When you break it down sports are a name game. I pity the announcers that are faced with the tall task of pronouncing the daunting last names of foreign athletes.
50,000 people attended the Minnesota Vikings TCF Bank Stadium debut last week.
Major League Soccer benefited from its international counterpart.
Stadiums have been a vital part of sports since the ancient Olympic Games.
Point guards dictate the offense. Rubio is a better fit for Cleveland.
The NHL is interested in captivating its American audience. Midwest cites have transformed into hockey hotbeds. Relocation is capable of being beneficial. Seattle got robbed and is currently looking for a new team.
LeBron’s agent Rich Paul was the mastermind behind the decision.
Millions of sports fans, including myself are anticipating “The Decision 2.0”.
Players complain about playing in none regulation games due to risk of injury. Julius Randle rekindled the debate.