Cotto & Roach: A Destined Resilience


Inside a dressing room, below the footsteps of stunned fans exiting The Madison Square Garden Arena, sits a man who fears he may have fought his last fight in a treasured career. Miguel Cotto has just been defeated by (at Continue reading

For Bulls defense is like riding a bike


The Chicago Bulls opened the season with a 97-95 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. You may not have heard, but the Bulls parted ways with Coach Tom Thibodeau and replaced him with Fred Hoiberg. Had you listened to any media Continue reading

McDermott Comfortable in New System


There’s always that caveat, “it’s only preseason.” But, when you rookie season was as awful as Doug McDermott’s and you enter the league with such fanfare going off in preseason is a very welcome thing to say the least. McDermott’s Continue reading

Night of Champions 2015 Results


For the first time in a long time we have no idea what will happen with most of these Championships. Predictability has flown out the window and all we can do is WATCH! IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER: Stardust/The Ascension vs Continue reading