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GAME RECAP: Bulls 128, Suns 121 – 0

GAME RECAP: Bulls 128, Suns 121 –

Washington Post GAME RECAP: Bulls 128, Suns 121NBA.comJimmy Butler comes through clutch, finishing with 22 points and nine assists, and Dwyane Wade adds 23 in the Bulls OT win over the Suns. Bulls. 2:30. Jimmy Butler comes through clutch, finishing with 22 points and nine assists, and Dwyane Wade adds 23 …Dwyane Wade Posterizes Suns’ Alex Len with Ridiculous DunkBleacher ReportWade, Butler Lead Bulls To...


Racing Match Report: Racing Club 2 Arsenal 1 Round 21 APD

Racing Club de Avellaneda 2 (Milito, Pavone) Arsenal de Sarandi 1 (Trellez) 22nd August 2015 Ref: Diego Ceballos In a game of few chances, Racing did just enough to take the three points away from a spirited Arsenal, to keep in touch with the top two. Racing were coming in to today’s game with wins in their last two fixtures looking to continue their improving form...


Would You Like a Mock Draft 2015?

  By Errori da Evitare nella Gestione del Content Marketing Online[CC BY-SA 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons As I watched replays of Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and the rest of the Golden State Warriors hoisting that championship trophy a couple of nights ago, an overwhelming part of me was really sad.  The NBA season was now officially over and there won’t be another competitive...


If You’re Not Watching the NBA Playoffs, You’re Missing Out

By Joseph Glorioso Washington, DC, USA (NBA) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (, via Flickr Look I get it… March Madness is amazing. I tuned into every single game just like you have.  I jumped off my couch when RJ Hunter of Georgia State hit that 3 point shot to eliminate Baylor.  I silently said a prayer for Cincinatti when Willie Cauley-Stein dunked on the whole...


Twins notes: A safety bet and a long shot

Baseball has returned to us after its long slumber, and like most of you, I’ve spent the last six months doing the 21st century equivalent of “staring out the window and waiting for spring,” namely, refreshing baseball news sites all winter long until the paint started to wear off the F5 key on my keyboard. I’ve meditated over 40-man roster moves and lost sleep...


Opening Day link dump

Welcome back to baseball, everyone. It’s been a long winter. Real life issues have necessitated my absence from this space for a while, but I’m looking forward to getting back to regularly scheduled programming now that the season’s begun to get underway. But first, here’s a short and kind of random list of items from the offseason that I would have written about had...


Sports in Space: An Interlude in the Sports on Mars Series

“Astronaut-EVA” by NASA. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons. My first article about sports in space contained a section titled “Could these games be played somewhere in between?” This produced an off-site challenge, which I wanted to address. First, the whole series suffers somewhat from being ambiguous in time, but we’re certainly talking a long way off. In my head I’m targeting life...


Sports on Mars: Part 1 – Non-Travel Logistics

“Mars Hubble” by NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA). Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons. This is not the place for a debate on space (one of my friends has a new project where that would be more appropriate), so let’s start with the assumption that Mars is the most likely place for a future human colony. In this first article I...