LeBron James, Michael Jordan, and how important Game 7 really is

LeBron James is to today's NBA what Michael Jordan was to the NBA I was born into back in October of 1990. Jordan fell short in 1991 to the Detroit Pistons, James couldn't get past the Celtics. Jordan broke through in 1992 with his first tile, leapfrogging the Pistons and cruising past the NBA's living … Continue reading LeBron James, Michael Jordan, and how important Game 7 really is

With Doc Rivers and Kevin Garnett on their way out, what’s next for Boston Celtics?

The Big Three era in Boston began with Paul Pierce and Doc Rivers. Without those two there's no way Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen are coaxed into coming to Boston and there is one less banner hanging at the TD Garden. So with Rivers, Garnett and possibly Pierce on their way out of town, the … Continue reading With Doc Rivers and Kevin Garnett on their way out, what’s next for Boston Celtics?

Birth of Big Ten Lacrosse a Positive Step For Growth of Sport in America

Lacrosse has many nicknames. The Fastest Sport on Two Feet. America's First Sport. But the one that has perhaps carried the most weight is "The Fastest Growing Sport in America," even if the attendance numbers at Championship Weekend haven't exactly backed that up. However, the case for lacrosse received a big assist this week when the sports' winngest program, Johns Hopkins University, announced it would be joining the Big Ten Conference as it's sixth team in 2015, thereby giving birth to B1G Lacrosse.

Endicott, Western New England Meet in Critical Commonwealth Coast Conference Matchup

The world of Division III Men's Lacrosse is a tough one to comprehend. There are hundreds upon hundreds of schools that compete for 16 spots in the postseason where they will collide with either Salisbury (Md.) or Cortland State and likely come out worse for wear. However, the excitement of the tournament is ever present in the conference tournaments and Wednesday will feature a battle for one of the North region's most hotly contested conferences.