Winners and Losers of the NBA Offseason

When the final buzzer sounded and the Toronto Raptors defeated the Golden State Warriors, every NBA franchise immediately went to work. All 30 teams were about to endure a crazy offseason with both Zion Williamson poised to enter the league and a plethora of big-name free agents being available to suitors. Both NBA free agency … Continue reading Winners and Losers of the NBA Offseason

Analyzing the USWNT’s 2019 World Cup Run

The World Cup is a worldwide event. It pins the most athletic, cunning and powerful teams across the globe against each other to determine international dominance. A field of 24 teams is slowly whittled down to just two final championship contenders, with only one emerging victorious. The United States Women’s National Team always draws major … Continue reading Analyzing the USWNT’s 2019 World Cup Run

How Kawhi Leonard Has Won NBA Free Agency Even without Signing yet

Kawhi Leonard- like Damian Lillard, C.J. McCollum and Steph Curry- is another reminder of the major impact a basketball star can make despite playing for a smaller university. Leonard enjoyed success at San Diego State where he averaged 14.1 points, 10.2 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game in two collegian seasons. He was selected by … Continue reading How Kawhi Leonard Has Won NBA Free Agency Even without Signing yet

Butterflies and Officiating in Professional Sports

In life, answers and concrete evidence are critical for any successful venture. For example, the CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, has multiple reports and findings to sift through before determining the best plan of action for the prominent company. He examines profits, losses, technological ideas, advancements and hundreds of graphs and tables before finally levying … Continue reading Butterflies and Officiating in Professional Sports