Early Season NBA Award Predictions

The picks from this article were chosen on November 1st, about a week and a half into the 2019-2020 season. Stats from this article are accurate as of November 3rd. The NBA season is in full swing and with that comes everyone’s early predictions for the league's yearlong awards. After Zion underwent surgery to start... Continue Reading →

Player Awards for the First Month of the NBA Season

First-month MVP: Giannis Antetekounmpo James Harden is averaging an astronomical 36.5 points on an even-more-astronomical usage rate (41%) for the 5-3 Rockets, but it’s Antetekounmpo sporting the NBA’s best player efficiency (33.9) rating across his absurd 29.1 PPG/14.1 RPG/7.2 APG stat line. The Bucks are 6-3 and should be able to cruise to a top-two... Continue Reading →

Analyzing the 2019 Heisman Race

Heading into Week 10 of the college football season, three quarterbacks have separated themselves from the pack in vying for the 2019 Heisman Trophy, and the second half of the season is shaping up to be one of the most memorable in the award’s recent history. Oklahoma’s Jalen Hurts was the leader in the clubhouse... Continue Reading →

Weekly Recap: US Withdrawal from Syria

US forces ordered to protect Syrian oil fields U.S. forces have been ordered to prepare to provide security for oil fields in eastern Syria to prevent them from falling into the hands of the Islamic State militant group, a defense official told NBC News Why it matters: President Trump has been adamant about getting the... Continue Reading →

Weekly Recap: “The Warning” Promises to Reveal Dysfunction Inside Trump Administration

Anonymous senior Trump administration official to release a book on Nov. 19 which will reveal private Trump conversations A tell-all book titled “The Warning” is expected to recount specific conversations from meetings between President Trump and the author, one of Trump’s senior administration officials. The anonymous author claims to have access to extensive, internal information... Continue Reading →

The 2019 MLB Season Review

This past MLB season brought us a lot of competitive baseball, while keeping us entertained with the countless number of home runs. Four teams won over 100 ball games, while other teams surged late in the season to reach the playoffs. The Nationals were just the 9th team in history to sit under .500 by... Continue Reading →

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