1. 6 Changes the Los Angeles Lakers Should Consider

    As the Staples Center prepares for the Grammy Awards, the Los Angeles Lakers prepare for a road trip that could define the current roster's season. The Lakers play six games in 11 days against their stiffest competition yet...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about over 2 years ago 2,030 reads 7 comments

  2. Stuck in Reverse: Who Can Help the Los Angeles Lakers?

    Many names have been tossed around during the offseason as potential players to arrive in Purple and Gold. Point guard Chris Paul and center Dwight Howard have been the primary two targets of Lakers management...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about over 2 years ago 1,132 reads 1 comments

  3. Oklahoma State Football: Are the Cowboys Ready for the BCS Stage?

    At this time last year, when student athletes across the country were pouring into their schools and preparing for fall football practice to begin, the Oklahoma State Cowboys were little more than a laughing stock in the Big 12...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about almost 3 years ago 695 reads 5 comments

  4. Los Angeles Lakers: Time to Rebuild

    By halftime of Game 4 against the Dallas Mavericks , legendary head coach Phil Jackson knew his career was at the end of the ropes. Thanks to incredibly hot shooting from not only the Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki but the reserves as well...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about 3 years ago 5,501 reads 35 comments

  5. NBA Playoffs 2011: Tony Allen Is the Heart, Soul and Leader of Memphis Grizzlies

    When Tony Allen arrived at Oklahoma State University in 2002, current head coach Eddie Sutton wasn't sure what to expect from the young man who had all the potential in the world but whose head wasn't quite on straight...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about 3 years ago 1,540 reads 14 comments

  6. Oklahoma City Thunder: Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook Storm Into NBA Playoffs

    Two seasons ago the Oklahoma City Thunder were one of the laughing stocks in the NBA , led by a skinny 6'9" second year forward out of the University of Texas. Kevin Durant was the Thunder offense who was in serious need of a true sidekick...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about 3 years ago 359 reads 3 comments

  7. Kobe Bryant: Unfairly Compared to the Past Instead of the Present

    The regular season has come to a close and Bryant had yet another miraculous season. As he continues to age, his game continues to evolve from highflyer to closer...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about 3 years ago 830 reads 26 comments

  8. BCS Rankings: 10 Reasons Why Oklahoma State Might Be the Best One-Loss Team

    The Oklahoma State Cowboys have been a huge surprise nation wide this season. After losing Dez Bryant and Zac Robinson, the Cowboys were expected to have relapse season, as they rebuilt and let their youth gain experience...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about over 3 years ago 2,174 reads 16 comments

  9. No. 17 Oklahoma State Cowboys Take Control of the Big 12 South

    The Big 12 South is in disarray as the two historically elite teams these past decades are struggling. Oklahoma Sooners fell to Texas A&M Aggies on Saturday, putting them alone in third place in the south, while Texas resides in the cellar...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about over 3 years ago 318 reads 5 comments

  10. Oklahoma State vs. Kansas State: Can Cowboys Score Without Blackmon?

    One week after a rough 51-41 loss to Nebraska, Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy leads his young Cowboys into hostile territory to face Daniel Thomas and his Kansas State Wildcats...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about over 3 years ago 481 reads 7 comments

  11. No. 14 Oklahoma State Cowboys: Fundamentals Key in Loss to Nebraska

    On a rainy Saturday afternoon in Stillwater, Oklahoma football reigns supreme. Homecoming weekend for the No. 14-ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys, this was the weekend the Cowboys to make their unknown name a country wide underdog...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about over 3 years ago 487 reads 2 comments

  12. Oklahoma City Thunder: Can They Lift Up Not Only a City But The Entire League?

    No team has really captured and swollen the hearts of a community and state more than the Oklahoma City Thunder. Sure, Cleveland had LeBron James (key word being HAD), but neither the state or community loved the Cavaliers...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about over 3 years ago 633 reads 11 comments

  13. Oklahoma State Football Midseason Report: Are The Cowboys Ready For The Big 12?

    Five games, five wins, and Oklahoma State finds themselves once again in the conversation of winning the Big 12 south. However, how much of that conversation is actually legitimate? Out of the Cowboys five games only two opponents are above ...

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  14. Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic: The Forgotten Power in the NBA

    Summer headlines featured "Lebron's Decision!", "Kobe has surgery", and "Kevin Durant brings Gold to USA" and so many more. This summer was the year of the free agent and the realigning of the conferences...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about almost 4 years ago 964 reads 12 comments

  15. Oklahoma State-Texas A&M Preview: Can The Cowboys Slow Down The Aggies?

    Last season when Oklahoma State traveled to College Station, it was a battle of the offenses as neither teams defense could slow their opponent. The Cowboys managed to make just enough stops to win 38-35...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about almost 4 years ago 967 reads 0 comments

  16. Oklahoma State vs. Tulsa: A Rivalry Reborn Behind Heisman Hopeful Kendall Hunter

    As Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy walked off the field after his squad barely held off Troy, he had to be thankful that senior running back Kendall Hunter was back after missing most of last season...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about almost 4 years ago 688 reads 2 comments

  17. Oklahoma State: Kendall Hunter Drives OSU Past Washington State, Cowboys Roll

    For Cowboy nation, there wasn't a better site on Saturday then senior running back Kendall Hunter step back onto the field and completely blow past every Washington State defender that he could...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about almost 4 years ago 542 reads 3 comments

  18. Oklahoma State Football: A Season Surrounded By Question Marks

    Two seasons removed from such promise and praise, Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy now has to start over, kind of. Returning seniors Kendall Hunter and Orie Lemon are the faces of a team now filled with youth and inexperience...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about almost 4 years ago 646 reads 2 comments

  19. Kobe Bryant Is Not the Key To an LA Lakers Three-Peat

    Kobe Bryant's resume reads as follows: Five world championships, two finals Most Valuable Player awards, one regular season MVP award, a twelve-time NBA All-Star, two time scoring champion, and a fourteen time All-NBA team player...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about almost 4 years ago 3,290 reads 31 comments

  20. Does Kevin Durant Have What It Takes To Be an NBA Icon?

    While the summer buzzed about LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh going to Miami and the reigning two-time NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers reloading their roster, Kevin Durant ...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about almost 4 years ago 2,076 reads 30 comments

  21. Rebuilding Gone Haywire: What Happened To the Detroit Pistons?

    Throughout the past decade in the Eastern Conference, the Detroit Pistons have been the most successful team after making two NBA Finals appearances and six straight Eastern Conference Finals...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about almost 4 years ago 2,325 reads 26 comments

  22. Can the San Antonio Spurs Knock Off Kobe Bryant and the Lakers?

    Though the perennial favorites are the two-time world champion Los Angeles Lakers, the Western Conference is not all but won. During the past decade, the West has been run by two teams, the historic champion Lakers and the resilient San Antonio Spurs...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about almost 4 years ago 6,150 reads 63 comments

  23. The Wait For 2011: Will Help Ever Come For Danny Granger?

    For the 27 year old Danny Granger, its yet another year wasted in his prime. The lone All Star of the Indiana Pacers has been waiting for GM Larry Bird provide him with some kind of aid ever since he became the face of the franchise...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about almost 4 years ago 1,249 reads 13 comments

  24. The Fall of Tracy McGrady: Death of a Superstar

    How many players in the league can you name that have scored thirteen points in thirteen seconds to perform an absolutely stunning comeback over the San Antonio Spurs? Only one, since ...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about almost 4 years ago 22,978 reads 13 comments

  25. Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder Quietly Roaring Through Offseason

    Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers win a consecutive title, John Wall goes first in the NBA Draft, and LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh form the Miami "Super" Heat...

    Curtis Finchum Written by Curtis Finchum about almost 4 years ago 1,111 reads 8 comments