The 2018 Open Championship

On Thursday the Open Championship returns to Scotland’s famed Carnoustie Golf Links for the first time since Paddy Harrington took home the Claret Jug in 2007. This will be the 8th time hosting for the legendary course and the talk surrounding the 2018 edition has

State of the NBA with Chris, 17 July 2018

I’m taking the column a different direction this week after having read an article from the AP about how the “NBA wants piece of wagering pie.” So, in this week’s State of the NBA, we’re going to discuss near-real time statistics and the NBAs belief

5 Things I Think, 16 July 2018

Brad’s Five Things – World Cup Withdrawals Edition The World Cup is over and now I begin my week long phase of feeling empty and going through soccer withdrawals pic.twitter.com/QiorZ9wER9 — Alexis Max Soto (@Alexismaxinee11) July 15, 2018 1- Weekly NFL Item: I think DeMarco

World Cup Final Recap

Despite the constant threat of a weather delay in Moscow on Sunday, France topped Croatia 4-2 to claim its second World Cup trophy. The match was an exciting one featuring several firsts and a lot of action in general. The final stats show that Croatia

Belgium Beat England to Clinch 3rd at Russia 2018

Well, this one didn’t really play out as we predicted, but what about Russia 2018 has? Belgium were the better side, but lacked killer instinct in settling for just two goals. England did its part to press forward, but also failed to generate creativity and

World Cup Final (and 3rd place match) Predictions

This weekend the 2018 World Cup comes to a close, but not before the order of finish is decided by two matches that will be contested with very different levels of competitiveness. England and Belgium will play for the second time in 16 days with

Brad was there! Nats-Marlins in DC, 8 July 2018

Sunday afternoon I took the family out to Nationals Park for matinee baseball and the weather was lovely. Unfortunately the Nats offense has frequently been stuck in neutral over the last six weeks and Tanner Roark wasn’t particularly sharp in his first start since shaving

World Cup Semifinals Recap

After Croatia’s thrilling extra time win over England on Wednesday, the World Cup Final is set. On Sunday at 11am EST in Moscow, Vatreni (The Blazers) will take on Les Bleus (The Blues) for all the marbles. The results also set up a group stage rematch between

State of the NBA with Chris, 11 July 2018

This week on State of the NBA, I’m mostly interested in touching on some proposed league-wide rule changes and comments made by the NBA Players Association, and the man himself, Adam Silver. So, let’s dig in. 1- Say goodbye to the one and done rule