1. Washington Wizard's 2012-13 Playoff Outlook: Position and Player Grades

    The Washington Wizard's recent decision to amnesty Andray Blatche is the mark of the end of a transitional period for the team. On Tuesday, they cut ties with the 25-year-old power forward...

    Thomas Kelly Written by Thomas Kelly about 2 years ago 2,125 reads 13 comments

  2. Yankee's Robinson Cano Is Having an MVP Caliber Season

    The Yankees are on fire. After tonight's win against Toronto , they are now 56-34, holding the best record in the MLB . Their current lead in the AL East is 9 games over Tampa Bay and Baltimore ...

    Thomas Kelly Written by Thomas Kelly about 2 years ago 569 reads 6 comments

  3. Ray Allen Is a Legitimate Shooting Upgrade for the Miami Heat

    The Miami Heat made a nice addition to their World Championship team by recently signing Ray Allen. Ray Allen, who turns 37 this month, is a 10 time All-Star. According to Michael Wallace from ESPN...

    Thomas Kelly Written by Thomas Kelly about 2 years ago 2,470 reads 5 comments

  4. Raymond Felton Is a Good Alternative for Knicks to Expensive Jeremy Lin

    According to Ian Begley of ESPN , The Knicks have decided to trade for Portland 's Ray Felton. The trade will also bring Kurt Thomas to New York, with Jared Jeffries and Dan Gadzurik moving to Portland...

    Thomas Kelly Written by Thomas Kelly about 2 years ago 1,497 reads 3 comments

  5. New York Knicks or Brooklyn Nets: Which Team Is the Best in NYC?

    With a new brand and arena, there has been a lot of hype surrounding the Brooklyn Nets this offseason. They have certainly made moves to upgrade their roster, but are they really ...

    Thomas Kelly Written by Thomas Kelly about 2 years ago 14,432 reads 225 comments

  6. Los Angeles Lakers: Steve Nash Is a Statistical Upgrade at Point Guard

    The recent addition of Steve Nash to the Los Angeles Lakers has led to a buzz around the league and for good reason. Kobe Bryant has never played with a point guard of this caliber since he entered the league in 1996...

    Thomas Kelly Written by Thomas Kelly about 2 years ago 4,572 reads 7 comments

  7. Why It Takes 8 Men to Win an NBA Championship

    Great teams in the NBA have eight legitimate players. They aren't necessarily the deepest teams. Many thought OKC and Chicago were deep. Look what happened. Great teams just have eight players who are capable of playing well in the finals...

    Thomas Kelly Written by Thomas Kelly about 2 years ago 943 reads 2 comments

  8. Boston Red Sox's Jacoby Ellsbury Was the Most Valuable Player in MLB in 2011

    Today's injury of Jacoby Ellsbury is very disconcerting for Red Sox Nation. Ellsbury's career year last year put him in the discussion as one of the best center fielders and players in all of baseball...

    Thomas Kelly Written by Thomas Kelly about over 2 years ago 518 reads 6 comments

  9. NFL: Peyton Manning Playing for the Denver Broncos Makes Perfect Sense

    As Peyton Manning inches closer toward making a decision about his new home in the NFL , the Denver Broncos appear to be a likely destination. It makes sense because Denver is a great fit for Manning...

    Thomas Kelly Written by Thomas Kelly about over 2 years ago 1,904 reads 0 comments

  10. Miami Heat's LeBron James Is a Lock to Make NBA History This Year

    It is fair to say that LeBron James is not the type of superstar that some basketball fans want him to be. He is often criticized for his reluctance to finish close games, or to take the last shot like a Michael Jordan or Kobe Bryant ...

    Thomas Kelly Written by Thomas Kelly about over 2 years ago 2,535 reads 33 comments

  11. Tom Brady Demands Respect: No. 1 on NFL Network Top 100 Players List

    " Tom Brady being No. 1, I wouldn't disagree at all." That was what Ray Lewis had to say when introducing Tom Brady as the top player on the NFL Network's Top 100 Players list of 2011...

    Thomas Kelly Written by Thomas Kelly about 3 years ago 1,568 reads 0 comments

  12. Eli Manning Belongs on the NFL Network's 2011 Top 100 Player's List

    Eli Manning : 4002 yards, 31 touchdowns, and a 62.9 completion percentage. Those numbers belong to a top 100 player in the NFL , right? No, the NFL Network's top 100 list of 2011 says otherwise...

    Thomas Kelly Written by Thomas Kelly about 3 years ago 2,450 reads 16 comments