1. US Open Tennis 2011: Power Ranking Roger Federer's US Open Titles

    The Seven train will take you to the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, but if you want to get into Arthur Ashe Stadium on the final weekend, you better hop on the Fed Express...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about almost 3 years ago 328 reads 0 comments

  2. Miami Heat: Five Reasons They Are Becoming Scary Good

    I was hopeful that the Miami Heat 's season opener against the Boston Celtics would be a sign of things to come. That they would remain tentative and the pressure to be great right away would be too much for them to handle...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about over 3 years ago 2,036 reads 51 comments

  3. Kobe Bryant: Progress Report On His Knee

    Kobe Bryant 's knee seems to be holding up just fine. After a potentially worrisome preseason in which he shot just under 30 percent, Kobe's at a much more respectable 45 percent mark and looks to have a healthy bounce in his step...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about over 3 years ago 460 reads 1 comments

  4. Cleveland Rocks: Mo Williams, JJ Hickson and Co. Will Be Better Than Expected

    The Cleveland Cavaliers won't contend for a championship or be the top seed in the East this year. That's pretty much a given. But the players left over after LeBron's departure aren't all that bad...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about over 3 years ago 979 reads 11 comments

  5. World Series 2010: Giants Offense Is Built for the Postseason

    The San Francisco Giants are regarded more for their pitching than hitting—and for good reason. They ranked 15th in batting average and 17th in runs scored during the regular season...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about over 3 years ago 706 reads 4 comments

  6. L.A. Lakers Rings Shine Brightest During Opening Night Ceremony

    Each Los Angeles Laker received another championship ring before Tuesday night's 112-110 nail-biting win against the Houston Rockets . It might have been a familiar sight, but the hardware was anything but...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about over 3 years ago 905 reads 0 comments

  7. 2010-11 NBA Season: Checklist for a Succesful Team

    With the NBA season just days from tip-off, many fans are contemplating the potential success of their favorite teams...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about over 3 years ago 938 reads 7 comments

  8. MLB Power Ranking: The Top 10 Postseason Pitchers Available

    The four teams vying for World Series berths have one thing in common: They each have (at least) one of the greatest pitchers in recent postseason history...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about over 3 years ago 3,237 reads 3 comments

  9. NBA Bans Shoe Designed to Increase Vertical Leap

    Derek Fisher and Steve Nash will regrettably have to forgo showcasing their newfound leaping ability to adhere to the NBA 's decision banning a new sneaker that promises to "make players jump higher...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about over 3 years ago 1,582 reads 2 comments

  10. Media's Sideshow and How It Corrupts Our Perception Of Sports

    It seems pointless to contemplate our fascination with sports. Through shallow introspection, like any other passion, I'm aware my most fundamental components are engaged. Some are so captured by its allure, it saturates their entire existence...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about over 3 years ago 293 reads 2 comments

  11. Kobe Bryant: 5 Reasons Why Kobe Is Headed For Breakout Season

    To say Kobe's headed for a great season is kind of a strange thing to say. On one hand, he's had so many great seasons that it makes you question my attentiveness, assuming he could have a relatively better one...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about over 3 years ago 3,207 reads 60 comments

  12. Miami Heat: Are They a Major Threat To the Los Angeles Lakers?

    Sometimes I'm scared of the Heat . As a Lakers fan, sometimes I find myself sweating profusely just thinking about the potential damage they could inflict on the rest of the league...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about over 3 years ago 1,594 reads 11 comments

  13. Roy Halladay Playoff No-Hitter: Power Ranking His Top 10 Pitching Performances

    There's certainly going to be an influx of Roy Halladay articles popping up in the next day or so, and it's easy to see why...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about almost 4 years ago 352 reads 0 comments

  14. The Top 25 Oakland Athletics of All Time

    The Oakland Athletics have a history of talented and interesting players. The club was born in Philadelphia in 1901, left for Kansas City in 1955, and finally settled in Oakland in 1968...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about almost 4 years ago 19,721 reads 17 comments

  15. What Would Kobe Bryant's Legacy Be Had He Been in Michael Jordan's Shoes?

    Comparing players to Michael Jordan has made rich fodder for basketball fans and analysts for a while. Many people, including myself, have grown tired of it. A lot of times I wonder why we care so much...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about almost 4 years ago 2,560 reads 72 comments

  16. A's Hope To Finsh Season Strong, Look Ahead To Healthy 2011

    Down goes Sheets. Down goes Duchscherer. Down goes Anderson, Sweeney, and Coco. Down goes our playoff hopes. The Oakland Athletics were once again riddled with injuries and, what looked to be a promising team, became just average...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about almost 4 years ago 146 reads 6 comments

  17. 10 Reasons Why Kobe Bryant Is Still Better than LeBron James

    Before you begin, you should know this list is not an attempt to tarnish Lebron’s game. The question: Who’s better between Kobe and the new heat superstar is not an easy one to answer...

    Mathew Davis Written by Mathew Davis about almost 4 years ago 2,557 reads 11 comments