LaVar Ball Says He Could Beat a Pelican One-On-One

by Alex Poletti

We knew the internet’s most famous sports parent wouldn’t stay silent forever. Weeks after his son Lonzo was sent to New Orleans as part of the Anthony Davis trade, LaVar Ball has stated that he could easily take a pelican in a one-one-one basketball game.

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State Farm Roster Gets Significant Boost After Trading Cliff Paul for Roman Westbrook

by Luke DePalatis

NBA player Russell Westbrook’s brother, Roman Westbrook, has announced his excitement to join an all new team: State Farm.

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Thunder Name General Manager MVP Just So They Can Trade Him

by Alex Poletti

Chairman of the Professional Basketball Club, owners of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Clay Bennett announced that the team will name general manager Sam Presti MVP just so they can get rid of him, in keeping with the Thunder’s storied trade and free agent history.

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Nadal, Federer, Djokovic Join Forces to Become First Tennis Super-Team

by Alex Poletti

As the Wimbledon Men’s final four draws closer, it is no surprise that the big three of Tennis, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, find themselves in the hunt. Tired of competing against each other, the formidable troi has decided to play together and create the first Tennis super team.

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Honorary All-Star Selection Boosts CC Sabathia’s Honorary Hall of Fame Case

by Alex Poletti

In his final season as an MLB player, CC Sabathia was asked to be an honorary participant in the All-Star week festivities. Such an honorary selection definitely boosts the pitcher’s candidacy to become an honorary member of the Hall of Fame.

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Vlad Guerrero Jr.’s Strong First Round No Match for Sleeveless Cleveland Man’s Backyard Derby

by Alex Poletti

While Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was the star of the show during the first round of the 2019 Home Run Derby, breaking Josh Hamilton’s first-round record, the slugger’s 29 home runs are no match for Franklin Anderson, a Cleveland native, who hit 30 homers in his backyard.

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Rapinoe Cites Not Visiting White House as Key Motivation in World Cup Win

by Alex Poletti

On Sunday, the US Women’s National Team won their fourth World Cup and second in a row, led by the politically charged Megan Rapinoe and her 61’ goal. After the game, Rapinoe revealed that her key motivation in the final match was her aspiration to not visit the White House after the victory.

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