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Are the SF Giants a Dynasty? The Spurs? Only If We Redefine the Term

Dynasty vs. Destiny. That's how Major League Baseball billed Game 7 of the World Series between the San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals. Sadly for Royals fans, who have waited nearly three decades since the team's last championship, the 2014 World ... (Continue reading)

The Truth Is, Magic Johnson’s Making All the Right Moves to Be Clippers Owner

Anderson Cooper of CNN had separate sit-down interviews with embattled Clippers owner Donald Sterling and NBA legend Magic Johnson this week, and while each version of the same incredibly sordid story were as different as they could possibly be, Cooper ... (Continue reading)

Everyone Should Boycott Donald Sterling’s Clippers, Including His Own Team

It is not news that Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is racist. It becomes news, however, when Sterling saying ridiculously racist things gets leaked to TMZ, which released a tape that claims to be the Clippers owner arguing with ... (Continue reading)

Philip Rivers Finally Has a Chance to Surpass Ben Roethlisberger and Eli Manning

Philip Rivers finally has his chance. For what feels like the first time in 10 seasons in the NFL, he can show people that maybe he's the best quarterback in the 2004 draft class. It can start Monday night, when ... (Continue reading)

PR Plan for Dwight Howard to Handle Yet Another Dwightmare

Dwight Howard is intoxicating. At times in his career, the superstar center has proven to be one of the top players in the game, a physical specimen without rival in the NBA. And then he opens his mouth. It's really ... (Continue reading)

MLS Will Be Just Fine After David Beckham Hangs Up His American Soccer Boots

The MLS Cup is this Saturday at 4:30 p.m. on ESPN for you Americans looking for a footy fix, and the match between the Los Angeles Galaxy and Houston Dynamo has become a secondary storyline to the fact that David ... (Continue reading)

The Dodgers’ Shutout Sweep by San Francisco Was Epically, Historically Bad

Getting swept by a division rival right on your heels in the standings was certainly bad for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Being shut out in all three games against the San Francisco Giants was epically, historically, comically bad. The Dodgers ... (Continue reading)

Qualcomm Stadium Changing Names for 3 Games in Huge (Savvy) Marketing Stunt

For the past however many years—let's say…15—the San Diego Chargers have been playing their home games in Qualcomm Stadium, formerly known as Jack Murphy Stadium, until Qualcomm came in and paid $18 million to smack their logo on top for ... (Continue reading)