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  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 2 weeks ago
    The shooting in Charleston, South Carolina sent a shockwave through America.  An issue of this magnitude was too big for athletes to ignore, and many of them took to Twitter to talk about the shooting. Prayers for the family and friends of the love ones that loss those in the tragic event in charleston. #PrayersForCharleston— Cj Spiller (@CJSPILLER) June 18, 2015 ...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 2 weeks ago
    Most people would love to have a movie made about their life. Turns out Michael Oher is not one of those people. The Panthers left tackle said "The Blind Side" had a negative effect on his career. A movie made about Oher's earlier life overcoming various struggles and his growing relationship with the Tuohy's. "People look at me, and they take thigns...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 2 weeks ago
    Johnny Manziel is turning over a new leaf, and on that leaf there will be no more "money sign."  The Browns quarterback has gone on record to say that he will no longer be throwing up the trademark sign we've seen since his days at Texas A&M.   Johnny Manziel: "The money sign will not be back."— Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) June...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 2 weeks ago
    Steph Curry has been an NBA champion for less than 24 hours but this comeback game is on point. ESPN's Skip Bayless, as he's known to do, tweeted about the "easy" road Curry and the Warriors had on their way to the championship. Chef Curry replied with the perfect tweet. .@RealSkipBayless Love you too Skip!— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) June 17, 2015 1....
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 2 weeks ago
    There's something about a LeBron James loss that makes the internet rejoice. After the Warrios defeated the Cavaliers to win the NBA Championship in six games, the internet brought out its best memes for the occasion. @SirrBanks @BSO pic.twitter.com/Aqmv6rnNqZ— Bryce Wood (@woodymlb4) June 17, 2015 I'm done. pic.twitter.com/JiJErNpqNE— Jasmine Watkins (@...
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 months 2 weeks ago
    People seem to do anything and everything when their favorite sports team wins a championship. Since the Blackhawks Stanley Cup win in 2010, Coach Joel Quenneville’s first, fans have TP’ed the yard in front of his house. This year was no different, as diehard fans quickly raced to his house to cover it in toilet paper. They also did the same thing there in 2013, after his second...
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 months 2 weeks ago
    As veteran players near the end of their careers, it is always great to see the next generation of players competing against them, who will one day fill their void. Last night, hitting legend, Ichiro Suzuki, faced the newcomer, Masahiro Tanaka, for the first time. Both players hail from Japan, where the prior has essentially immortalized himself as a legend. Tanaka has all the skills to one day...
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 months 2 weeks ago
    The success of the Houston Astros has clearly not gone unnoticed, and now there are alleged hacking attacks made by front office members of their former division rivals, the St. Louis Cardinals. The breach of data seems to revolve around Astros general manager, Jeff Luhnow, who once worked in the scouting and player development department for the Cardinals. While in St. Louis, he helped create...
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 months 2 weeks ago
    Rainouts in baseball usually provide time for extra rest for the players. Except when you play in Chicago and the Blackhawks are one game away from winning the Stanley Cup. This scenario played out for the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians, so Cubs’ star first baseman Anthony Rizzo and Indians’ second baseman Jason Kipnis, who grew up in Chicago. As much as they may have...
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 months 3 weeks ago
    The pressure is definitely intense during the NBA Finals, and it has been wearing down key players on both teams. Steph Curry is the latest victim of the moment, suffering from dehydration last night following Golden State’s win. The victory puts them within one of their first NBA Championship since 1975. Curry put in an impressive showing last night, scoring 37 points in 42 minutes....

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