Archive for category: National Sports

The NFL’s Violence Problem and How I Enable It

The NFL’s Violence Problem and How I Enable It

We, the general public who make this the most popular sport in America, may not necessarily advocate the assaults and violent crimes those involved in the NFL commit, but we do somewhat enable them.

Can Jersey Advertisments Thrive in America?

Can Jersey Advertisments Thrive in America?

Why isn’t advertising on any of America’s four major sports jerseys already?

The Bronx is Breaking: The Bleak Future of the Yankees

The Bronx is Breaking: The Bleak Future of the Yankees

The New York Yankees are in a precarious position that they haven’t found themselves in quite some time.

In Phil We Trust: New York Knicks 2014-2015 Season Preview

In Phil We Trust: New York Knicks 2014-2015 Season Preview

Following a disappointing 2013-14 season, the New York Knicks look to set the foundation for serious contention in the near future.

Beasts of the East: NBA Season Preview

Beasts of the East: NBA Season Preview

For the second time in four years, LeBron James changed the landscape of the Eastern Conference and proved just how powerful he is.

How Did The NBA Get Here?

How Did The NBA Get Here?

A closer look at the regular season shows that many of the less predictable moments and performances have been telegraphed for months.

Masahiro Tanaka: The Yankees’ Imported Savior

Masahiro Tanaka: The Yankees’ Imported Savior

Through four starts, Masahiro Tanaka has been everything that the Yankees could have hoped for. Although some questioned whether Tanaka would be closer to Rangers ace Yu Darvish or former-Red Sox bust Daisuke Matsuzaka, he has quickly shown that he will resemble the former – and potentially be better.

The End of Donald Sterling’s Reign of Ignorance

The End of Donald Sterling’s Reign of Ignorance

Donald Sterling is an ignoramus, but his remarks will be the catalyst for a more progressive NBA.

After a Wild Year, the Rangers are in the Playoffs

After a Wild Year, the Rangers are in the Playoffs

After a brutal and potentially debilitating road trip to start the season, the New York Rangers open their campaign at 2-6. The club has rebounded under the tutelage of first year coach Alain Vigneault to secure a first round playoff matchup with the Philadelphia Flyers, finishing second in the Metropolitan Division.

College Athletes Should be Paid

College Athletes Should be Paid

For months, the Northwestern football team has been met with rebuke and confrontation as the students try to unionize and be seen as employees of the college. So how long can a pyramid scheme, like the NCAA, that thrives on the compensation-less hard work and effort of young men and women sustain itself?