Bachelorette Intro Rundown!

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Finally.  At long last, we are reunited with ABC’s darling drama, The Bachelorette.  This year’s Bachelorette crop looks like a Nick Saban recruiting class – there’s a little bit of everything.  Some black, some white, a Samoan, and some wildcards.  This colorful crop of men is competing for the heart of Rachel, a Texas lawyer who was outdone last year by a hillbilly and an aspiring actress in the quest for 50% of Nick’s assets love.  The first episode is always a reminder to society that these people are real Americans that pay taxes and have the right to vote and procreate freely.  It’s a testament to the power of love, as a group of men rely on unemployment checks and high-interest loans to live in high-end suits, $60 V-neck tees, and extremely short swim trunks in a quest for romance.  It’s intro night.  Let’s hit it.

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2017 NBA Draft: May Big Board & Mock Draft

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First things first, take a look at this Bleacher Report article about the Rights to Ricky Sanchez Lottery Party on Tuesday night.  Notice anyone in particular wearing neon shirts with a goat on it?  That’s right.  The sons have gone global.

Second, there will be plenty of draft coverage to come over the next month.  In the coming weeks, our coverage will include:

  • Top 50 Prospect Rankings
  • Full First-Round Mock Draft
  • Sixers Draft/Trade Alternatives
  • Holden’s Mock Draft/Hot Takes/Heat Check Extravaganza

It will be a busy but fun month for us here, so stay tuned for all of your draft needs.


For past versions click here: January – February – March – April

Top 15 Prospects

1 – Markelle Fultz (PG – 6’4” 195 lbs, Washington – FR)  —  previous rank: 1

2 – Lonzo Ball (PG – 6’6” 190 lbs, UCLA – FR)  —  previous rank: 2

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Scouting Report: Reading Fightin Phils

One of the perks of working for the Portland Sea Dogs is that I can go to games when I’m free.  With Reading in for a weekend, I decided to make some free time so I could look at some of the guys that may be playing at Citizen’s Bank Park in the coming years.

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Hats, Horses, and Happiness: Kentucky Derby Preview

It’s time for the fastest two minutes in sports!  Find your light blue shorts, dust off your elitist fanciest hat, and prepare to google ‘Randy Moss horse racing’.  Whether you’re on your way to place your bets or are headed to a derby party, I’m here to give you the rundown on the field to give you a leg up on the rest of the crowd.  I’ll even give some FREE picks for all you degenerates out there!

NOTE: Odds are from KentuckyDerby.com as of 5/6 at 1:00 PM.  All analysis is based on 30 seconds of research on the internet as I wrote.
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Draft Recap: What We Thought

nfldraft_c-smyth_08-780uw-780x480After all the nervous anticipation, the 2017 NFL Draft has come and gone. Philadelphia has received broad acclaim for turning the sometimes monotonous event into a full-on football experience. But more importantly, the Philadelphia Eagles have a crop of new players. So, with that in mind, the gang answered a few questions:

The picks are in. The 2017 Bears are the Browns of yesteryear. The Eagles have an exciting new talent corps. What grade are you giving the Eagles for this draft? Continue reading