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While San Francisco Giants assistant Alyssa Nakken set the tone on the field for any younger women watching at home, another female sports personality was raising the bar across the country.
Luckily for Washington’s NFL franchise, there are plenty of sports teams that have gone through name changes, and can serve as a basis for Washington to follow.
Why would a sport that places a major emphasis on crowd reactions and what fans want to see be better off without fans in attendance, you may ask? There are a few factors at play to consider to understand the whole picture.
When you have four players selected in the top 57 picks of the 2020 MLB Draft, and the 25th pick in the first round is calling you the “best program in the country,” you must be doing something right.
While talks between Major League Baseball and the MLBPA regarding a return to play after the COVID-19 pandemic remain at a standstill, the show had to go on as it related to the league’s annual draft.
Amid ongoing negotiations between Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association on a potential start of the 2020 regular season, the league put together an intriguing proposal in their efforts to entice both sides of the aisle.
Jon Jones vs. Francis Ngannou: Breaking down the potential superfight and booking the UFC’s outsiders
What would happen if Jon Jones and Francis Ngannou squared off? The debate has raged on ever since UFC 249 wrapped up in the middle of May, and the possibility of the fight actually happening has ramped up ever since.
Some memories stick out more than others, while other clips could fall by the wayside in the long run. To parse it out, here are the top five highlights from “The Last Dance.”
One quote from Michael Jordan in the final moments of “The Last Dance” may be the most important that the Bulls legend said throughout the documentary’s entirety.
After four action-filled weeks, “The Last Dance” reached its final night of episode premieres on May 17, 2020, and showcased exactly why the Chicago Bulls are known as one of the sports world’s all-time great dynasties.
After a dramatic seventh episode, “The Last Dance” kept the red-hot pace rolling as it moved into Episode 8, the series’ third-to-last episode.
If Episode 6 of “The Last Dance” planted the seed of doubt about Michael Jordan’s future before his first retirement from basketball, then Episode 7 showed the full growth of that seed into the flower that was his decision to step away from the sport in his prime.
Who we decide is the greatest player of all time says a lot more about us as fans and cultural observers than it does about the players or even the game. This piece is more about why we even ask this question more than it is about who I think is the greatest of all time.
Despite all of the question marks surrounding the upcoming NFL season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 NFL Draft came and went at the end of April, albeit in a completely-virtual setting.
After a drama-filled fifth episode, “The Last Dance” gets into the nitty-gritty in its sixth installment as the production starts to dive in on the mental toll Jordan’s success and worldwide admiration had on him.