LaVar Ball

With the NBA Finals finally upon us, you hear news about LeBron’s attempt to repeat, Kevin Durant chasing a ring, and LaVar Ball. Wait? LaVar Ball? Yes, LaVar Ball’s 15 minutes has been extended and there isn’t an end in sight. How did this happen? Ball and his $495 shoesRead More →

George Mason University women’s track & field senior Michelle Wallerstedt had a career performance in the discus on Friday. Wallerstedt broke the school record in the discus with a throw of 55.16 meters. The throw was good enough for fourth place and clinched a berth in the NCAA Championships in Eugene,Read More →

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Press Release: Courtesy Kings Promotions Lightweight Carlos Rosario is ready for his headlining appearance this Friday night when he takes on Josh Davis in a bout scheduled for eight-rounds at the 2300 Arena in South Philadelphia. The show is promoted by King’s Promotions. (1st bout 6:30 PM; Doors 6 PM) Rosario ofRead More →

Coach Mike Rhoades

VCU Coach Mike Rhoades completed his coaching staff yesterday. The 2017-2018 coaching staff will be the following: Assistants: Jeremy Ballard (Associate Head Coach), J.D. Byers and Brent Scott Director of Operations: Jimmy Martelli Director of Player Development: Joey Rodriguez Director of Student-Athlete Development: Mike Venezia Video Coordinator: Justin Levine Director ofRead More →

NBA Draft Lottery Ping Pong Balls

With the Draft Lottery done, the out of work conspiracy theorists can put their pens down and move to looking at what player fits best where. So without further ado… Boston Celtics There was no need for luck from the leprechaun. The Brooklyn Nets were bad enough to enable BostonRead More →

John Wall

The Wizards sit one game away from the Eastern Conference Finals after their electrifying 92-91 victory over the Boston Celtics. The Wizards were down 91-89 with a side in bounds play designed for Bradley Beal. Beal got hung up and the play broke down. That’s when John Wall rode toRead More →