College Basketball

3 Solutions to Pay College Athletes

In the ESPN 30 for 30 documentary series about the “Fab Five” at the University of Michigan in the early 1990s, Jalen Rose mentioned the hypocrisy of the NCAA when it comes to student athletes. Specifically, the university would literally sell anything they could around the school’s basketball program and the five-star freshmen, while the […]

NBA

It’s Dame Time!

If Damian Lillard wasn’t a household name before his iconic 37-foot sidestep game-winner, he damn sure is now. Lillard has been among the league’s most elite players for 3-4 years now, but for whatever reason, he never seemed to quite get the credit he was deserved. When debates of the best point guards in the […]

MMA

Inside the $1.5 Billion Deal Between ESPN and the UFC starting January 19th

The Agreement reached between ESPN and the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) could possibly be one of the most shrewd yet paradoxical deals in recent memory for professional sports: can a sporting league that continues to fight for greater viewership and more acceptance into “mainstream” sports viewing accomplish these goals by actually cutting back on the […]