Archive for March, 2014

The best Expos players at each position All-time

The Montreal Expos despite a short existence (1969 – 2004) had many tremendous players on their roster. The Expos have two player who played their best years with them in the Hall of Fame: Gary “the Kid” Carter and Andre “the Hawk” Dawson. The players that I’m picking for the best at each position will […]

The Suns went from tanking to playoffs

The Phoenix Suns were on the list of teams that were going to tank the 2013 – 14 season in order to get a high draft pick. The Suns were 25 – 57 the previous season. They traded or cut all veterans on the squad from two years ago. Michael Beasley was bought out. The […]

Sixers are not the worst in NBA history or league

The Philadelphia 76ers have beat the Detroit Pistons to stop the longest losing streak in NBA history. The 76ers tied the 26 game losing streak, but they didn’t surpass the record. Brandon Jennings was ejected from the game after only playing 10 minutes. This should not an excuse because they still had Josh Smith, Andre […]

DeSean Jackson cut by Eagles is a shocker

DeSean Jackson had 82 catches for 1 332 yards and nine touchdowns. The Philadelphia Eagles felt the $10.25 million dollars salary could be better served somewhere else. The Eagles were rumoured to be concerned about Jackson’s off the field activities. He released a statement that he is not part of a gang.It bugs me that […]

Ennis making a big mistake

Tyler Ennis is now a former Syracuse Orange men. He has announced that he will be moving on the NBA after one great year in College. Ennis is listed at 6’2” and 180 pounds with 6’5” wing span. Those are not impressive numbers. His 12.9 points and 5.5 assists a game is not spectacular. Syracuse […]

Felipe Alou should be in the Hall of Fame

Felipe Alou was the first Dominican player to play a prominent role in major league baseball. Roberto Clemente was Peurto Rican. His career spanned 17 seasons (1958 – 74) and was a three time All-star (1962 – 66 and 68). He had 2 101 hits, 206 home runs and 852 runs batted in with a […]

The Blue Jays games in Montreal

The Toronto Blue Jays are playing two games exhibition at the Montreal Olympic Stadium against the New York Mets. This is bringing back memories to the best Montreal Expos team, which in 1994 was destroyed by a strike. They had a six game lead over the Atlanta Braves with 51 games left in the season. […]

The Leafs have a few players having a great season

The Toronto Maple Leafs losing streak is at six games with Philadelphia and Detroit Red Wings as their next opponents. The Maple Leafs don’t have many positives to talk about, but they do have some players worth keeping past this season. The few bright spots for the Leafs organization and fans are the play of […]

Mark Jackson rumours

The Golden State Warriors took a chance on a former NBA player turned basketball commentator (ESPN and ABC) to be their head coach in June 2011. It has worked well for the Warriors franchise because this will be consecutive years that they make the playoffs. The last time the Warriors made the playoffs before Coach […]

Raptors running out of gas…

The Toronto Raptors found a way to beat the Atlanta Hawks last Sunday and followed that with a lost to a struggling Cleveland Cavaliers last night.   Somehow the Raptors are staying ahead of the Brooklyn Nets. The Atlantic Division winner will have home court advantage in their match-up in the first round. The Chicago […]

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