Online Sports Betting Market Sees Huge Jump Despite Pandemic

Nevada Remains On The Outside Looking In Written By Dominic Schatzan At the beginning of the pandemic, there was justifiable fear that the sports betting market would take a big hit; all the major leagues suddenly shut down and most sportsbooks halted operation. Spurred by a sudden outbreak of COVID-19 cases on the Utah Jazz, […]

Playoff Power Rankings: Elite Eight

By: Darrell Harris The Conference Semifinals are upon us, of what has been a truly unique NBA season. This year’s playoffs are in stark contrast to what the rest of the 2010s have resembled. The young Nuggets roster features just three players who have been in more than 8 playoff games. The Milwaukee Bucks ended […]

NBA … Going, Going, Global

By Darrell Harris Hard to believe as it is, there is still a strong contingent of basketball fans not yet abreast with Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks. Every season, NBA General Managers are given a poll asking who’s the one player they’d start a franchise with. The winner this year – no surprise, it […]

Why A Country’s Most Beloved Sport Is Dying In It’s Own Land

  The Gap Has Closed Between Canada and Other Countries That Participate in Hockey The women’s hockey rivalry series between the U.S. and Canada shows this, as the U.S. has dominated Canada in women’s hockey for some time now. Looking past that though, Canada has faltered at their own game at numerous events. The under-20 […]

Anthony Davis is Worth Whatever It Takes – Here’s Why

By: Darrell Harris The eye test is an age-old measuring system used to analyze talent and potential. While the eye test is far from conclusive, first impressions are everything as they say. Michael Jordan possessed eye-popping athleticism to complement a killer competitive drive. Shaq was a mammoth of a man disguised in shorts and sneakers. […]