Mike Miller

Portland Trail Blazers Might Not Be Done Making Lopsided Trades

The Portland Trail Blazers continued their busy offseason this past weekend with a trade that brought over Brendan Haywood, Mike Miller and two future second-round picks. The move itself was designed to acquire assets (neither Haywood nor Miller will likely ever suit up in Rip City), but the real story here isn’t what the team […]

Fernandy Rodney

Dealing With Grief And The 2015 Seattle Mariners

Just before the 2015 baseball season was set to kick off, the city of Seattle was abuzz with hope and expectations; why shouldn’t it? Baseball experts everywhere were building the Mariners up to be one of the top teams in the game.  Talking heads on TV and the ‘net were praising General Manager Jack Zduriencik’s […]

Russell Wilson

Russell Wilson May Or May Not Deserve The Money He’s Asking For, But As An NFL Player … He’ll Earn It

In the wake of the NBA’s not-so-silent auction season, I’ve realized something:  Football players don’t make enough money. Yes, professional athletes make a lot of money, and some more than others.  But after watching NBA owners recently handing out money like Billy Ray Valentine from Trading Places, coupled with the less-than-100% effort seen on any […]

Russell Wilson

Why Russell Wilson Should Sign His Contract And Sign Today

I’m not an economist, nor do I play one on TV. But, is it really that hard to see that Russell Wilson should absolutely sign the deal currently being offered by the Seattle Seahawks before playing this year for $1.52 million? And, no, I’m not making one of those moronic, comment section, arguments that go […]

FC Dallas

Will Road Woes Doom The Portland Timbers?

The Portland Timbers visited a red-hot FC Dallas team on Saturday, falling 4-1 and spoiling the debut of new Designated Player Lucas Melano. Michael Barrios scored twice in the first half, and Kellyn Acosta and Mauro Diaz each added another in the second. For the Timbers, Fanendo Adi tacked on a penalty kick drawn by […]

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