Category: Sports (page 1 of 9)

Allen Iverson calls Michael Jordan ‘Black Jesus’ — says he’s the GOAT.

The debate about the best basketball player in professional history rages on. It might never actually get settled, unless LeBron James wins several more championships than Michael Jordan. Then again, that might not be enough to settle it for some... Read More

Keeping Sports At Your Kid’s School Fair & Square

When left to their own devices, kids won’t often play fair. It doesn’t matter what they’re playing; when the option to cheat is presented, it can be hard for a young mind to resist the urge. Of course, this isn’t a negative reflection on them,... Read More

2018 World Series Facts – Red Sox vs Dodgers

With the 2018 World Series in full gear and tickets to see the games live costing hundreds to hundreds of thousands of dollars, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its World Series Facts – Red Sox vs. Dodgers infographic. To... Read More

Full Sail University Is Building The Largest On-Campus Collegiate Esports Arena in the U.S.

Full Sail University, a private, for-profit college based in Winter Park, Fla., has announced plans to build an on-campus esports arena to support the school’s varsity esports team. At 11,200 square feet, the stadium will be the largest esports... Read More

Cal Ripken Jr vs Cliff Floyd Bottle Flip Challenge

Former MLB All-Star Cliff Floyd today was crowned Snapple’s “Flip for Flavor” champion in the first-ever Snapple All-Star Bottle Flip Challenge at GEICO All-Star FanFest. Snapple – the Official Tea and Juice Drink of Major League... Read More

2018’s Best Cities for Hockey Fans

Hockey is heating up in America. Both participation and attendance are up, for one. And fans who want to see the NHL live are willing to pay a lot, as their ticket prices exceed those of the NBA, on average. It’s an exciting time of year for... Read More

Economic Impact of 2018 CIAA Tournament Up From Previous Year

The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) made a significant impact during the 13th hosting of its annual men’s and women’s basketball tournament in Charlotte, North Carolina. This year’s tournament delivered record attendances at... Read More

Comcast may soon control what you pay to watch your favorite sports teams

Comcast and Fox could merge—their networks carry 59 NBA, MLB, and NHL teams in US. Comcast’s planned purchase of 21st Century Fox properties would give the cable company ownership of the “vast majority” of regional sports networks... Read More

How A Love For Golf Could Take You Around The World

Golf has largely been considered a mans world, but more women now seem to be taking an interest in the sport. Why’s that? Because golfing is one of the most relaxing, and actually one of the most social, sports that there is at the minute. Most of... Read More

2018 Masters Tournament Fun Facts

The Masters – golf’s first major championship of the year – begins April 5. Get yourself in the mood for birdies, azaleas and a whole lot of green with WalletHub’s 2018 Masters Fun Facts report. The report breaks down everything from ticket... Read More

Tips for Keeping Your Kids Fit During the Off Season

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 5 people between the ages of 6 to 19 has obesity, which is excess body fat. A contributing factor to this problem is taking in more calories than are being burned. While it’s... Read More

March Madness Stats & Facts

With March Madness just over a week away, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its NCAA Tournament Stats & Facts infographic to help get hoops lovers psyched for this magical time of year. Best Cities for College Hoops... Read More

New York Is 2018’s 5th Best Large City for College Basketball Fans

With March Madness just over a week away, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Best Cities for College Basketball Fans to help get hoops lovers psyched for this magical time of year. New York as a College Hoops... Read More

2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics Facts

With the Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea upon us, WalletHub today released its 2018 Winter Olympics By The Numbers report, which includes an awesome infographic as well as commentary from a panel of leading sports experts. Some of the interesting... Read More

MLB & Young Fans

Once a very popular American pastime, it has begun to dwindle. In 2007, attendance numbers were at 79.5 million compared to the 73.7 million fans present at games in 2014. Citing rising ticket prices and game times, the MLB is struggling to hold on to... Read More

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