1. Miami Heat's Fate: What If LeBron James Got Injured?

    Every team's fate, especially in the NBA, relies on the health of their star player. If the Utah Jazz lost Deron Williams, they would lose their court leader and most athletic ...

    John Flinchbaugh Written by John Flinchbaugh about almost 4 years ago 208 reads 12 comments

  2. Wandell Injury Could Be a Magic Wand for Dallas Stars Team Unity

    Sometimes losing one of your key players can be a blessing in disguise. When the Dallas Stars lost Tom Wandell to a knee injury in Thursday's match with Vancouver, the team ended up losing 4-3 ...

    John Flinchbaugh Written by John Flinchbaugh about over 4 years ago 279 reads 0 comments

  3. Rangers Lineup Grades: First Month

    About one month is in the books for the 2009 Texas Rangers season. Before jumping into grading each hitter for their first month performance, lets look at the team's overall rank for key stats ...

    John Flinchbaugh Written by John Flinchbaugh about over 5 years ago 169 reads 0 comments

  4. What Is the Greatest Sports Trophy?

    Recently, I've been having a debate with my friends about what is the best sports trophy of all time. Instead of deciding this, I want to leave this up to the readers in deciding this one. There are several criteria that have to be examined here...

    John Flinchbaugh Written by John Flinchbaugh about over 5 years ago 1,946 reads 5 comments

  5. Memorable Sports Game Shows

    Some of TV's most memorable game shows have asked everyday people to tap into their inner athletes. So what exactly would happen if professional athletes were invited to play on these game shows? ...

    John Flinchbaugh Written by John Flinchbaugh about over 5 years ago 1,689 reads 0 comments

  6. Comparing and Contrasting Dallas Mavericks-Phoenix Suns

    These are two teams that were part of the “Big Three” in the West slightly more than a year ago. Both teams were extremely exciting and featured old buddies.It's not a secret the Dallas Mavericks and Phoenix Suns aren't what they used to be...

    John Flinchbaugh Written by John Flinchbaugh about over 5 years ago 332 reads 6 comments

  7. The 2008-09 Dallas Mavericks: What Should Fans Expect?

    It's less than two months until the start of the NBA season. One of the most boring offseasons in recent Mavericks history leaves many fans with a sense of doubt for the future of this franchise...

    John Flinchbaugh Written by John Flinchbaugh about 6 years ago 633 reads 3 comments

  8. Dirk Nowitzki Has Critics, But Where Are Steve Nash's?

    As a Mavericks fan, I am used to seeing people criticize Dirk Nowitzki whenever he has a poor game.Never mind the fact that he puts up performances like he did in Game Three of the Mavs-Hornets series on Friday (32 points, 19 rebounds, six assists)...

    John Flinchbaugh Written by John Flinchbaugh about over 6 years ago 1,906 reads 6 comments

  9. NBA Playoffs: First Round, Break It Down

    I plan on allowing the world to know my own projections for the NBA Playoffs, starting with the Conference Quarterfinals...

    John Flinchbaugh Written by John Flinchbaugh about over 6 years ago 523 reads 1 comments

  10. NBA Western Conference Seeding: More Ridiculous Than It Seems

    With two calendar days left in the regular season, most teams only have one game remaining on the schedule. Nevertheless, there are a countless number of scenarios that emerge in the Western ...

    John Flinchbaugh Written by John Flinchbaugh about over 6 years ago 1,124 reads 5 comments

  11. Mavericks-Suns: A Dallas Victory and Waterless Cries from the Big Cactus

    Those were the two main events on display at U.S. Airways Center in Phoenix, Arizona on Sunday afternoon. The Dallas Mavericks appeared to be headed to another loss to a West playoff team. Then, the seemingly impossible happened...

    John Flinchbaugh Written by John Flinchbaugh about over 6 years ago 629 reads 1 comments

  12. Daniels, Ryan Have Rangers Headed in Right Direction

    Every year before the MLB season begins, there is undeniable hope for all 30 teams in the league. Everyone from the Tampa Bay Devil Rays to the Boston Red Sox starts out on a clean slate...

    John Flinchbaugh Written by John Flinchbaugh about over 6 years ago 353 reads 1 comments

  13. The Dallas Mavericks: A Mediocre under-Manned Messy Meltdown?

    After losses to the Denver Nuggets and Golden State Warriors, the Mavericks have completed what people thought was very possible...

    John Flinchbaugh Written by John Flinchbaugh about over 6 years ago 800 reads 3 comments