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
Every NBA fan hopes their team is poised to make a deep NBA Playoff run and even hoist the Larry O’ Brien Championship Trophy; however, for most teams, that vision just simply isn’t realistic. Each NBA franchise is at a different point along the spectrum ranging from potential champion to perennial loser. The NBA draft … Continue reading The Sensational Six: A look at the 2019 NBA Draft
With a field of 68 teams, there are bound to be a wide variety of favorites selected as national champions. Beloved picks like Duke, North Carolina, Kentucky, Michigan State, and Gonzaga all fell short. Virginia, one of those favorites (4th most popular, taken by about 8.5% of fans as champions), was able to see their … Continue reading Examining the Virginia vs. Texas Tech Championship
Winning in March and April is no easy task; just ask elite coaches like Mike Krzyzewski and John Calipari who were eliminated this weekend. All the drills, practices, and hard work culminate in a 68-team field where the best in the country are pitted against each other. The cream has risen to the top, and … Continue reading Why Virginia Will Cut Down the Nets
I know some of the games have started, but here was my final version. As you can see, I took a chance on Belmont and failed; however, I did pick Murray State correct! Let’s see how close I will be!
March Madness is right around the corner and it brings with it an unforgettable month of excitement and heartbreak alike. Last year was no exception to the beautiful nature that is NCAA basketball; the first 16 seed took down a 1 seed, the 11 seed Loyola- Chicago Ramblers made a final four run, and many … Continue reading My Top 5 College Basketball Teams
Ja Morant may not be a Duke Blue Devil, but he deserves the respect and publicity of athletes like Zion Williamson and R.J. Barrett. Morant is a sophomore at Murray State and is dominating the college game. After averaging just 12.7 points per game his freshman year, Morant has … Continue reading Why you need to know the name Ja Morant