One question each NBA team answered on Draft Night and one question they still face heading into Free Agency – Part 4: Teams drafting #22-30

Photo: Julio Cortez (AP) Thursday night’s draft signaled the beginning of a new NBA season. It’s a promising time because your top prospect has yet to be labeled a bust and your team still has dreams of hitting it big in free agency. Some things were clarified during the draft, but plenty of uncertainty remains.... Continue Reading →

MLB State of the Game Part 3

Tanking and the Possibility (or Probability) of a Strike Whether it’s the NFL, MLB, or  NBA, tanking permeates professional sports. Other leagues, especially the NBA, have taken steps to dissuade teams from losing on purpose. Under commissioner Adam Silver, tanking is becoming less prevalent in professional basketball because the league reshaped its draft lottery rules.... Continue Reading →

How do Chelsea Respond to their Transfer Ban?

Chelsea have been hit with a transfer ban from FIFA after alleged illegal transfer of youth players. In the recent past, many clubs have had to deal with similar sanctions. The list includes Atlético Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid, and others. Considering Eden Hazard's comments after the Blues' Europa League win, there was reason to be concerned... Continue Reading →

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