Kevin Love

The Summer Of Love

Major fans of major league sports hate July in Oregon. It means waiting for NFL training camps, waiting for college football to explode. Again. If you’re not waiting, you probably checked on the NBA Summer League. The players make you believe greatness is in them until you notice third year players on the Portland Trail […]

James Rodriguez

World Cup Hangover – James Rodriguez To Real Madrid

The World Cup is over, which means soccer fanatics the world over are flocking back to their perennial summer obsession: the transfer window. The mechanics of the window may be a little foreign to newly minted American soccer fans, but really it’s just a free-for-all in which the richest clubs across Europe vacuum up all […]

David Price

Who Should The Seattle Mariners Really Be Targeting At The Trade Deadline?

The Major League Baseball trade deadline of Thursday, July 31st is coming up fast and the Seattle Mariners have been linked to several interesting, if not earthshaking, scenarios.  While I’m not claiming to be breaking any new news here, I did want to evaluate some of the rumored trades and see what type of impact […]

World Fighting Championships

World Fighting Championships Invades The Great State of Oregon

The Pacific Northwest is set to come alive this weekend as Las Vegas-based fight promotion World Fighting Championships (WFC) puts on its first ever MMA show in the state of Oregon. On July 26th, at Chinook Winds Casino Resort in Lincoln City, fighters from all over the Pacific Northwest will be looking to make a […]

Felix Hernandez

Felix Hernandez Finally Getting His Due For The Seattle Mariners

Felix Hernandez has been a prime example for several seasons of a pitcher who has been a dominant pitcher without a dominant record. This year, for the first time in a long time, the Cy Young candidate is finally sporting a win total that mirrors his dominance—and that’s nice to see. King Felix’s numbers this […]

Meyers Leonard

Portland Trail Blazers – Salvation Lies Within

If you’re not getting better, you’re getting worse.  The Portland Trail Blazers didn’t have a draft pick, lacked the cap space to add a significant free agent, and the ones they did bring in are more glue than substance.  But this team’s future success isn’t dependent on outside talent, but more so on the current […]

Trout Arrow

Imaginary Arrows Don’t Win Or Lose Baseball Games

In the wake of an incredible weekend of baseball in Los Angeles, or Anaheim, or somewhere in California, in which the Seattle Mariners lost to the Angels in the bottom of the 16th one night, turned around and beat the Angels in the 12th the next night, and then lost a heartbreaker in the 9th […]

CJ McCollum

Portland Trail Blazers Summer League Observations

It has been a quiet offseason for the Portland Trail Blazers after their powerful playoff run.  Many of the issues for the team involve keeping their stars intact.  The biggest being LaMarcus Aldridge who reportedly agreed to a contract extension on July 8th, though he will not sign the extension until next year. While Portland […]

Tiger Woods

Are Legacies Built To Last?

As I was watching the Open Championship over the past weekend (yes, I was one of the people up at 3 AM to watch a golf tournament), I not only got to witness and think about how great Rory Mcilroy could actually be, but I also unfortunately got to see something on the opposite end […]

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