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 →
Brazil are hosting this summer's Copa América and are among the favorites to win. Likewise, so is Argentina who are led by Lionel Messi. However, there is one nation that is often overlooked when considering which team may win the tournament. Uruguay have won the most Copa América titles with 15, the last of which... Continue Reading →
The Raptors won Game 4 of the NBA Finals 105-92, bringing them one win from an NBA Championship.
Atlético Madrid, the team that has been challenging the duopoly that reigns in Spain, might be entering its decline. Players that have been crucial for Los Colchoneros success in recent years are now leaving the club. This leaves Atlético Madrid with a huge task at hand in replacing them and maintaining the immense strides they... Continue Reading →
Sriyash Kadiyala In March of 2018, Special Counsel Robert Mueller released his findings on the Russia Investigation. The findings of the investigation itself were somewhat expected, as evidenced from the course of indictments and guilty pleas which preceded the release of the Special Counsel’s report. For instance, in the 22 month investigation, there was never... Continue Reading →
The English Premier League has come and gone as Manchester City have been crowned champions. Liverpool fought until the last day, but are at least in the UEFA Champions League final. Chelsea finished third and are in the UEFA Europa League final. Tottenham Hotspur came in fourth and will play against Liverpool in the UCL... Continue Reading →
Are the Raptors satisfied? The world isn’t giving the Raptors much of a chance to dethrone the Golden State Warriors, First of their name, Kings of the NBA, Slayers of Lebron, Winners of 3 titles in 4 years, and Fathers of Dragons (I would assume). It seems like the Warriors are inevitable and that the... Continue Reading →
Minnesota’s Incredible Run, Yankees Keep Rolling, An Apology to the Cubs and More The running theme of this week is that baseball writers, including this columnist, get things wrong. One week, everyone will claim a team is doomed but, days later, that same club will look like the best team in the game. Or, on... Continue Reading →
The Toronto Raptors defeated the Milwaukee Bucks to advance to the NBA Finals.