1. Kobe Bryant: Playing Through Pain Grows His Legend in Marathon at Staples

    On a chilly night in Los Angeles, Staples Center was buzzing with electricity and energy. Kobe Bryant was running through pain...

    Andre Khatchaturian Written by Andre Khatchaturian about over 3 years ago 1,432 reads 51 comments

  2. Andrew Bynum's Absence Noticeable in Los Angeles Lakers' Close Win over Blazers

    The Lakers ' victory over the Portland Trail Blazers Sunday night did not only prove NBA jerseys are extremely durable when Kobe was ripping his own jersey apart after his clutch shot, it also reiterated the value of Andrew Bynum for the Lakers...

    Andre Khatchaturian Written by Andre Khatchaturian about over 3 years ago 801 reads 26 comments

  3. Dallas Cowboys: Why Tony Romo Will Be Better Than Ever in 2011

    Looking through the NFL page on Bleacher Report, I came across an article by Jason Henry titled, "10 Reasons the Dallas Cowboys Need to Replace Tony Romo." The first thing I said to myself was, "Oh boy, here we go again...

    Andre Khatchaturian Written by Andre Khatchaturian about over 3 years ago 3,440 reads 67 comments

  4. Pittsburgh Penguins: 5 Guys Who Must Step Up If They Want To Win Without Sid

    It really is unbelievable. The Pittsburgh Penguins find themselves three points out of first place in the Eastern Conference without Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin...

    Andre Khatchaturian Written by Andre Khatchaturian about over 3 years ago 993 reads 9 comments

  5. NCAA Bracket 2011: Why You Should Trust the Selection Committee, Pick Favorites

    Everyone always thinks the NCAA Tournament is about the wild upsets. They're dead wrong. When filling out your bracket, be sure to not make overreactionary picks. First off, the No...

    Andre Khatchaturian Written by Andre Khatchaturian about over 3 years ago 612 reads 0 comments

  6. NCAA Bracket 2011: Virginia Tech and Colorado, Win Games or Shut Up!

    The day after the Selection Show annually is the year where people all over the country argue why one mediocre team should have made the NCAA Tournament over another mediocre team...

    Andre Khatchaturian Written by Andre Khatchaturian about over 3 years ago 313 reads 1 comments

  7. Andrew Bynum Silencing Laker Fans Who Wanted Him Out Last Month

    It was early 2007, and trade rumors were swirling all over the NBA that the Los Angeles Lakers were going to trade their highly-touted young center, Andrew Bynum, for Jason Kidd...

    Andre Khatchaturian Written by Andre Khatchaturian about over 3 years ago 1,246 reads 21 comments

  8. Washington Capitals Lack of Goaltending Still a Huge Cause for Concern

    The Washington Capitals have won eight consecutive games and everybody wants to crown them as Stanley Cup champions again. Ovechkin has played well, recording 10 points in those eight games...

    Andre Khatchaturian Written by Andre Khatchaturian about over 3 years ago 625 reads 33 comments

  9. Kobe Bryant Sends Unprecedented Message With Late-Night Shootaround in Miami

    It's stories like these that make legends. It's actions like these that define dedication and sacrifice. It's a work ethic like this that makes everybody in the NBA shudder with fear every time they hear the name Kobe Bryant ...

    Andre Khatchaturian Written by Andre Khatchaturian about over 3 years ago 5,504 reads 168 comments

  10. Los Angeles Lakers: A Glance at Possible Western Conference Playoff Opponents

    Finding themselves in the third seed in the Western Conference, it is very hard for a fan not to look ahead to how the Lakers stack up against possible playoff opponents...

    Andre Khatchaturian Written by Andre Khatchaturian about over 3 years ago 624 reads 4 comments

  11. Pittsburgh Penguins: Outlook on Their Remaining Schedule and What To Expect

    Life is good when you lead the league in games played with less than 15 games remaining on the schedule. Following today's 3-1 win over Buffalo, the Pittsburgh Penguins are blessed to have plenty of idle time...

    Andre Khatchaturian Written by Andre Khatchaturian about over 3 years ago 854 reads 0 comments

  12. NHL's Eastern Conference: Who Is a Pretender and Who Is a Contender?

    As we approach the playoffs, the Eastern powers either are fighting for a playoff berth, a division title, or just a better seeding. Each team has found their identity at this point and is building on it to make a run for the Cup...

    Andre Khatchaturian Written by Andre Khatchaturian about over 3 years ago 159 reads 0 comments