NBA: Cuban vs. Ballmer, Mavs vs. Clips – The Rivalry The NBA Has Been Waiting For

By: Adam Pasternak Last night the Los Angeles Clippers blew out the Dallas Mavericks 104-88, but there was so much more to the game than just the score. This past summer Clippers centre, DeAndre Jordan, was a highly touted free agent. He had many teams trying to sign him, including the Mavs. At one point this … More NBA: Cuban vs. Ballmer, Mavs vs. Clips – The Rivalry The NBA Has Been Waiting For

Feature: Mound Meeting, Chapter 1 – “Meet the Artichokes”

By: Adam Pasternak “Mound Meeting” is a SportsNak feature-story, following freshman relief pitcher, Jesse Fishbaum, of the Scottsdale Community College Fighting Artichokes. Throughout the year, we will follow Jesse’s story and track his progress as he tries to turn his childhood dream into a reality. Good friend of SportsNak, Jesse Fishbaum, is currently in his first … More Feature: Mound Meeting, Chapter 1 – “Meet the Artichokes”

NFL: The Goodell Era and Expansion, Deflategate

By: Aaron “Bear” Cohen This past Sunday in London, England the Buffalo Bills and the Jacksonville Jaguars continued the tradition of the NFL International Series. The NFL International Series are games being played overseas in London to try and expand the game of football to a global audience. The game between the Bills and the … More NFL: The Goodell Era and Expansion, Deflategate

NBA: Western Conference Predictions: Separating the Great, from The Good

By: Rossy Pasternak In the second instalment of our NBA conference predictions, we cover the loaded Western Conference (click here for Eastern Conference). Teams such as the Phoenix Suns and Oklahoma City Thunder missed the playoffs last year, even though they would have made it if they were in the East. This year, the West has … More NBA: Western Conference Predictions: Separating the Great, from The Good

NBA: Eastern Conference Predictions: Raptors Drop, Washington Surprises Once Again

By: Rossy Pasternak With the new NBA season on the horizon comes new rosters, new jerseys, and new expectations. One thing that has not changed however is the favourite to come out of the Eastern Conference, the Cleveland Cavaliers. Lebron and company are looking to be just as good or better this season, already having … More NBA: Eastern Conference Predictions: Raptors Drop, Washington Surprises Once Again