1. Roger Federer's Wimbledon Dominion Ends

    The Wimbledon ambiance, if asked by any tennis player or person, their response will undoubtedly be, "there’s nothing like it"...

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about 6 years ago 248 reads 0 comments

  2. New York Knicks: 4 to 1 Assist to Turnover Ratio or Explosive Point?

    NBA free agency has been in full effect over the past few days, with Baron Davis surprisingly signing to the Los Angeles Clippers, while other blue chip players of the league, like Corey Maggete, ...

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about 6 years ago 1,067 reads 10 comments

  3. Hunting: Trophy Hunters Killing More Polar Bears Than Global Warming

    Sports used to be a world where not just I, but any individual on this earth could relax over a beer and beside a couple of buddies. We all no this no longer exists...

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about 6 years ago 1,234 reads 2 comments

  4. Ken Griffey Jr: The Quiet March to 600

    The memories gained from baseball are many. Whether sitting back with a beer in front of a TV or driving to the ball park on a sunny afternoon and relaxing beside a ranting fan and a hot dog, America's sport is as gratifying as it gets...

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about 6 years ago 581 reads 11 comments

  5. Danica Patrick, Ashley Harkelroad: Evolution of Women in Sports, Really?

    Wherever in the world or whatever the sport, I believe it is safe to say that the main priority are men, correct? Whether it is the NBA, golf, race care driving, MMA—men are the main ...

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about 6 years ago 2,894 reads 8 comments

  6. LeBron James: Can Basketball Mecca New York Knicks Land a King?

    The thoughts that ran threw the mind of LeBron James after the 97-92 loss to the Boston Celtics must have been many: “We lost” “Should have had the ball in my hands more” ...

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about 6 years ago 1,679 reads 10 comments

  7. New York Knicks: James Dolan Still Running the Show

    As we already know, the Utah Jazz and San Antonio Spurs have tied their series two apiece. Scott Skiles is a Milwaukeeite...

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about 6 years ago 786 reads 5 comments

  8. Breaking News: D'Antoni Leaves Suns For Basketball Mecca

    According to ESPN.com, The Boston Globe and Sports Illustrated, Mike D'Antoni will receive a 24-million-dollar, four-year-contract, to coach the struggling New York Knicks...

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about 6 years ago 674 reads 0 comments

  9. Maurice Podoloff Trophy: Kobe Bryant's Out, Who's In?

    With Kobe Bryant barely being scratched off the "Best-player-who-hasn't-won-a-most-valuable-player-title" list, a new question arises: Who soars to the top? Many come to mind...many very much stack up! A resounding number appears...

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about 6 years ago 607 reads 1 comments

  10. The Sun Sets on Phoenix: Nash Just Can't Keep Up

    Please, let us not blame the 36 year old Shaquille O'Neal or the trade that was effectuated for the athletic, high-skiing player Shawn Marion. “The Big Cactus," did his part in the playoffs...

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about over 6 years ago 1,520 reads 17 comments

  11. NBA: Does Mark Jackson Pass the Height Requirement for Rollercoaster Ride?

    "A one - horse race" "His to lose or decline" These are few of many statements individuals from around the league and sportswriters have to say about Mark Jackson and his possible involvement with Wrigley's Circus (New York Knicks)

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about over 6 years ago 975 reads 0 comments

  12. NBA: Award Winning Manu Ginobili

    It only took seven seasons for the Bahia Blanca raised, Italian/ Euro league made, NBA Spur perfected Emmanuel Ginobili to bring home an individual award—a well-deserved Sixth Man Award...

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about over 6 years ago 1,482 reads 6 comments

  13. Colin Cowherd: Patrick Ewing Is Overrated

    I laughed a little bit, stopped, and then laughed some more on the fact that any person who understood basketball would find Patrick Ewing an overrated player...

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about over 6 years ago 1,686 reads 15 comments

  14. MLB: I Cast A Hex On You And Your Stadium

    "After hearing about the burying of a Red Sox t-shirt, now America can say that the Yankees and Red Sox rivalry is the best in sports"The post received today from an unidentified ...

    Rodge Correa Written by Rodge Correa about over 6 years ago 774 reads 2 comments