Well, it’s official. LeBron James has ditched Cleveland and will play for the Los Angeles Lakers. I mean, it’s a big move, but the Lakers? Really?
Despite Russia’s stained political record, they were awarded the World Cup. And while we should focus on the beautiful game, we should also focus on the ugliness that made it happen.
LeBron James was dangerously close to dragging the Cavs to a lead in the NBA Finals. Sadly, JR Smith forgot what the score was. Well, at least we got some art out of it.
Will Shohei Ohtani be the next Babe Ruth? Mathew Mackie examines Ohtani’s stunning debut with the Los Angeles Angels as a double-threat hitter and pitcher.
As one of the millions who paid to view it, I felt the Mayweather/McGregor fight was little more than two men counting their money, working towards an outcome we all already knew.
Love him or loathe him, LaVar Ball is here to stay. However, it’s how we rose to power that interests me the most. It seems we’ve been here before.
Many an NBA player has been challenged by a nobody. But, as they’ve destroyed us, forever documented on the Internet, we should not to be too quick to judge the outcome.
NFL player Colin Kaepernick decided to protest America by sitting down during the national anthem, but what did the world of social media make of it?
Before the athletic spotlight is shut off for another four years, let us highlight the lasting effects of the games on Rio, for better or worse.