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Celtics “Strongly Advised” to Avoid James Harden Pursuit

Following an underwhelming, yet expected outcome on draft night, new developments to the James Harden-Celtics rumors reach the surface further justifying Boston’s inaction. Just a little over a month before the start of the 2020-21 NBA season, the 2020 Draft, along with just about everything with an initial set in stone date, was unconventially shifted […]

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Patriots Take Flyer on Cam Newton; Couldn’t Come at a Better Time

After being released by Carolina, sitting in the free-agency seat for over three months, Cam Newton has a shot a rejuvenation thanks to Bill Belichick. It was Rocky Balboa who iconically stated, “every champion was once a contender who refused to give up”. Hence the greatest of NFL coaches Bill Belichick and the New England […]

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16 Years Later: Interview with Keith Foulke on the 2004 Boston Red Sox

Keith Foulke, most iconically known as the man who recorded the final out of the 2004 World Series, discussed his demon-exorcising tenure as a member of the Boston Red Sox via a quarantine podcast interview. December, 2003- Following the gut-wrenching defeat in the hands of the New York Yankees yet again, general manager Theo Epstein […]

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5 Reasons Tom Brady Departed from Belichick, Kraft, and the Patriots

After 6 Super Bowl Titles, 9 Super Bowl Appearances, 30 playoff wins, 13 bye weeks, 219 regular season wins, and 16 AFC East Division titles in a 20-year dynasty.  The most dominant player-coach duo of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick has officially come to a close. “My football journey will take place elsewhere,” Brady stated […]

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Dominance Isn’t Everlasting: Tom Brady and the Patriots

After 20 years of pure dominance, nine Super Bowl appearances, six Vince Lombardi hoisting, and a heartbreaking end, God’s greatest quarterback has elected to open a new chapter of football via surreal departure. On Tuesday morning, the greatest quarterback in the history of football announced on his social media accounts that he would be taking […]

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Red Sox Pull Indefensible Trigger in Trading Mookie Betts

Billionaire Boston ownership poorly plays luxury-tax card in attempt to cover their true intentions of team profits over wins. Well, it happened. We all knew it was coming yet hung on to some thread of hope that an agreement would be reached between the Boston Red Sox and top-tier, elite talent Mookie Betts. Following reports […]

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Kobe Bryant: The Quintessential Perfectionist

A reflection to perhaps the NBA’s most determined perfectionist Kobe Bryant, who through countless hours of craft fine-tuning, evolved to one of the games all-time greats. Pure tragedy struck the sports realm all over the world, digesting the news that former Los Angeles Laker/ NBA icon Kobe Bryant was killed due to a helicopter accident […]

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Will Mookie Betts Be Traded?

Contributor blog submitted by Jake Ignaszewski, forwarded by Gio Rivera. Ever since the calendar turned to October 31st and the MLB offseason began, it seems like the biggest question not only being talked about from the Red Sox from news outlets but it seems like everyone that covers the MLB is asking the same question […]

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Removing Alex Cora Doesn’t Remove MLB’s Greater Epidemic

The Boston Red Sox elected to part ways with Alex Cora on Tuesday, following his reported involvement in baseball’s most recent sign-stealing scandal. On Tuesday the Boston Red Sox and now former manager Alex Cora came to a “mutual agreement”, electing to “part ways”, shortly following Major League Baseball’s punishment handed down West to the […]

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Patriots Wild-Card Botch the end of the Brady-Belichick era?

Following the final second of New England’s 20-13 loss against the Titans on Wild-Card weekend, could be the end of the Brady-Belichick era. “Flat-out embarrassing” “Thank God we don’t have to watch this next week” “I’m not watching the Bruins” “Yup. They sucked” Just a few post-game words from my dad himself following the Tom […]