MLS Cup 2016 Finals

The 2016 Major League Soccer Cup was the 20th season of MLS. The Western Conference champion, Seattle Sounders FC had a 14-9-5 record and won the conference title. In the Eastern Conference, Toronto FC finished with a 19-9-6 record and won the conference championship. The Western Conference champion, Seattle Sounders FC had a 14-9-5 record… Continue reading MLS Cup 2016 Finals

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Who owns the Charlotte Hornets

The NBA is the oldest professional sports league in North America. Founded in New York City on June 6, 1946, the league has grown to 30 teams that compete each year for an NBA championship title which is presented by the winner of the finals series between the Eastern and Western Conference champions. The 2017… Continue reading Who owns the Charlotte Hornets

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The Streaming Career of Dr

In recent years, the world of live streaming has exploded in popularity. One gamer who has been able to capitalize on this trend is Dr. DisRespect. He got his start by playing Halo 3 on Xbox Live and quickly gained a following for his over-the-top character and gameplay commentary. In 2012, he moved to Los… Continue reading The Streaming Career of Dr

2017 NBA All Star Game

All star games are exciting events for NBA fans While the game is not as competitive as it once was, there’s still something about seeing your favorite player go head to head with an opposing team that has you on the edge of your seat and cheering at every play. This year’s All Star Game… Continue reading 2017 NBA All Star Game

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NBA Trade Rules

The NBA Trade Deadline is always on the 20th of February.  Players who are on an active roster may be traded if they are not injured by the date of the trade deadline. Salaries cannot be combined with trading draft picks, teams cannot combine more than three million dollars in cash and players to acquire… Continue reading NBA Trade Rules

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Japan Joins Copa America

The first time Japan participated in Copa America was in 1993. They have made it to the quarterfinals of the tournament twice, with their best performance being a semifinal appearance in 1995. The Japanese soccer team is currently ranked 24th by FIFA, and will be competing against some tough competition this year including Uruguay, Ecuador,… Continue reading Japan Joins Copa America

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