Sony has had a busy past few days. Following the announcement that then Chairman of Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios, Shawn Layden, was leaving the company, Sony revealed an aggressive price reduction for its video game streaming service PlayStation Now. This latest move by Sony marks a strategy aimed at directly competing with Microsoft’s successful […]
Read More Sony Reduces PlayStation Now Price, but is it Too Little Too Late?
In traditional Lebron James fashion as a major figure in important cultural moments, California Governor Gavin Nelson appeared on James’s produced show Uninterrupted to sign into law a controversial but necessary piece of legislation, which could have a seismic impact on collegiate sports as we know it. The new law titled Fair Pay to Play […]
Read More California’s Fair Pay to Play Act Signed into Law. Now What?
Arsenal’s 2-2 draw to Watford has left a bitter taste in the mouths of supporters. The Gunner’s display in the second half exposed worrying signs about the state of squad early on in the campaign. Away draws are nothing to lose sleep over. The greatest clubs in the Premier League come up short against opposition. […]
Read More Arsenal: Clock Ticking for Unai Emery?
News broke on Thursday that Alexandre Lacazaette’s ongoing ankle injury will keep him out until October. Just as Arsenal were welcoming the return of Hector Bellerin, Rob Holding, and Kieran Tierney, arguably their best attacker is now out of action as a congested schedule looms ahead. Arsenal have gotten off to decent start in the […]
Read More Arsenal: Two Steps Forward One Step Back?
Earlier this year, NASCAR implemented some large scale changes to its 2020 schedule. Among the many adjustments, NASCAR will be making its first attempt at hosting a double header. Pocono Raceway, which traditionally held two separate events during the summer months, will now have two races over the course of one weekend. It’s a bold […]
Read More Indianapolis Motor Speedway Doubleheader a Possibility?
Justice has finally been awarded to Matt DiBenedetto. After weeks of uncertainty for his future in the sport, a surprise announcement by Wood Brothers Racing provides the perfect next step for DiBenedetto’s racing career. This morning it was formally announced by the oldest race team in the sport that Paul Menard will step away from […]
Read More Matt DiBenedetto Gets his Drive for 2020
It took fourteen races into his tenure with Renault, but Daniel Ricciardo finally showed the potential of a successful partnership with his new team. Ricciardo did not receive much attention during the race, and rightfully so. The battle up front between Charles Leclerc and Lewis Hamilton was tense. Thanks in part to Sebastian Vettel’s spin, […]
Read More Daniel Ricciardo Rose to the Occasion at Monza
There was one thing that all Bucs fans wanted to see in their team’s season opener on Sunday, improvement. A new head coach, a new offensive coordinator, and a rejuvenated starting quarterback were supposed to combine for a statement win at home against a 49ers defense that struggled in 2018. Passing weapons such as Mike […]
Read More Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Time to be Concerned?
The goal for any athlete is to achieve the pinnacle of in his or her sport. Eluded by many, a championship is the ultimate piece to solidify that athlete’s success. Wins, losses, stats all serve as a solid foundation, but the culmination comes in the form of proving that you are better than everyone else. […]
Read More Denny Hamlin’s Championship to Lose?
Nintendo held its last major Direct of 2019 featuring a host of new announcements and information regarding upcoming titles. Normally considered the biggest Direct of the year, yesterday’s video left many people underwhelmed with Nintendo’s first party announcements. While Nintendo did not wow viewers with a shocking “but before we go” style clip, there was […]
Read More Nintendo Direct Reaction: Third Parties and Leaks
Jameis Winston has everything to prove in his fifth season in the NFL. It is the first time in two seasons that Winston will not have to worry about “Fitzmagic” leaning over his shoulder, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will succeed or fail on the back of Winston’s performances. Winston is in a contract year […]
Read More Last Chance Saloon for Jameis Winston and the Bucs
Times have truly changed at Hendrick Motorsports. For the first time since the introduction of the NASCAR “playoff” system, Jimmie Johnson is on the cusp of missing out on a shot for the NASCAR Championship. Johnson most recently won the Driver’s Championship in 2016, but over the course of the last 72 races the seven-time […]
Read More Jimmie Johnson’s Playoffs Hopes Hang in the Balance
The Times in England released a report claiming that many of the Premier League’s elite clubs are having second thoughts about the current summer transfer window structure. Martyn Ziegler, the Times’s Chief Sports Reporter, stated that Premier League chairmen as well as chief executives will meet to discuss the reversal of the early end to […]
Read More Premier League Should Stay with Current Transfer Window Deadline
Guenther Steiner has a difficult decision looming on the horizon. Sunday was yet another disappointing race for the American team, but the focus has firmly shifted towards the 2020 season. For the first time in its history, Haas look likely to finish worse than it did the year before on points. Continuous improvement is always […]
Read More Haas F1: Nico Hulkenberg or Romain Grosjean?
The gaming landscape has changed dramatically over the past few seasons in regards to loot boxes and micro-transactions. So much so that governments around the world have begun to take notice with some countries enacting legislation to prevent such in-game mechanics. Unfortunately, it looks as though Take-Two Interactive, owner of both Rockstar and 2K, either […]
Read More 2K in Hot Water with Latest NBA 2K20 MyTeam Trailer
Alex Albon will have his first taste of life at a top Formula 1 team this weekend during the Belgium Grand Prix. The biggest news entering the summer break was Red Bull Racing’s decision to drop Pierre Gasly in favor of Toro Rosso’s stand out rookie, Alex Albon. While other teams have just announced new […]
Read More F1: Reasonable Expectations for Alex Albon
Alexis Sanchez’s time with Manchester United is coming to an unceremonious end. Here is a look back the Chilean’s time in the Premier League
Read More Alexis Sanchez Saga Coming to an End
Arsenal’s Joe Willock had an impressive summer with Arsenal. After putting up some notable displays during Arsenal’s preseason, Willock has featured in Arsenal’s first three Premier League fixtures. Interesting enough, in each start this season Unai Emery has employed Joe Willock in three different positions. Willock has emphatically answered the call, and has even brought […]
Read More Joe Willock Deserves England National Team Call Up
Two races remain in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) regular season. In less than two weeks, Darlington Raceway returns with its famed Throwback Race, which continues to be one of the most memorable weekends on the MENCS calendar. Stewart-Haas Racing will be honoring its owner, Tony Stewart, with three iconic paint schemes from […]
Read More Clint Bowyer and Daniel Suarez Battle for the NASCAR Playoffs
After an unexpectedly successful summer transfer window, Arsenal are looking like a club on an upward trajectory. They have already grabbed their first clean sheet of the season away from home to Newcastle, and while the overall performance was nothing special, it ultimately aides in building a new narrative for the Gunners. Unai Emery’s men […]
Read More Arsenal: Emery Must Introduce New Signings for Burnley Match
Matt DiBenedetto received the news he was hoping would never come. Today, Leavine Family Racing told DiBenedetto that he will not be returning to the race team for the 2020 season. DiBenedetto currently sits in 23rd place in the standings and remains a distant 162 points behind Clint Bowyer for the last spot in the […]
Read More NASCAR: Matt DiBenedetto is Too Talented to Be Without a Seat in 2020
Valtteri Bottas started 2019 on the best possible terms. He drove a convincing race en route to his fourth win with Mercedes at the Australian Grand Prix. His demeanor was strong and confident. His new beard gave him a more grizzly persona compared to his clean shaven serious personality during his first year with Mercedes […]
Read More Bottas’s Time Coming to an End with Mercedes?
Following their first points finish this season and an improved performance at the Hungarian Grand Prix, are things looking up for Williams Racing for the rest of the season and into 2020?
Read More Williams Racing Maintains Grounded Mentality Following Two Big Weekends
The MLB Trade Deadline came and went without any moves made by Brian Cashman and the New York Yankees. By doing so, the Bronx Bombers just took a huge gamble.
Read More New York Yankees Just took a Big Gamble
Nintendo is enjoying a hectic Fall 2019 release schedule. With the upcoming release of the Nintendo Switch Lite and a slightly revamped Switch, the company is making its intentions clear for the future.
Read More Nintendo’s Fall 2019 Crucial for Future Success
Nicolas Pépé is on the verge of signing for Arsenal. While Pépé’s signing will surely improve Arsenal’s attack creating a dangerous trio with Lacazette and Aubameyang, what does this mean for Reiss Nelson’s future at Arsenal?
Read More What the Pépé Signing Means for Reiss Nelson’s Future with Arsenal
Haas had yet another disappointing weekend at the German Grand Prix even though the result was not. Grosjean and Magnussen collided again and the performance of the car continued to frustrate Guenther Steiner. The drama at Haas must end.
Read More Formula 1: How Much Longer Can the Drama Continue at Haas?
Aston Villa are getting ready for their deserved return to the Premier League, but have the club built a team that is ready for long term success?
Read More Will Aston Villa Find Premier League Success in 2019/20 Season?
Daniil Kvyat pulled of an exceptional podium finish at the 2019 German Grand Prix. He has been shown throughout the entire season that he deserves to have a seat for the 2020 season.
Read More Daniil Kvyat Deserves a Drive in 2020
Recent reports from Marca claim that Bale will move to Chinese Super League club, Jiangsu Suning, but such a move would be disastrous for Gareth Bale’s career
Read More Gareth Bale’s Chinese Super League Move to Jiangsu Suning would be Disastrous
Arsenal have confirmed the signings of both Dani Ceballos, on loan from Real Madrid, and William Saliba, who will return to Saint-Etienne on loan for the season.
Read More Arsenal FC: Busy day as Gunners announce two signings
Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Fold will make a return this September. Considering the numerous revisions made to enhance the screen’s durability, can the Galaxy Fold represent the future for the smartphone market?
Read More Samsung Galaxy Fold: Expected to Launch in September
McLaren Renault is experiencing a momentous 2019 season. Top results have become the norm and reliability no longer looks to be an issue in recent weeks. The pairing of Carlos Sainz and rookie Lando Norris, both of whom are not only talented drivers but also relatively soft spoken, which is something McLaren desperately needed after […]
Read More Formula 1: Can McLaren Pull Away from Midfield?
James Paxton had yet another poor outing for the New York Yankees yesterday against the Colorado Rockies. The former Seattle Mariner has had a year to forget in his first year in the Bronx. His ERA has increased to a career high of 4.20 and his WHIP has jumped from 1.098 in 2018 to 1.471 […]
Read More New York Yankees: James Paxton’s struggles highlight need for pitching support
BBC reporter, David Ornstein, claims that Arsenal are closing in on three new signings. If reports are to be believed, this could kick Arsenal’s summer transfer window into high gear, but would it solve Arsenal’s biggest problems?
Read More Arsenal Closing in on Three New Acquisitions as Preseason Gets Underway
Chevrolet has had a memorable past few weeks in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS). There has been a wide array of stories during this time highlighting a potential shift in power towards the latter stages of NASCAR’s regular season. A lot of firsts have occurred. Alex Bowman secured his first MENCS win, Justin […]
Read More NASCAR: Confidence Brewing for Chevrolet and Chip Ganassi Racing
The British Grand Prix was yet another horrendous weekend for four-time World Champion, Sebastian Vettel. Vettel has been consistently out-performed by his teammate and newly appointed Ferrari driver, Charles Leclerc, over the past few weeks. While Vettel is three points ahead of Leclerc in the Driver Standings, it is a fight for fourth place behind […]
Read More Is Time Winding Down for Sebastian Vettel?
Arsenal were supposed to have a massive overhaul this summer, but it has just been more of the same at the Emirates. This summer has already been filled with a lot of fluff but very little substance.
Read More Arsenal’s Summer to Forget
Nintendo has finally announced the new addition to the Nintendo Switch family, the Nintendo Switch Lite. The Nintendo Switch Lite was built with the sole focus of handheld play. Will it be able to lure consumers with its cheaper price tag while forgoing some critical features?
Read More Nintendo Officially Announces the Nintendo Switch Lite
Alex Bowman silenced his critics with his first career win at Chicagoland Speedway. After a disappointing first third of the season for Chevrolet, does this win finally represent a turnaround for Hendrick Motorsports and Chevrolet?
Read More What Does Alex Bowman’s Win Mean for Chevrolet?
Google Stadia will need to provide more clarity over the coming months to convince gamers that Cloud Gaming is better than traditional platforms, such as Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, and PC. The transition to seamless gaming my not be so seamless after all.
Read More Google Stadia has Uphill Battle to Win Over Gamers
Haas F1 are experiencing a difficult 2019, and following a disastrous French Grand Prix Guenther Steiner has declared it the worst weekend in the team’s history. Will the American team find a solution to save its season?
Read More Will Haas’s 2019 Struggles Continue for the Remainder of Season?
Microsoft came out with a bang for the second year in a row at this year’s E3 2019 Press Event. The company has come a long way from its “anti-consumer” business choices upon its Xbox One reveal. Microsoft firmly believes in its new mission for bringing everyone to play together no matter where they live […]
Read More Microsoft’s Impressive E3 2019 Press Conference: Things we Learned
Arsenal officially announced the released players list today, which brought an end to quite a few Arsenal mainstays along with three younger players. Among the youngsters whose contracts expire on June 30th is Cohen Bramall. Bramall was picked out by Arsenal scouts and signed in January 2017 from non-league side, Hednesford Town, for a reported […]
Read More Arsenal Announce Release of Cohen Bramall
Never in the history of the Europa League has a club allowed so many goals in the Final. It’s unprecedented. Most likely this is due to the balance of power between the two opposing clubs. Yet, Arsenal managed to capitulate four goals in the span of 45 minutes. Three of those goals came within 12 […]
Read More Arsenal Now Left to Ponder What Could Be
The player is different. The team is different. The mission is the same. The Golden State Warriors, the best team of this decade, stand in the way of a great talent leading his team to the ultimate promised land. The Cleveland Cavaliers had never won a NBA Finals Championship until Lebron finally got them over […]
Read More Kawhi can Replicate Lebron’s 2016 NBA Title Run
The Europa League Final has spiraled into an embarrassment that is not befitting of Europe’s second largest international competition. UEFA’s decision to bring the Final to the city of Baku in Azerbaijan has left supporters of both Chelsea and Arsenal in doubt as to their possible attendance. In addition, political tension between Azerbaijan and Armenia […]
Read More Europa League Final is in Shambles
Hendrick Motorsports has been in transition over the past few seasons, but are now charging towards to front of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Standings.
Read More Alex Bowman Leads the Charge for Hendrick Motorsports