1. 2011 Los Angeles Dodgers: Forgettable and Average, Thanks Frank

    Three years ago, the Dodgers were on the brink of the World Series. On October 4, 2009, Frank and Jamie McCourt separated, marking the start of a long divorce dispute that would eventually sink the team...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 3 years ago 413 reads 4 comments

  2. 2010 L.A. Dodgers: A Lost Season for the Team

    I've had it. I've reached a stage this baseball season where I could care less about the Dodgers. Its not the players. Its not even the coaching staff...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about almost 4 years ago 509 reads 0 comments

  3. Picking an Upset in March Madness

    What an amazing week it has been for College Basketball. Has it really been just four short days since March Madness began? Over the course of these last four days, unforgettable moments ...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about over 5 years ago 149 reads 0 comments

  4. The Madness That Was March: Kansas Sinks Memphis

    The stage was set for April 7th. It had been a wild month of March as College Basketball was rounding up another fantastic season full of thrilling finishes and electrifying players...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about over 5 years ago 117 reads 1 comments

  5. It Doesn't Get Any Better Than College Football Saturdays

    The long-awaited college football season has finally come this way. This Saturday, teams across America will begin their long and hopeful trip to the BCS. There's nothing better than the start of football...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about almost 6 years ago 273 reads 1 comments

  6. Team USA Staves off Pesky Spain for Gold

    It was a showcase of offensive firepower for both sides. It was truly an epic gold medal showdown. Team USA came out running, but Spain hung tough and kept the pace...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about almost 6 years ago 390 reads 0 comments

  7. Inconsistency Continues to Plague Dodgers As The Season Winds Down

    It was the second go-around for Greg Maddux last night and something all Dodger fans were looking forward to. Derek Lowe had already raved about the advice Maddux had given him the day before as he tossed a gem in a 3-1 Dodgers win over Colorado...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about almost 6 years ago 149 reads 1 comments

  8. Lolo Jones Suffers The Agony Of Defeat But Serves As an Example to All

    She was the woman to beat in the 100 meter high hurdles and had long established herself as the worlds top hurdler. It was a gimme, Lolo Jones had breezed to the final round as all eyes turned ...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about almost 6 years ago 500 reads 7 comments

  9. What Do Sports Mean To The United States?

    With the Summer Games fast approaching in Beijing, athletes from hundreds of countries will compete in various competitions for gold medals and national pride...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about almost 7 years ago 1,433 reads 1 comments

  10. NBA Trade Rumors: Why Do They Grab Our Attention?

    Each year in the NBA, trade rumors spark questions and possibilities in the minds of the fans. NBA Trade Rumors have become an American pastime, eventually expanding its grasp to worldwide audiences around the globe...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 6 years ago 3,142 reads 1 comments

  11. Edinson Volquez/Josh Hamilton Deal: Who Got The Better End?

    On December 21, 2007, the Texas Rangers shipped top pitching prospect Edinson Volquez and pitcher Danny Herrera to the Cincinnati Reds for outfielder Josh Hamilton...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 6 years ago 567 reads 18 comments

  12. Shawn Marion the Odd Man Out in Miami?

    With the NBA Draft coming upon us, significant trade rumors have been swirling about the league regarding all-star players. One of them is Shawn Marion. His agent, Dan Fegan, has indicated that Marion will not opt out of his $17...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 6 years ago 984 reads 3 comments

  13. NBA Trade Rumor: Raptors and Pacers Discuss TJ Ford/Jermaine O'Neal Trade

    Trade talks between the Toronto Raptors and Indiana Pacers have surfaced pertaining a deal that involves much-maligned Raptor point guard TJ Ford for injury-riddled Jermaine O'Neal...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 6 years ago 2,674 reads 5 comments

  14. Dodgers Slam The Door in 4-3 Win Over Indians

    On a blistering Sunday afternoon at Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers (35-40) picked up a 4-3 win against a resilient Indians team (35-41) in the series finale, thanks in part to a four-run outburst in the first inning led by James Loney and Russell Martin...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 6 years ago 267 reads 1 comments

  15. Dodgers Bullpen Keeps L.A. Afloat in Division

    Sitting at four games under .500, the Dodgers have been subpar this year, to say the least. But in the weak NL West, they still hold second place behind a struggling Diamondbacks team ...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 6 years ago 290 reads 1 comments

  16. Celtics Humiliate Lakers To Notch 17th Championship-The Turnaround Is Complete

    Last night in Boston, the Celtics silenced the Lakers for good, demolishing them by a score of 131-92. Yes, you read that correctly. The 39 point deficit was the largest in NBA Finals history, as the Celtics out-rebounded the Lakers 48-29...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 6 years ago 716 reads 6 comments

  17. Babe Ruth Leads List of Worst Trades in MLB History

    Lousy trades in baseball will often cripple franchises and frustrate loyal fans for years. Some trades I've seen have absolutely amazed me at how plain stupid they were. And while that sounds like a simple observation, it's the cold, hard truth...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 6 years ago 1,667 reads 7 comments

  18. Lakers Suffer Crushing Game 4 Loss At The Hands of The Celtics

    The Lakers were cruising along in Game Four, leading by 24 points and giving Lakers fans hope that this team had the talent to win the Finals. But never say die for the Celtics...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 6 years ago 248 reads 0 comments

  19. Josh Hamilton: Making The Best of A Second Chance

    To say that Josh Hamilton has had a tumultuous career is a supreme understatement. He has experienced the highest of highs and the absolute lowest of lows...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 6 years ago 504 reads 2 comments

  20. Los Angeles Lakers: Do-Or-Die Time Against Boston in NBA Finals Game Four

    Tonight at 6:00 pm Pacific Time in the friendly confines of the Staples Center, the Lakers will try to tie the NBA Finals at two and shift the momentum back in their favor. Ultimately, tonight's game will decide the series for the Lakers...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 6 years ago 250 reads 0 comments

  21. Los Angeles Clippers: a Series of Articles Written in the Past Three Years

    Note to reader: I wrote the first portion of this at the end of the 06 season. I will inform you when the time period changes. Thank you...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 6 years ago 346 reads 1 comments

  22. Kobe Bryant, Lakers Earn Hard Fought Victory in Game Three

    The Lakers refuse to die. Game Two saw the Lakers down by 24 points only for them to lead a roaring comeback in which they scored 41 points in the fourth quarter...

    Micah Secor Written by Micah Secor about 6 years ago 324 reads 4 comments