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Albert Pujols – Worth $30 Million A Year

February 15, 2011

In a year when Albert Pujols is not a free agent, he is trying to renegotiate his contract to an estimated $30 million a year.  He is the best position player today and the best hitter today with no question.  But, is he worth $30 million in today’s economy?  I guess you can say he […]

The Miami Heat Just Can’t Beat The Boston Celtics

February 14, 2011

Whatever the Boston Celtics have over the Miami Heat is astonishing.  Boston playing without many of their starters due to injuries and playing poorly, sports fans would have though the Heat would have been able to beat the Celtics without any problem.  However, on Sunday, February 13, 2011, the Miami Heat as always against the […]

Cleveland Cavaliers Losing Streak Is Finally Over

February 12, 2011

 It took an overtime win but the National Basketball Association’s Cleveland Cavaliers finally ended their 26 game losing streak.  They beat the Los Angeles Clippers 126-119 in overtime.  Sports fans sighed with relief.  The losing streak tied them with the National Football League’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the worst losing streak amongst the 4 major […]

Another Longtime Coach Calls It Quit

February 11, 2011

Jerry Sloan has coached the National Basketball Association’s Utah Jazz for 23 years as a head coach and 3 years as an assistant coach.  When sports fans think of the Utah Jazz, they think of Sloan.  He has won over 1000 games with a single team but never the big one – the championship.  He did take […]

The Rivalry Is Back – Duke and The University of Carolina Basketball

February 11, 2011

With the Super Bowl over and done with for the year, sports fans need something else to turn their attention to in the sporting world.  And, what better way than is for them to turn their attention to NCAA basketball with March Madness right around the corner.   So, let’s start with an old rivalry – […]

The Miami Heat – Finally, Picking Up The Pace

February 10, 2011

Wow – the Miami Heat basketball team and the “Big Three” have come a long way since November and their sports fans are loving it.  The team is finally starting to gel and play and act as team instead of individuals.  Players ar sharing the spotlight, playing better together than as individual players, injured players […]

From The Biggest Winner To The Biggest Loser

February 8, 2011

In Sunday’s Super Bowl XXXV between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers, the Packers and their Most Valuable Player (MVP) quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, came out on top when the Packers beat the Steelers 31-25 and Rodgers was awarded the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award.  Sports fans were loving it.  Then, the next day […]

For The Doubters of Aaron Rodgers, The Proof Was In The Game

February 8, 2011

Super Bowl XXXXV between the Green Bay Packer and the Pittsburgh Steelers has now come and gone and will be a memory to most sports fans.  And, Green Bay quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, came away the real winner. Not only did he lead his team to victory, but he also was awarded the Most Valuable Player […]