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Last year, 450 million people tuned into the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Champions League final between Manchester City, one of the top picks for title contenders, and Inter Milan, who had launched an unlikely bid for the ‘Big Ears.’ As we head into winter and group-stage matches come to a close, let’s look back at the first games of this year’s Champions League and talk about what’s next.
After a long and eventful off-season, the NBA season is finally back upon us! All 30 teams are starting with a blank record and we, as fans, have (mostly) grand delusions that “this will finally be our year!” That being said, I wanted to delve into one key question that every team will have to answer for them to reach the promised land. Two week ago, I wrote this article for the Western Conference. This time, we’re looking at the Eastern Conference.
As we approach the midway point of the 2023 NFL season, the contenders and pretenders have become much more clear. In the American Football Conference, the Miami Dolphins are a force to be reckoned with, earning the nickname “greatest show on turf” because of their dynamic, motion-driven offense.
After a long and eventful offseason, the NBA season is finally upon us! All 30 teams are starting off with a blank record, and we, as fans, have (mostly) grand delusions that “this will finally be our year!”. That being said, I wanted to delve into one key question that every team will have to answer in order for them to reach the promised land.
In light of Max Verstappen claiming his third consecutive World Driver’s Championship (WDC) in last weekend’s race at the Qatar Grand Prix, join us for a recap of the 2023 season. Though the Charging Bulls’ dominance may be the headline story, this year has brought us mid-season driver swaps, epidemic dehydration and even lizards on the race track.
When the Milwaukee Bucks were eliminated by the Miami Heat in last year’s playoffs, they became just the sixth No. 1 seed to be eliminated by an 8-seed in NBA playoff history.
On June 22, news broke that the Golden State Warriors had traded their supposed point guard of the future, Jordan Poole, to the Washington Wizards for the aging veteran, Chris Paul.
Over the past couple months, I’ve tried to become more process-oriented, as opposed to results-oriented. I contend that results are a symptom of a successful process and should be regarded as less important.
Football season is upon us! For all you diehard NFL followers, we survived the dog days of acting like anyone can win the World Series (it’s the Braves — it’s always been the Braves), lying to ourselves that we didn’t already know Anthony Edwards was good (like we needed to see him score 35 against Lithuania to know) and engaging obnoxious Premier League fans by sympathizing with their poor allocation of resources (of course they shouldn’t have signed Kai Havertz for 60 million!).
Last weekend commenced what should be a very exciting two months of NBA playoffs. From sunup to sundown on Saturday and Sunday, the league’s 16 best teams all started a grueling seven-game series against each other, with hopes of hoisting the Larry O’Brien Trophy in June. Here are some of the biggest takeaways from week one of the NBA playoffs:
This past week, Odell Beckham Jr. (OBJ), superstar wide receiver and former rival of the Baltimore Ravens, has found his way to a one-year deal in Charm City.
With just under a week remaining in the regular season, the time has come to make selections for the league’s most prestigious awards. Last year, I gave my opinion on those who were the most deserving candidates for each award, noting that it was one of the toughest decisions I’ve ever had to make.
The Lamar Jackson contract discussion has recently stooped down to the level of gossip at the high school lunch table. It’s never a pretty sight when your franchise quarterback is put on an exclusive tag — which the Baltimore Ravens enacted on March 7 — but it’s an even worse look when your franchise quarterback has to get on Twitter to dispel falsely reported contract numbers.
As we get closer to NFL free agency, many teams made big moves before the March 15 deadline. The San Francisco 49ers are no exception. Having lost many valuable players like offensive lineman Daniel Brunskill (or the Aaron Donald equalizer) and linebacker Azeez Al-Shaair to the Tennessee Titans, cornerback Emmanuel Moseley to the Detroit Lions and offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey to the Denver Broncos, the front office has a lot of pressure to replace these lost pieces.
Most of the world was asleep at 1:30 a.m EST on Feb. 9. Little did they know that one of the biggest superstars in NBA history was about to be traded. In the early hours of the morning, the Brooklyn Nets traded forward Kevin Durant to the Phoenix Suns.
The nicest house on the block is on the market. It’s the perfect addition, with everything from granite countertops to a backyard pool. There’s no denying its appeal, but it sits on the market for over two years as the family patiently waits for someone to hit its lofty price. This trade deadline, the family finally got an offer they accepted. After over two years of trade rumors and a reported asking price of somewhere between two and three first-round picks or assets, the Arizona Coyotes have finally traded Jakob Chychrun.
In late January, the Milwaukee Bucks were sitting at fourth place in the Eastern Conference and were only one game ahead of the Cleveland Cavaliers, the fifth seed in the conference. A team like Milwaukee is used to finishing first or second in the conference and being legitimate championship contenders every year, so many were questioning whether the writing was on the wall for the Bucks this season.
On Feb. 24, the Los Angeles Rams released star linebacker Bobby Wagner, and many NFL insiders have reported that all-pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey will soon be traded. The cause of these moves is not public info — it is plausible both players were looking for another change after the Rams’ 5–12 season, a stark contrast with their Super Bowl run just one season before. Most likely, however, both of these moves are tied to the Rams’ cap space.
The National Basketball Association (NBA) is just a business.