The Capitals Have Advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals!

With a convincing 4-0 victory last night in Tampa, the Washington Capitals earned a clutch Game 7 victory and a spot in the championship series against Las Vegas. After the sluggish Game 5 loss, Caps blue-liner Matt Niskanen claimed responsibility for all three scores conceded

5 Things I Think, 21 May 2018

Brad’s Five Things 1- Weekly NFL item: I think Hard Knocks was made for the 2018 Browns A few days ago we learned that HBO’s annual NFL training camp reality show will feature the Cleveland Browns this season and I absolutely love the choice. The

5 Things I Think, 14 May 2018

Brad’s Five Things 1- Weekly NFL Item: I think expanded sports wagering in this country is overdue While this item doesn’t relate solely to the NFL, I think professional football gambling could become America’s new past time. In case you haven’t heard, a Supreme Court

Sunday NBA Roundup, 13 May 2018

First of all, Happy Mother’s Day! For the first time in a long time, there were no NBA games on the Saturday schedule. We talked the other day about the Conference Finals matchups which get started Sunday afternoon, but most of the news coming out

Did Casey Deserve the Boot?

There are a lot of negative feelings about the effectiveness of coaches in the NBA, and when you have a generational player like LeBron James, those feelings are amplified because seemingly any coach can win. Mike Brown won, David Blatt won, even Tyronn Lue has

2018 NBA Playoffs: Conference Finals Picks

As I whined about on Monday, the second round of the playoffs was a complete dud. The truly good teams hit their respective strides and asserted their dominance creating four boring series that were all over in four or five games. (In the first round

Major League Baseball “Firsts”

We had our third no hitter of the year last night (in a third different country no less!) and it got me thinking about how amazing it is that we continue to establish new “firsts” in a sport as old as baseball. Sometimes people don’t

The Capitals Break the Curse!

On Monday night in Pittsburgh, the Washington Capitals got over the hump against their hated division rivals. The seemingly endless string of divisional round failures of the Ovechkin Era Caps came to an end with a sensational sudden death goal by Evgeny Kuznetsov. This miracle