Carmelo Anthony Traded to Oklahoma City

  Melo Packs His Bags It has finally happened, Carmelo has waived his no trade clause to be traded to Oklahoma City. The New York Knicks have lost a great player, who is on the back end of his career. Getting traded to the Thunder, is great for Carmelo. He is the last piece to… Read more »

Republicans Unveil Tax Reform Framework

    Republican leaders unveiled their framework for tax reform yesterday. The GOP’s Big Six working group issued a nine-page proposal in the morning, followed by a speech by President Trump in Indiana. The proposals described broad principles but offered little detail, leaving legislative language to be drafted by the Senate Finance Committee and the… Read more »

Sacramento Going Green

  In the past 5 years, sports franchises have increased their focus on delivering environmentally sustainable venues to their communities.  How does a stadium or arena work to be environmentally sustainable? Ask the Sacramento Kings, whose initiative to massively reduce the environmental impact created by the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento allowed them to become… Read more »

NFC Preview

The battle for the NFC will be fierce, with many old and proven teams that have been around the block trying to hold the younger, hungrier teams at bay. In the NFC North, you have the Bears, Lions, Packers, and Vikings. The Bears organization is in disarray, paying Mike Glennon, a career backup, a 3 year 45 million dollar… Read more »

AFC Preview

        With NFL training camps opening today, and the season right around the corner, lets evaluate some teams that are being underestimated by the media, and that may take the league by storm, division by division. In the AFC North, you have the Bengals, Browns, Ravens and Steelers. The Browns improved in… Read more »

Best Home Run Derby Ever?

    With half of the baseball season done it’s time for the home run derby. With already more than 3200 home runs We are set to see one of the best derby all time. Also another factor that makes it so special is all of the new young players that have been taking the… Read more »

Advertisements on Jerseys: The End of the NBA’s charm?

If you are a fan of soccer, advertisements on player’s jerseys seem as mundane as a slide tackle or a referee handing out a yellow card. However, advertisements emblazoned across players’ chests was not a regular practice until the early 1970s. Looking for extra cash, German club Eintracht Braunschweig signed a marketing deal with the… Read more »