1. Why Dolph Ziggler Is Becoming Another Randy Orton in WWE

    So many things come to mind when you see Dolph Ziggler. I said it the second he stepped onto the WWE stage (and I really wish I wrote this comparison down somewhere at the time)—man, he reminds me so much of Randy Orton ...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 2 years ago 13,093 reads 50 comments

  2. Why Carmelo Anthony Will Be the Next NBA Star Vicitmized by Social Media

    You know, social media is going to be so much less interesting when NBA rolls around this year. Sure, the product is getting so much better...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 2 years ago 1,418 reads 10 comments

  3. 5 Things the New York Knicks Need to Do to Make a Playoff Run

    Jeremy who? The Knicks have moved on from the chaos that was last season and are setting their eyes on a successful start to this year. They added tons of veterans to the team, much like the Heat are doing in Miami...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 2 years ago 1,952 reads 8 comments

  4. NBA 2K13: Playing the Best Basketball Game Ever Made

    NBA 2K13 is going to be the sports game of the year, period. When I was a kid it was always NBA Live—a game you could constantly dunk the basketball in whenever you wanted, ...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 2 years ago 27,224 reads 7 comments

  5. Key Players for Every NBA Team This Upcoming Season

    When it comes to the NBA , every team has a key player whom not a lot of people think about. Sure, the Heat are going to be really good because they have LeBron James ...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 2 years ago 2,267 reads 2 comments

  6. Miami Heat: Why Phil Jackson Will Be the Heat's Coach Next Season

    With the Miami Heat on the brink of elimination in the Eastern Conference Finals, many are offering suggestions on how to fix the team. Trade Bosh and Wade; that will fix everything...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 2 years ago 681 reads 6 comments

  7. 2012 NBA Draft: Why the Charlotte Bobcats Are Starting to Look Like the Thunder

    If you were Rich Cho on Wednesday night, you had to be sick to your stomach. The 2011-2012 Charlotte Bobcats ' season was full of disappointments, empty arena seats and analysts claiming that the team was tanking to get the No...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 2 years ago 5,791 reads 24 comments

  8. 2012 NBA Mock Draft: Previewing Every Lottery Team's Potential Picks

    With the NBA Lottery set to take place tomorrow night on ESPN at 8 PM EST, I thought it would be a good idea to take a look at the lottery teams in the equation if everything works out the way it is supposed to...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 2 years ago 2,634 reads 1 comments

  9. Why LeBron James Is the Unluckiest Player in NBA History

    If you were like me last night and watching the Miami Heat lose Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals to the Indiana Pacers , you knew that if LeBron James missed either one of those two free throws, it was going to be his fault...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 2 years ago 805 reads 3 comments

  10. Philadelphia Eagles: Is Vince Young a Better Quarterback Than Michael Vick?

    The fact that you have clicked on this article shows that you probably laughed when you read the title and now you want to see what possible absurd reasons I have to show why Vince Young may be a better quarterback for the Eagles than Michael Vick ...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 3 years ago 775 reads 22 comments

  11. NFL Preview: Ranking the Top 10 Teams for the Upcoming Season

    With the preseason starting today I thought it would be a good idea if we took a look at the upcoming season. Here is preview of the top 10 teams in the NFL this year and I also ranked them to make things extra spicy...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 3 years ago 199 reads 0 comments

  12. New York Mets: Twenty Million a Year to Reyes? No Way Jose!

    While Jose Reyes was busy at some point this season trying to capture the NL MVP award, his agent was trying to get him a lot of money...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 3 years ago 132 reads 2 comments

  13. Tiger Woods: Firing Stevie Williams Shows Tiger Is Losing It

    One hundred forty five career wins, fourteen majors and millions upon millions of dollars later, Tiger Woods fired his caddie Stevie Williams...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 3 years ago 336 reads 0 comments

  14. How the New York Yankees Blew Up a Dynasty

    It's been three years since the Joe Girardi era began in New York. Three seasons and one World Series ring later, I still hate the guy. The New York Yankees faced elimination last night in Texas as "Mr...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about 4 years ago 1,095 reads 20 comments

  15. The WWE Isn't Meant To Be PG

    I remember when I first began watching the WWE. I saw guys like The Sandman, Sabu, and Tommy Dreamer. Yes, I was an ECW junkie, and in the end that extreme image was why I began to love the sport of pro wrestling...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 4 years ago 872 reads 16 comments

  16. From the Top to the Pits: Steelers, Penguins on the Decline in Pittsburgh

    The fall from grace seems so much more harsh when it is a sudden crash as opposed to a steady decline. For the last few years the sports world has been slightly taken over by the city of Pittsburgh, with the exception of the Pirates of course...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 4 years ago 186 reads 11 comments

  17. Top NBA Rookies to Watch This Season

    Another NBA season is upon us, and it brings talented rookies with big play ability and more competition then ever. The draft created a lot of buzz this year, and featured a lot of talented players...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about 6 years ago 223 reads 0 comments

  18. A Good Team Starts With a Good Manager

    He was met with the headline in the New York Daily News of “Clueless Joe." His hiring was one of great question and it was wondered how long before he too was fired as Yankee manager...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about 6 years ago 277 reads 2 comments

  19. New York Yankees: Back to the Old Ways in '08

    As the somewhat terrible season continues for the New York Yankees, the pressure of winning or even contending continues to grow...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about over 6 years ago 892 reads 2 comments

  20. MLB Preview 2008

    There is something wonderful about the start of baseball season. The grass has re-grown and been cut for the first time since October. The sharp, pointy spikes of cleats being dug into the ground by the players who have not stepped on the field for months

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about almost 7 years ago 968 reads 0 comments

  21. NBA All Star Weekend: Dunk Contest Didn't Fail to Impress

    As I sat watching the 2008 Slam Dunk Contest, I expected another average and overrated competition. It turned out to be the exact opposite. Dwight Howard was the eventual winner and had the best dunk of the night by far...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about almost 7 years ago 1,239 reads 2 comments

  22. Boston Celtics: Back Where They Belong

    After the 2006- 2007 NBA season the Celtics looked like they had given up. Head Coach Doc Rivers' job was in jeopardy. They had finished 24-58, including an 18 game losing streak, after star-shooting guard Paul Pierce had gotten injured...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about almost 7 years ago 768 reads 0 comments

  23. New York Knicks: Isiah Thomas Needs to Go

    How much more can he do? Isiah Thomas has led the Knicks from a great team in the 90’s to a team that struggles to beat anyone anymore. Ask anyone; in the 90’s the Knicks were the hardest ticket in town...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about almost 7 years ago 732 reads 0 comments

  24. New York Yankees: Alex Rodriguez Returns

    Alex Rodriguez has done everything there is to do in MLB history. He is a three-time MVP. He is the youngest player to hit 500 home runs, breaking Jimmie Fox’s record set in 1939...

    Louis Sklenarik Written by Louis Sklenarik about almost 7 years ago 1,412 reads 2 comments