, but the Penguins can be the first Pittsburgh team to win a championship at home since Bill Mazeroski’s walk-off grand slam lifted the Pirates over the Yankees in Game…

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