What’s Likely for the 2018-19 WizKids?

The 2018-2019 Washington Wizards could be marred by their off-season of not rebooting the franchise and signing Dwight Howard, or who knows – maybe everything works out Another season, another enthusiastic start of basketball season but a monotonous feeling is all too familiar. The Washington Wizards start their season Thursday against Miami and we areContinue reading “What’s Likely for the 2018-19 WizKids?”

Carlos Beltran – Not the Next Yankee Manager

Carlos Beltran just closed the curtain yesterday on his 20-year major league career, capping it all with a World Series title with the Houston Astros. Beltran, 40, has been rumored to become the next manager of the New York Yankees. General Manager Brian Cashman has not ruled out the possibility of hiring Beltran noting thatContinue reading “Carlos Beltran – Not the Next Yankee Manager”

Philly Crushin’ Already

After one game, can “The Process” continue to live up to the hype? The Sixers opened their season last night in Washington but fans of the processfilled Capital One Arena to watch hype become reality. Wednesday marked the debuts of the last two number one overall picks, Ben Simmons and Markelle Fultz, and the return of JoelContinue reading “Philly Crushin’ Already”

5 Questions: ‘17–‘18 Washington Wizards

5 Quick Questions heading into the 2017–2018 NBA Season Washington kicks off its campaign tonight at home against the Philadelphia 76ers and it is now time for a DC sports team to make the push. The Wizards had what you can call a below average off-season. The team stayed the same, minus a few bench playerContinue reading “5 Questions: ‘17–‘18 Washington Wizards”

Jae Crowder — The Best Part of the Irving Trade

After Opening Night, Jae Crowder showed glimpses as to why he could be the best piece the Cavs received in the Kyrie Irving trade The opening game lived up to expectations by having the game decided in the final minute. We all know by now and have seen the Gordon Hayward gruesome injury. Prayers up toContinue reading “Jae Crowder — The Best Part of the Irving Trade”

Immediate Takeaways for the Washington Nationals

After another fantastic campaign ending in sorrow, the Nats should change things up The end of the season does not just mean another year short of the World Series is over, it is also another tick of the clock on the amount of time left for Bryce Harper in a Nationals jersey. Without a question, nextContinue reading “Immediate Takeaways for the Washington Nationals”

The Way Too Early Canton Semi-Finalist and Finalist List

Initial reactions and picks for the NFL Hall of Fame Yesterday, the modern-era nominees were announced for the NFL Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. 108 players made their way onto the list with 11 first timers. You can see the full 108 player list here. Included in the list are 53 offensive players, 35 defensive players,Continue reading “The Way Too Early Canton Semi-Finalist and Finalist List”

Deshaun Watson Should Sit Week 2

Texans Head Coach Bill O’Brien has a tough decision to make for the week two match up against the Bengals. In reality though, the decision should be easy. Tom Savage was named the starting quarterback early on this summer after coming in to spell Brock Osweiler last season. Savage appeared to many to have playedContinue reading “Deshaun Watson Should Sit Week 2”

The Sherman Trade Machine

Different places Richard Sherman could go and succeed or implode With all the conversation surrounding a potential trade involving Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, we can only wonder on what new team would he would work. Scheme fit and team need are always what brings certain teams into the trade winds. One of the most outspokenContinue reading “The Sherman Trade Machine”

While Wieters Wears Washington’s Wardrobe

Catcher Matt Wieters moved down I-95 and it feels weird The press release came fast and late in the offseason but on February 21st, the Washington Nationals agreed to terms with catcher Matt Wieters on a two-year $21 million deal. The former 5th overall pick and “franchise-altering” catching prospect of the Baltimore Orioles made a moveContinue reading “While Wieters Wears Washington’s Wardrobe”