Author: myboysay

Today is the big day. It’s trade deadline day. By today’s 3:00 EST deadline, seismic shifts will have occurred in the NBA landscape. Contenders will have become pretenders. Pretenders will have become contenders

WELL IT’S COME AND GONE, THE DEADLINE FOR THE 2019 NBA TRADE SEASON IS OVER. HERE’S WHAT HAPPENED. 2019 NBA Trade Deadline: Completed Deals Pre-Deadline Day Deals The Mavericks acquired Kristaps Porzingis, Tim Hardaway Jr., Trey Burke, and Courtney Lee in exchange for Dennis Smith Jr., DeAndre Jordan, Wesley Matthews, and two first round picks (Link) The Trail Blazers acquired Rodney Hood from the Cavaliers for Wade Baldwin IV, Nik Stauskas, and a couple second rounders (Link) The Lakers acquired Reggie Bullock from the Pistons for Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk and a second round pick (Link) The 76ers acquired Tobias Harris,...

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Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019 announced: Ed Reed, Tony Gonzalez, headline the 2019 class

The NFL announced the 2019 Hall of Fame class on Saturday night. ATLANTA — The 2019 NFL Hall of Fame class was announced at the NFL Honors ceremony on Saturday night, with a pair of obvious names headlining the list in Tony Gonzalez and Ed Reed and a list of offensive linemen and wide receivers once again being left out of Canton. In addition to Reed and Gonzalez, cornerbacks Champ Bailey and Ty Law made the class as well as offensive lineman Kevin Mawae.  Gil Brandt and Pat Bowlen were added as contributors while Johnny Robinson was added as...

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MANY IN THE CIRCLE OF THE NFL SOCIETY SAY That ED REED IS THE greatest free safety of his time: Former UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Hurricane Ed Reed selected to Hall of Fame

Former Baltimore Ravens and Miami Hurricanes safety Ed Reed is a first-ballot Hall of Famer. During the AFC Championship game between the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots in 2011, television cameras zoomed in on the play-call wrist band Tom Brady was wearing on his left hand. And written on it in magic marker, presumably by the quarterback himself, were these words: No. 20 for the Baltimore Ravens was Ed Reed. And the place he can be found for decades to come is the Pro Football Hall of Fame where his bust will become a permanent resident this fall....

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Mo is heading to the Hall of Fame, Mariano Rivera Becomes the First Unanimous Inductee Into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Let’s remember and celebrate some of the outstanding moments that helped him get there.

Mariano Rivera’s Greatest Moments As A Yankee The Yankees recently added Adam Ottavino to their bullpen of doom, yet no reliever in that deep pen will jog in from beyond the outfield wall and give fans the same sense of security that Mariano Rivera did. Rivera, who we can now call the Hall of Famer Mariano Rivera, is undoubtedly the greatest reliever of all-time, making him one of the most obvious choices to be enshrined in Cooperstown. We know all the stats. An all-time record of 652 saves, while posting a career ERA+ of 205, a 56.3 WAR, and...

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Frank Robinson, Baseball Hall of Famer, One Of The Greatest Baseball Players Of All-Time, And The Only MLB Legend to have statues with three different MLB CLUBS, in three different cities

Frank Robinson is, without reservations, one of the greatest players in baseball history. He is one of only twenty position players to top 100 Wins Above Replacement according to Baseball Reference’s Play Index, he’s a first ballot Hall of Famer, he earned MVP’ awards and World Series championships, and his career is replete with legends of his might and brilliance at the plate. His place in baseball history is as secure as anyone’s, and more secure than most. In studying his career though, something sprung out at me. Robinson is somewhat unique among baseball’s greats, in that no one...

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