• Injuries in Sports: Why Players Suffer
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    Almost everyone in America loves sports. Whether it is football, basketball, baseball or hockey, Americans enjoy the glorious moments that players give to the fans. However, behind the scenes, players are getting banged up and injured every moment they play. About two years ago, the movie “Concussion” was released in United States and instantly drew […]

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  • Chung Hyeon: Who is This Guy?
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    In the first tennis grand slam of 2018, the Australian Open, we welcomed back many players, such as Novak Djokovic, back into the battle for the title. But what none of us expected was a young man by the name of Hyeon Chung, would come out of almost nowhere and take the grand slam by […]

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  • World Series Preview: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Houston Astros
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    As another exciting year of MLB is coming to an end, only two teams remain in the mix. The Houston Astros survived from the tough competition of American League, and the Los Angeles Dodgers cruised through the division and championship series in the National League.  Both teams had over 100 wins this year in the […]

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  • Soccer’s Dilemma: Wealth vs. History
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    As I’ve mentioned in a previous article, it is indisputable that soccer is the world’s most beloved sport. Although from an American perspective, soccer’s following may seem rather minuscule, the sports that dominate the USA are hardly represented on a global level. Soccer is a sport that consistently has a reputation in each major country […]

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  • Longest Droughts in Sports
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    In the wake of the Chicago Cubs’ World Series win versus the Cleveland Indians on November 2nd, which ended a 108 season drought, it may be worthwhile to look at both the MLB and other leagues around the world to see which other franchises have struggled to win a championship. For starters, following the Cubs’ […]

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  • NCAA Basketball: Beginning of Season Bracketology
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    East 1 Duke 16 Fairleigh Dickinson Knights/ Norfolk State Spartans 8 Georgetown 9 NC State 5 UCLA 12 Akron 4 Iowa State 13 Vanderbilt 6 Texas 11 Monmouth 3 Louisville 14 Florida Gulf Coast 7 Texas A&M 10 Ohio State 2 Virginia 15 Belmont Final Four Prediction: The team going to the Final Four in […]

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  • NBA Eastern Conference Predictions
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    Atlantic Division   Boston Celtics  2015-2016 Record: 48-34 2016-2017 Record Prediction: 55-27 With the addition of a top rookie named Jaylen Brown (Right) and a veteran free-agent Al Horford, the Boston Celtics will be a top contender in the east this season. While losing Center, Jared Sullinger and Shooting Guard Evan Turner, they will still […]

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