Dallas Cowboys v Arizona Cardinals

When the NFL schedule comes out in April, there are always plenty of marquee match ups that pop out. The first one is the Thursday night opener in which the  defending Super Bowl champs are either playing one of their rivals, or whoever they beat in their conference championship game.
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The NBA season starts tomorrow so it’s only right that I come out with the incomprehensive 2015 NBA Preview. This has be one of the best NBA off-seasons in years and the landscape has changed more drastically than Renee Zellweger’s (too soon?). How do I think the NBA season will shake out during the season? Let’s take a look. Read the rest of this entry »

Photo courtesy of Zimbio.com

Photo courtesy of Zimbio.com

Tonight the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins square off on Monday Night Football. If you are a fan of the Cowboys, or just in the NFL in general, you know that “prime time” games haven’t seemed to treat them very well over the years.
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Dale Jr. celebrates after 1st Martinsville win (courtesy: Daily Press)

Dale Jr. celebrates after 1st Martinsville win (courtesy: Daily Press)

Dale Earnhardt Jr. may be eliminated from championship contention, but he proved his season wasn’t finished by winning the Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500 today.
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courtesy: CBS Sports

courtesy: CBS Sports

Rejoice basketball fans, the NBA season is just 5 days and roughly eight hours away. The NFL and college football have been holding us over until tip off, but the first regular season games feels like it’s right around the corner.

By now, most teams’ rosters are filled and we have a decent picture of what they’ll look like, but it’s never to early for some bold predictions, right? That’s what preseason is for – hopeless NBA dreaming to get us through the final weeks of the offseason.

I put on my thinking cap and came up with five scenarios that could happen in the 2014-2015 season that not many other people see happening. With that, here are my 5 bold predictions for the 2014-2015 NBA season, and these ones are focusing on teams. My bold predictions for individual players will come out later this week.

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Photo courtesy of upsidemotor.com

Photo courtesy of upsidemotor.com

This afternoon at an NBA Board of Governor’s meeting, not enough votes were in favor of a reform to the current draft lottery process. Even though the final vote was in favor of the new lottery system, 17-13, according to Grantland’s Zach Lowe, 23 votes were needed for the change to take place.
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Antonio Brown TD PAssPittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown not only can catch the ball, but he can throw it as well. With the Steelers on the 3 yeard line, Brown came across the formation in motion and took a handoff. Just after taking the handoff, he reversed field and threw a strike to Lance Moore. Check out the TD Pass.
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lawrencetimmons

 

 

The Pittsburgh Steelers are playing the Houston Texans on Monday Night Football tonight.  Lawrence Timmons is giving his all, and then some.  Check out this Vine of Timmons puking all over the field and tapping out for a play (he came right back in the game): Read the rest of this entry »

What it feels like to be a New York Mets fan

What it feels like to be a New York Mets fan

The New York Mets and The Walking Dead are synonymous is so many ways. The jokes could go on and on for days, but that’s not what this post is about.

It’s no secret that The Walking Dead is TSB’s favorite TV show. Hook and I have done numerous recaps, “Dead Yourself” articles, and talked about it on TSB Radio. But now that the Mets season is over and some of us still have the team on our mind, I got thinking. Who are the Mets counterparts on The Walking Dead?
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NBA2K15PS4

 

I enjoyed NBA2K14 at first.  So much so that I wrote a couple of articles about it on this site trying to help others get as much free VC as possible, and succeed in MyTEAM Domination Mode.  But after playing NBA2K14 for months on end, I grew tired of it.  The MyNBA2K14 mobile app became a huge distraction in my life.  Online play was just an exploitation of glitches (I routinely made at least 1 of the opponents players foul out by halftime by taking charges).  And don’t get me started on the fluctuating prices of team packs in MyTEAM mode, and the couple hundred thousand VC I spent on Miami Heat packs only to get about 9 Chris Andersen cards and ZERO LeBron, Wade, or Bosh cards.

About 3 weeks ago, I swore off NBA2K14.  Sold it on eBay for like $16, happy to get anything out of it at all.  I had no plans to buy NBA2K15 at all, but then this happened: Read the rest of this entry »