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Steve Nash – “It Will Never Be The Same Again”

Steve Nash - Is This His Last Season

Steve Nash has seen it all in his nearly 20 years in the NBA. However, he is currently going through the toughest stretch of his Hall of Fame career. Nash has to ask himself the hardest, and most personal, question any athlete has to face…. can I go on. Can I still perform at the… Read more »

Winter Olympics 2014: First Ever Tie In Alpine Skiing At Sochi

Winter Olympics first ever tie in Alpine skiing

For the first time in the 78-years history of the Winter Olympics a tie for gold has been awarded in women’s Alpine skiing. Tina Maze of Slovenia and Dominique Gisin of Switzerland completed the run of the challenging Rosa Khutor course 1 minute, 41.57 seconds on Wednesday to share an Olympic gold medal in women’s… Read more »

Watch India Vs. New Zealand Cricket Live Online, Second Test Day 1

Watch India Vs. New Zealand Cricket Live Online, Second Test Day 1

Fans can watch India vs. New Zealand cricket as the teams start the second Test from Wellington. New Zealand enters the match with a chance to win four consecutive Test series, something they’ve only done once in their history — and that time included two wins over lowly Zimbabwe in 2005. This time the feat… Read more »

United States Sweeps Slopestyle Skiing Podium At Sochi


The United States, led by Joss Christensen, had an impressive sweep in the slopestyle skiing event at the Sochi Winter Games on Thursday, which puts them in second place in the medal standings with 12 overall. In what has been a couple of disappointing days for the Americans, which saw some of the biggest names… Read more »

Derek Jeter To Retire After 2014 Season

derek jeter

Derek Jeter, 39, has decided to call it quits after one last season with the New York Yankees. Jeter has played his entire career with the Yanks, and will retire as one of the all-time greats in the game. The Yankees franchise boasts some of the most memorable names in baseball history… Ruth, Mantle, Gehrig,… Read more »

Dallas Cowboys: Demarcus Ware Surgery Puts His Future In Question

demarcus ware elbow surgery future in question

The Dallas Cowboys have an important decision coming for the defensive face of their team, Demarcus Ware. The 31 year-old veteran has been an unstoppable force since he was drafted in 2005. But as his health begins to fade and production begins to drop, his future with the team is being called into question. Demarcus… Read more »

LeBron James Continues To Struggle From Long Distance

LeBron James Three Point Shooting

LeBron James struggled from three-point range this past Saturday night in Salt Lake City. In a 94-89 loss to the Jazz, the Miami Heat superstar missed on five of his six attempts from beyond the arc and scored a season-low 13 points. This performance continues a disturbing trend for James, who is now shooting a… Read more »

Erin Hamlin First American to Win Olympic Medal for Singles Luge

erin hamlin wins medal singles luge

Erin Hamlin is the first American to win an Olympic Medal for singles luge, a sport that is traditionally dominated by Germany. For the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Natalie Geisenberger (Germany) is taking home the gold medal along with a new record posting the largest winning margin in any luge event since the 1964… Read more »

Shaun White Fails To Medal At Sochi Halfpipe Final [Photos]

shaun white loses

After the much talked about appearance of American snowboarder Shaun White in the halfpipe finals at the Sochi Olympics, the two-time gold medalist failed to win a medal, of any color. White’s participation in these Winter Games had been surrounded by controversy when he unexpectedly withdrew from the slopestyle event — making its debut at… Read more »

Shaun White Looks To Become Three Time Olympic Champion In Halfpipe


Shaun White pulled out of the slopestyle — the newest Olympic snowboarding event — to focus on the halfpipe; the event in which he won gold medals at Vancouver in 2010 and Turin in 2006. Now he has something to prove. Many criticized “The Flying Tomato” for withdrawing his name from an event for which… Read more »

Danny Davis: Snowboarder Says The Sochi Halfpipe Is Lame Garbage

Danny Davis: Snowboarder Says The Sochi Halfpipe Is Lame Garbage

Danny Davis says the snowboarding halfpipe at the 2014 Sochi Olympics isn’t up to snuff for professional standards. In a related report by The Inquisitr, the Sochi Olympics banned stickers honoring deceased skier Sarah Burke, claiming they were a “political statement” that had no place at the event. Four years ago, Danny Davis was given… Read more »

United States’ Julia Mancuso Wins Bronze Medal In Alpine Skiing At Sochi

Julia Mancuso

United States’ Julia Mancuso won the bronze medal in alpine skiing women’s super combined at the Sochi Winter Games on Monday. The veteran American skier lived up to her reputation and came through for the United States in a big international competition when her team needed her the most. The 29-year-old’s performance makes her a… Read more »

Michael Sam Gay Announcement: How Will NFL Respond In The Draft?

Michael Sam

Will Michael Sam, the All-American defensive end from the Cotton Bowl champion University of Missouri who publicly announced that he is gay over the weekend, get drafted by an NFL team at all? Even the question seems ridiculous. With his 11.5 sacks last season, the NFL Draft Scout site ranks him 11th of 260 defensive… Read more »

Liverpool Fan Murdered After Gloating About 5-1 Triumph Over Arsenal


A Liverpool fan has been murdered in Kenya after an Arsenal supporter stabbed him for “over-gloating” after the Gunners lost 5-1 at Anfield on Saturday. Reports have claimed that Anthony Mutheia, a passionate Reds fan, died in Meru town soon after the final whistle. The incident is believed to have taken place outside Marete’s Bar… Read more »