NBA Regular Season Awards: Giannis Takes the MVP

With the NBA playoffs already in full swing, this is the perfect time to look back at what was an amazing regular season.  We saw records fall, streaks end, and more drama then we anticipated.  The most memorable thing about this season were the performances. It seemed like the NBA’s elite were putting together masterful performances every week.  While a large number of players were amazing this year, let us shine a spotlight on the best of the best and predict who will win the regular season awards:

This Day in Sports History: April 18

On April 18, 1966 NBA hall of famer Bill Russell was named the first African American coach in NBA history. Bill Russell was the cornerstone of the Boston Celtics’ dynasty of the 1960s, an uncanny shot blocker who revolutionized NBA defensive concepts. A five-time NBA Most Valuable Player and a 12-time All-Star, the angular center amassed 21,620 career rebounds, an average of 22.5 per game and led the league in rebounding four times. He had 51 boards in one game, 49 in two others and a dozen consecutive seasons of 1,000 or more rebounds.

WrestleMania 35 Preview

Marquist Parker Sports Editor The road to WrestleMania is almost over and this year’s card looks to be one of the most stacked in years.  Last year’s show was a bit of a letdown, so I’m excited to see how the Read More …

Why Cheerleading is a Sport

Nyimah Jackson   Staff Writer The debate surrounding whether cheerleading is a sport has been argued for years. The Oxford Dictionary defines a sport as, “An activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another Read More …

This Day In Sports History

Marquist Parker   Sports Editor On March 21, 1994, NHL legend Wayne Gretzky tied Gordie Howe’s National Hockey League (NHL) record 801 goals. Arguably hockey’s greatest player, Wayne Gretzky played for the Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues and Read More …