1994 All Over Again

July 1, 2013

By Will Martin Recently we saw the NBA Finals run their course in favor of the Miami Heat (and congratulations to them). For a moment there was a recollection of a police chase that was […]

Buyers and Sellers in the MLB Trade Market

June 28, 2013

By Rodney Fisher This time of year baseball starts to take center stage in the world of sports. The NBA has wrapped up it’s long season, NFL has not started to dominate the headlines, and […]

Bottoms Up!

June 27, 2013

By Will Martin A month that has been quite successful in terms of learning how to win and string together a set of victories says plenty about the youth of the Houston Astros. A trip […]

A Legacy Saved…

June 27, 2013

By Craig Fields It can be argued that LeBron’s legacy and title as “King” was saved when Ray Allen made the miraculous 3-point shot in Game 6. Well, James took his legacy into his own […]

2013 Conferderations Cup Semifinals

June 26, 2013

By Browning Stupp and Alex Bravo The 2013 Confederations Cup in Brazil Semi-Finals are set and they should be great matchups with the last three World Cup winners Spain (2010), Italy, (2006), and Brazil (2002) […]

2013 Confederations Cup Picks Up Again

June 20, 2013

By Browning Stupp and Alex Bravo Soccer’s stars are shining brightly at the Confederations Cup 2013, FIFA’s warmup tournament for the World Cup, in Brazil in the first round match ups. No Messi isn’t playing […]

Mama, There Goes That Man

June 18, 2013

By Craig Fields Well what do you know — a Manu Ginobili sighting. I was beginning to wonder if Manu Ginobili was perhaps the greatest magician of all-time because of his disappearing act in this […]

Riding High in June

June 18, 2013

By Will Martin The sixth month of the year on the diamond is one where many things are at play. The weather heats up, seasons change, a nucleus of talent starts to mesh and gel […]

Ft. Worth Fathers Day Fun!

June 18, 2013

By Will Martin It’s always a treat when you get to partake in something that just screams history and tradition. If indeed absence does make the heart grow fonder I cannot believe that I waited […]

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