Month: July 2018

Is Lebron writing the blueprint for the next generation of professional athletes?

Only thing I can do is give them the blueprint and they can take their own course with it.”

Minnesota’s Maya Moore Shines in the WNBA All-Star Game

Led by Maya Moore’s 18 points, eight rebounds, and six assists, Team Parker defeated Team Delle Donne 119-112 in the 2018 WNBA All-Star Game.

College Football Preview: Tulsa

Inexperience and injuries, 16 knee injuries, coupled with five games lost in the final possession resulted in a 2-10 season a far cry from 10-3 the year before.

Big 12 Predictions: No. 10 Kansas

Three wins in three years. It's safe to say the program has fallen on hard times and even took a step back last season.

Big 12 Preview: No. 9 Baylor

After fielding one of the youngest teams in the conference the Bears look to turn the corner and put a rough 1-11 season behind them in which they dropped five games by 10 points or less.

Russ is on the hunt for more history

Russell Westbrook has been history chasing in recent years breaking records left and right.

Big 12 Preview: No. 8 Texas Tech

For the first time in Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury's five years, his defense is the strength of the team after lowering their points per game from 43.5 to 32.2 and return nine starters.