By Josh Kramer Information in sports these days are at a premium. Between ESPN, Twitter, the thousands of blogs, and more, typically fans are more well-informed than they have ever been. There are not too many situations where the media … Continue reading
Photo courtesy of derrickrosemvp.com. Derrick Rose (right) is coming off a magical season that resulted in an MVP award. His team however fell short in the playoffs. This year, he is determined to bring Chicago its first title since the Michael Jordan days.
By Wesley Kaminsky
After a 2010-2011 season in which the Chicago Bulls finished 62-20, made the Eastern Conference Finals, had both the coach of the year in Tom Thibodeau and MVP in Derrick Rose, many said the Bulls overachieved and reached their maximum potential. Not if you ask Bulls fans or Derrick Rose, though. Continue reading
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Photo courtesy of ibtimes.com. Terry Francona (pictured above) is the newest member of ESPN's baseball broadcast team.
By Josh Kramer
It may be freezing outside, but the baseball world is still as hot as ever. With the winter meetings currently underway in Dallas, the baseball world is as vibrant as one could possibly hope for in December. Sure much of the attention has been centered on the second coming of the “MonStars” being formed in Miami and the next stop for the Albert Pujols train. But how about the major deal between Beantown and ESPN? This was not a one-sided move by any means. For once, there appears to have been a fair deal made in baseball. Continue reading