It’s that time of the year once again. The greatest weekend in college sports will soon be upon us, with 48 basketball games played in a 4-day span. People across the country diligently fill out brackets with Warren Buffett’s billion-dollar prize looming overhead (although probably no one will win it). March Madness is upon us. … More GSABR NCAA Tournament Preview
When Anthony Davis was drafted with the first overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, it was expected that he would become an impact player on the defensive side of the court. A late growth spurt in high school resulted in a unique skillset not befitting a man of his size. After dominating in his … More A Block Party on Bourbon Street
There is a distinct difference between watching a college basketball game and one from the NBA. When you head over to the Verizon Center in DC to watch the Hoyas play, you will most likely see scores in the 50s. Go to a Wizards game the very next night, and it would be a disappointment … More How Good Is Jack Taylor?