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In a previous column from June 14, I claimed that the World Cup is the greatest event in sports.
Last week I explained why the World Cup is the greatest event in sports.
With the 2018 NBA All-Rookie Team’s recent release and the 2018 NBA Draft on Thursday, I decided to time-travel to a year from now and bring back 2019’s All-Rookie Team.
First Kevin Durant, now Bryan Colangelo?
Check out ESPN’s website when you have a moment. I want to show you something.
Good on you, George Hill.
Legal or not, sports gambling is everywhere.
I have an Alligator ‘a’ tattooed on my right forearm, and many of my friends and family thought it was a terrible idea. But it’s been about a year and a half since I got that bulky black ‘a’ sewn into my skin forever, and just yesterday, I looked down at it while showering and thought, “Man, this was a great idea.”
Who the hell are you?
My father had barely parked his car before I opened the passenger door and just about flew to the glass storefront. From outside E-Z Tennis, I could see my prize hanging behind clustered racks of athletic apparel.
Philadelphia has seen enough sports success in the past four months to last a decade.
The Florida football team lost four balls in the process, but 53,015 fans got the show they wanted at Saturday’s annual Orange and Blue game: quality play from UF’s quarterbacks, renewed levels of energy and excitement and, of course, points on the scoreboard.
We at alligatorSports published an article on Monday about Florida defensive lineman Keivonnis Davis violating three terms of his pre-trial intervention agreement for his involvement in a credit card scandal during the summer of 2017.