Category: Sports (page 2 of 7)

Milwaukee Bucks hit by W-2 Phishing email scam

Players and staff with the Milwaukee Bucks had their 2015 W-2 records compromised, after a staffer with the NBA franchise released the records to an email address spoofed to appear as if it came from team president Peter Feigin. In a statement last... Read More

The World According to @R_Trinity….

@R_Trinity joins LNP to talk #yoga, NBA & her media career. 1. Roz talks about her FEDEX commercial and the selection process. 2. Thoughts on guys in YOGA class. 3. The debacle in NY w/ Phil Jackson willing to be the Knicks PT coach next season –... Read More

@Borton_Pam Discusses Grace Under Fire, Insider Secrets and Leaving Legacy

A Coach’s Game Plan for Life, Leadership, and Performing with Grace Under Fire by Pam Borton NEW BOOK UNVEILS WORLD OF ELITE COLLEGE COACHING AND PROVIDES UNIQUE LEADERSHIP GAME PLANS             The most important asset a leader can have... Read More

The 58th #Daytona500 By The Numbers

  WalletHub put together a pretty cool Daytona 500 By The Numbers report to celebrate. It includes a fun infographic with factoids about the race, particularly the financial side, and a Q&A with leading motorsports experts. Below you can find... Read More

@NASCAR Icons @Goodyear, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Expand Relationship

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company today announced NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt Jr., 26-time NASCAR winner, will be the featured expert who chooses Goodyear tires on and off the track in a series of broadcast, digital and print ads. “We’ve... Read More

Celebrate Super Bowl 50 with Your @MyWolfpackApp

Whether you’re rooting for the Broncos or Panthers, this year’s game is going to be a touchdown. Between the brewskies you’ll be drinking, snacks you’ll be eating, and bros you’ll be hanging out with, a fun Super Bowl 50 is definitely on the... Read More

NFL Is Going #OTT to Stream Games — Who’s the Digital Bully?

Long thought to be one of the linchpins of the cable bundle, the National Football League has acknowledged that it needs to appeal to a wider audience of consumers by going over-the-top (OTT) and bringing in consumers who want to watch the games via... Read More

The NY Jets, NY Football Giants and @KeyFood are #TheClosestRivals!

Disclaimer: This post has been sponsored by Procter and Gamble. All opinions are my own. #TheClosestRivals Let me start by giving you a brief history lesson on Key Food. Key Food Stores Co-op, Inc. is a cooperative of independently owned... Read More

The 111th World Series By The Numbers w/ @WalletHub

The Mets and Royals are ready to square off, and WalletHub is right there with them. The personal finance website crunched the numbers in honor of the 111th World Series, amassing a collection of interesting facts and figures related to the event –... Read More

Hello #CordCutters – the @NFL live-streams UK game on @Yahoo!

In a few hours, the NFL will be playing its second game of the year in London. Rex Ryan and his Buffalo Bills are set to take on the youthful Jacksonville Jaguars in a game that is meaningful for more reasons than just whatever happens on the field... Read More

The NFL’s Concussion Crisis – League of Denial

I had to re-post this article that was originally written on in 10/3/2013. The National Football League, a multibillion-dollar commercial juggernaut, presides over America’s indisputable national pastime. But the NFL is under... Read More

5 reasons why swimming will be your kid’s #funnestsport

Matt Sinnott is a freelance blogger and proud dad 5 reasons why swimming will be your kid’s #funnestsport As a parent of a young child, I — naturally — want to enroll my kid into every activity they can possibly manage and wait in hopes that one... Read More

A Guide To Golf Lingo

Few games have inspired as much joy—or as much rage—as golf. And it’s not just the game that’s challenging—its terminology can be downright befuddling. Here’s a glossary of common golfing jargon to help you out as you hit the links this... Read More

5 Tips For Improving a Kid’s Game – @Professor12

Streetball Legend ‘The Professor’ Offers His Advice There are many would-be athletes in their adolescence, but factors such as size and ability often preempt their efforts. Today, legendary streetballer Grayson “The Professor” Boucher stands... Read More

Happy Jackie Robinson Day

Alot is happening today – it’s April 15th. Did you get your taxes completed? If not, then did you file your extension? Guess what? Sixty-six years ago today Jackie Robinson became the first black man to play major league baseball in the... Read More

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