Why Calling it ‘Football’ was NOT CHILL

American football was derived from Rugby in the late 1860’s. Fútbol however has been around for thousands of years. Fútbol’s primitive form began to take shape in the third and second centuries BC. It was originally played by kicking a leather ball through a small hole. Fútbol began to truly take shape and gain some … Continue reading Why Calling it ‘Football’ was NOT CHILL

Deserved All-Stars Given the Cold Shoulder

The NBA All-Star game this year will have plenty of solid candidates left out. But first, lets start with the players who actually made the team. Western Conference Starters Guard: Stephen Curry Guard: Kobe Bryant (injured and will be replaced) Forward: Anthony Davis Forward: Blake Griffin Forward: Marc Gasol Eastern Conference Starters Guard: John Wall … Continue reading Deserved All-Stars Given the Cold Shoulder

NFL Divisional Round and Super Bowl Predictions

Playoff Games: Baltimore Ravens @ New England Patriots Carolina Panthers @ Seattle Seahawks Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers Indianapolis Colts @ Denver Broncos In the first matchup, it seems fair to say that New England will come out on top despite the Ravens previous success against them. The Ravens did beat both the Patriots … Continue reading NFL Divisional Round and Super Bowl Predictions

Go Kings Go: The 2015 Season & The Story of a Non-Bandwagoner

On October 8, 2014, the Los Angeles Kings raised the banner, establishing that they are the defending Stanley Cup Champions. Of course, as a spectator and non-bandwagoner, I was extremely excited to see the Kings play the San Jose Sharks on opening night, after whipping them in the playoffs. However, after attending the season opener … Continue reading Go Kings Go: The 2015 Season & The Story of a Non-Bandwagoner