I made my bracket. Have you?
LeBron James and Kevin Durant will be selecting their teams tonight for the 2021 NBA All-star Game.
Fans of the 6-foot-10-inch point guard will tell you how his versatility makes him an elite talent in the NBA, while others will argue that his inability to be an elite scorer and a top-notch 3-point shooter makes him a good – not great – player.
This podcast highlights the positives and negatives of this trade for both the Colts and the Eagles. I examine all the potential outcomes of the trade, and I stick to the facts, eliminating as much bias as possible.
The NBA is loaded with superstars this season, and there are over 10 athletes that could take home one of the league’s highest honors- the MVP Award. However, there is only one clear-cut pick for MVP this season.
The Gonzaga Bulldogs will undoubtedly be one of the most popular picks to win March Madness this year. Gonzaga University boasts a basketball team that has been to the “Big Dance” for 21-straight years. A 22nd trip seems to be all but a guarantee after an 18-0 start to this season. While the Bulldogs from Spokane, Washington, seem like an enticing pick to win it all this year, you need to avoid picking them to be your champion.
Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9. Click here to listen to my recap of the game and the key reasons why the G.O.A.T. won yet another ring.
Here are some of the prop bets that I wanted to explore this year. This template comes from Sports Interaction. Let me know what you think!
Click here to listen to which team I think will win the Super Bowl.
The NBA has traditionally been dominated by giants. Looking back at some of the NBA’s greatest athletes – Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Shaquille O’Neal, Dirk Nowitzki, etc. – one can see a common trait amongst all these stars – height.