Archive for February, 2015



NASCAR’s Back.

The 57th annual Daytona 500 is this coming Sunday, and for three drivers this race is more important than ever.

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Atlanta Hawks v New York Knicks

(I should preface this by saying I am a Brooklyn Nets fan, but definitely not a Knicks hater. I want to see both New York team succeed, but Carmelo Anthony has really gotten under my skin the past few months. Here goes nothing.)

Timing is everything. We have all heard this, but Carmelo Anthony is giving this phrase an entirely new meaning. The NBA Trade Deadline is about a day away (Thursday, 3pm) and Anthony has once again succeeded in making it all about him.  The most un-breaking, breaking news was reported today by ESPN’s Marc Stein: the New York Knicks will officially rule out Carmelo Anthony for the rest of the season today and he is headed for knee surgery in the near future. Read the rest of this entry »




Devin Booker popped right back up after this foul sent him crashing out of bounds into the Tennessee cheerleading squad, but I doubt the same can be said for the poor girl he pretty much broke in half.  Check out a Vine of the collision after the jump: Read the rest of this entry »

Knicks fans are the ones smiling now

Knicks fans are the ones smiling now

The New York Daily News is reporting that the New York Knicks have reached a buyout agreement with human dumpster fire power forward Amare Stoudemire.  Stoudemire, the 2nd highest paid player in the NBA this season at $23,410,988 is averaging 12 points and 6.8 rebounds per game, as the Knicks sit at the bottom of the NBA standings with an embarrassing 10-43 record.   Read the rest of this entry »

hanna davis sports illustrated cover 2015



Total Sports Babes used to be a weekly post on TSB, and we’re bringing it back.  What better way to get back in the action than feature the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model, Hannah Davis?  Check out a gallery of this week’s Total Sports Babe after the jump: Read the rest of this entry »



Not sure if this is a serious issue, but when the head coach of Kentucky Men’s Basketball tweets asking the whereabouts of one of his players, you can never be too sure.  On Monday night, Coach John Calipari tweeted the following couple of messages regarding Trey Lyles: Read the rest of this entry »



I dropped my yearly NCAA Men’s Basketball preview in November, and I usually drop an update in January but I’ve admittedly been slacking.  Check out the latest rankings and who I think has a shot to cut down the net in April.   Read the rest of this entry »


IPL: Good for the game?

February 5, 2015 by

Mumbai Indians cricketer Harbhajan Singh

Despite the fact that India has long been one of the world’s most cricket mad countries, for a long period it lacked a domestic league which drew genuine international attention and star power. That all changed back in 2008 with the inauguration of the IPL T20, in which 8 franchises compete in a T20 (20 overs per side) league. T20 Cricket is faster, higher scoring and generally more appealing to TV audiences than full day events and the IPL has quickly become the world’s most commercially successful cricket league. Read the rest of this entry »


The Padres haven’t won their division since 2006, but with a few high-profile additions for 2015, the outlook on this season is getting a whole lot brighter. 

The San Diego Padres have been in the National League since 1969, and since that time they’ve won the division a total of five – yes five – times. Not pathetic, but nothing to write home about either. This year, however, has the makings of a special one, and it seems that San Diego’s all-in mentality is going to leave the Padres in the hunt for October glory, or watching from the sidelines as the Dodgers and Giants – once again – show that baseball in California starts, and stops, with them.

Let’s take a look at a few of these big moves, and how they’ll impact the 2015 team.  Read the rest of this entry »


The Top 5 Touchdowns of 2014

February 3, 2015 by

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History books are filled with great moments in sport whether it is football, soccer, baseball, basketball, golf, tennis or any other sport you’d care to watch.  The National Football League has been the most watched sports league by Americans for decades and the action in 2014 has been better than ever. People go to their games or watch them on television with friends and family and hang on to their every play. Every once in awhile, you will see an awesome play people talk about for years and years. Touchdowns are at the forefront of those plays people like to talk about, especially when it’s a game everyone watches. Below are the top 5 NFL touchdowns of 2014 that we think people are going to talk about for years and years to come. Read the rest of this entry »