After seven weeks genuinely disconnected from the world of sports and social media, I’m finally all caught up and ready to return to the Instagram grind. But first though, I’d like to provide my reaction to the biggest headlines of Summer 2018. . . . NBA: Starting with the Awards, I was very disappointed to find out LeBron was robbed of MVP by Harden. I may work on a story later on voicing my take on the value of MVP awards in sports. Simmons was very deserving of ROY and I don’t want to hear the “he’s not a...Read More
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ESPN anchor and sportscasting legend Stuart Scott passed away from cancer Sunday morning at age 49. This tragic event was all over the sports world yesterday while moments of silence were held in games across the world for him. Stuart was a true inspiration to the sports world and sportscasting world for the swag he possessed into reporting and the fun on the set and the fact when he was on the set, you were watching him. His sayings are we’ll known today and used plenty while many people may not even notice they were his! ESPN is ongoing some remembrance of him on air thus morning so it would be respectful to check it out… His inspiration wasn’t just to future or current sportscasters, sideline reporters, journalists (etc.) , but to Cancer patients around the world ongoing the terrible disease. “Stu” made a remarkable and thoughtful speech about fighting cancer after winning the Jimmy V award at the ESPY’s recently after he almost couldn’t make it after 4 surgeries in a week and explained how ‘you’ can’t ‘lose’ to cancer and how not only yourself is fighting but everyone contributing by doing a deed and we’re ALL fighting together… Stuart Scott will be missed and we as in all sportscaster’s like me will use your inspiration and swag into our sportscasting and reporting… NFL: The Divisional Playoffs are...Read More
Wow! I have been writing for over a year and I have reached my 200th blog! For my 200th I will be writing my top 10 moments of 2013 ( not in any particular order)…. #1: It was so sad for everyone ( even Red Sox fans) to say goodbye to the sandman Mariano Rivera. He had been a huge part of the MLB for his career. Ending his career with a pretty good season and with over 600 saves he is clearly the best closer to stand on the hill. #2: Would Floyd “Money” Mayweather stay undefeated against another unbeaten fighter Canelo Alvarez? Both of them put up such a huge fight that it came down to a majority decision to see who won. But Mayweather stayed undefeated proving he was the best active fighter. #3 Saying this might be the best comeback in the history of sports, Oracle team USA came back in a best of 17 series down 8-1 to New Zealand. My parents were there to see the game tying matchup. It will go down as one of the best comebacks of all time. #4: In the opener of the 2013 season, the 2012 Super Bowl favorites, the Denver Broncos and Peyton Manning played the defending Super Bowl champs who upset the Bronc’s in the playoffs, the Baltimore Ravens. Manning took advantage of his new...Read More
Olympic days end today and I’m very excited for the final standings.During the Olympics First place for the overall Medal count has been shared by the US and the Chinese, currently the US is leading with 102 medals and China trails with 87.The woman’s US Basketball team has already secured their gold and the men’s B-ball team is currently leading Spain in a close gold medal match as the first half comes to an...Read More
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