It’s that time of year again in the NBA, that point in the season where team GMs have to look themselves in the mirror and make the tough decisions on whether to make a trade or stay put. Advertisements
With the Golden State Warriors on pace to win 75 games, there has been plenty of talk all season about their place in history and the unavoidable comparison to the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls who just so happen to be on the 20th anniversary of their 72 win season.
Every year in Fantasy Football you face having to make a tough decision on whether to drop a star player who’s underperforming.
Once the NFL season starts and Fantasy Football drafts are complete, success, in many respects, is about watching and reacting. However, when it comes to adding players from the waiver wire or making trades, it’s difficult to get the timing just right.
Keeth Smart–our favorite Olympic medalist–drops by on this episode of the Section 357 Show to talk about his new venture, RXACTIVE, a sports activewear technology company. Keeth gives some insight on starting the company, tending to the business of raising money and product development, and comparing this process to his training for the Olympics.
In this episode of the Section 357 Show, Floyd and Big Shot Ron discuss the recent N.W.A Biopic “Straight Outta Compton”, the impact of Fantasy Football on the Madden video game franchise, and highlight the recent practice of celebrating Hip-Hop album anniversaries.
For all the Fantasy Football players out there, each week throughout the NFL regular season I’ll be sharing some thoughts on the Fantasy Football landscape. Call it advice. Call it insight. Call it wisdom. Just don’t call it a comeback. (I’ve been here for years.)
Riding on the MARTA train on the way to my first WNBA game, I had to ask myself, “Why am I just now doing this?” As an NBA fan and a fan of the sport of basketball for as long as I can remember, it felt odd to have largely overlooked the WNBA since its…
In this episode of the Section 357 Show, we cover the motivations, accusations, and conversations surrounding the beef between Drake and Meek Mill. Rarely in hip-hop has the discord between two artists spilled over into pop culture in this way, with brands, celebrities, and athletes all weighing in on the matter.
With the NBA in its post-draft/free agency period, Big Shot Ron and Floyd decide to have a 2nd (or 3rd) helping of NBA conversation at the family BBQ to address some pressing questions around the structure and state of the league heading into next season.