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Why the NBA Should Change its Playoff Format

The NBA is changing. We are now in the era of superteams. Lebron James started this trend in 2010 when he decided to leave Cleveland and sign with the Miami Heat to pair with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. The three of them, The Big Three, all signed six-year contracts, …

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GSW Player Power Ranking

Everyone knows that the Golden State Warriors are known for their well-rounded roster. Their team mantra “Strength in Numbers” refers to the fact that they aren’t just two or three players deep. From top to bottom, all of the players get involved and contribute to the success of the team.¬†Each …

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Argentina Owe Messi a World Cup

After a complacent World Cup qualifying campaign, Argentina has snuck through arguably the toughest confederation and qualified for the World Cup in Russia next summer. For months, however, soccer fans had feared the worst – a World Cup without Lionel Messi. But in the final qualifying match, Lionel Messi showed …

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Stanton may be up for grabs, but he comes with baggage

It’s no secret that Miami Marlins right-fielder Giancarlo Stanton‘s frustrations with the ball club are rising. Rumors of new owner Derek Jeter pushing to rebuild the roster have sparked rumors of Stanton leaving for a spot in another city. Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports quotes the Miami star saying, “I …

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Harry Kane is Much More Than Just a Goal-Scorer

Once thought to be a one-season wonder, Harry Kane took his chance when it came to him in the 2014/15 season. He scored 21 goals in just 28 games, finishing as the second-highest goal-scorer in the Premier League behind Sergio Aguero. Now, after two consecutive Golden Boots, Harry Kane has …

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Top 10 Most Profitable Sports Teams

profitable Dak Prescott - Dallas Cowboys

In today’s world, there are roughly 800 professional sports teams. Those teams each provide some sort of annual revenue based on a series of things: how popular the team is, how much merchandise they sell, how many tickets they sell to each game, how much food the concessions sell during …

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