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Oklahoma City Thunder Kevin Durant Extension Complicated by Under Armour

Oklahoma City Thunder Kevin Durant Extension Complicated by Under Armour

With superstar forward Kevin Durant’s Oklahoma City Thunder contract set to expire in the summer of 2016, the possibility of Durant choosing to extend with the club is complicated by his potential deal with Under Armour. The upper echelon players in the NBA are business conglomerates. Notwithstanding their enormous max salaries, which do not reflect […]

Denver Broncos: Fantasy Football Powerhouse

Denver Broncos: Fantasy Football Powerhouse

With the start of the NFL season just a few weeks away, many fantasy football leagues are preparing for their annual draft. Having elite fantasy options at every position, the Broncos are a powerhouse and their players will be highly targeted in every draft. Peyton Manning is the overall team leader and the NFL’s current […]

Scholes Scared for United

Scholes Scared for United

Manchester United great Paul Scholes has admitted he is “scared” about the direction in which the former are heading and has called on manager Louis van Gaal to sign four players from Real Madrid to stop the rot. Scholes said he fears United could enter the soccer wilderness the way Liverpool did after their last […]

Denver Cutthroats End 2014-15 Season Before It Starts

Denver Cutthroats End 2014-15 Season Before It Starts

The Denver Cutthroats hockey team have ended the 2014-15 season before it has even started. According to an announcement from the Central Hockey League (CHL) today, effective immediately, the team will not compete in the upcoming season. The announcement comes following a season that saw the team reach the CHL’s Miron President’s Cup Finals, only to […]

World News: GLV Daily Digest for August 20, 2014

World News: GLV Daily Digest for August 20, 2014

The world news daily digest from Guardian Liberty Voice for August 20, 2014 covers stories around the globe. A United States journalist was beheaded by Iraq’s pro-Islamic State organization. In India, a human rights activist is released after 14 years of imprisonment. In the Japanese city of Hiroshima, landslides have killed dozens of people. United […]

Should the Baltimore Orioles Consider a Trade For Yu Darvish? – O’s-Zone

Should the Baltimore Orioles Consider a Trade For Yu Darvish? – O’s-Zone

Well, it is that time of year again. When the trade deadline passes and once again, teams are still able to trade for players. As it should be better known as the “non-waiver trade deadline” that has passed, in August, teams can still make last minute moves in order to strengthen their teams just before […]

Derrick Rose at Risk if He Continues to Play for USA Basketball

Derrick Rose at Risk if He Continues to Play for USA Basketball

Coming into the 2014-2015 season, one of the biggest stories around the league is the health status of often-injured point guard Derrick Rose. Earlier this week, the 2011 MVP sat out two practices for Team USA, due to sore knees, prior to their exhibition game tonight against the Dominican Republic. As a result, it has […]

Boston Red Sox Active Despite Losing Ways

Boston Red Sox Active Despite Losing Ways

The Boston Red Sox team is still full of talent, despite what their record and place in the division might indicate. Perennial All-Stars and former Most Valuable Player recipients come from both their pitching staff and lineup, leading to speculation over their current losing season. Many analysts have written them off for the year, saying […]

Manchester United Brain Trust Under Fire for Transfer Drought

Manchester United Brain Trust Under Fire for Transfer Drought

The Manchester United management brain trust is currently under fire with fans after the 1-2 loss to Swansea to open the EPL season and the drought of quality transfer signings. Red Devils fans have stormed twitter with #GlazersOut and the low murmur of discontent is becoming a loud rumble. The Glazers have never endeared themselves […]

Settlement Reached in Todd Bertuzzi, Steve Moore Lawsuit

Settlement Reached in Todd Bertuzzi, Steve Moore Lawsuit

More than 10 years after the infamous hit from behind by National Hockey League (NHL) forward Todd Bertuzzi on a Colorado Avalanche rookie Steve Moore, a settlement in the lawsuit has been reached. Geoff Adair, who is lawyer for the NHL forward, confirmed that the case has been settled, however the terms of the settlement […]

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