Lonzo Ball’s incredible season finished with a whimper, as the star point guard had just 10 points on 4-10 shooting with four turnovers in UCLA’s Sweet Sixteen game against Kentucky. … Continue Reading Pros And Cons Of Drafting Lonzo Ball Number One Overall
Bryce Harper has every quality of a superstar. He has world-class talent, passion for the game, and let’s not forget, the hair to go along with it. He fits the … Continue Reading Bryce Harper: The 400 Million Dollar Man?
Entering his second season at the helm of Michigan’s football program, expectations were sky high for Jim Harbaugh and his Wolverines. After all, Harbaugh took a team that had won … Continue Reading The Case for Michigan to be in the College Football Playoff
Pressbox is a column here on The Sideline. It serves as a medium for writers to rant about some of the hottest takes in the sports world. Read all Pressbox … Continue Reading The Case For An 8 Team CFB Playoff Has Never Been Better
In June of 2015, FiveThirtyEight said that as the number of strikeouts in baseball was going up, so too was the number of pitches per at-bat, and the number of … Continue Reading How a Single Pitch Might Decide The World Series
In the 2010-2011 season, Derrick Rose was named the youngest player ever to win the MVP award, Joakim Noah was named NBA All-Defensive Second team, and Carmelo Anthony was quietly … Continue Reading The Knicks Will Disappoint Once Again
The Cubs defeated the Dodgers last night 10-2 to tie up the National League Championship Series at two games a piece. After getting shut out in two straight games, the … Continue Reading The Cubs Must Emulate The Cavaliers If They Wish To Break The Curse
The national anthem in our country is meant as a sign of unity. We stand together, as one nation, and honor our country. Of course in the history of the … Continue Reading The Kaepernick Saga – Its Time For Football
Pressbox is a column here on The Sideline. It serves as a medium for writers to rant about some of the hottest takes in the sports world. Read all Pressbox … Continue Reading The Economic Bombardment of North Carolina Due To HB2 Must Stop
On Monday Night Football’s Week 1 doubleheader, the LA Rams played their first game as LA’s team since the 1994 season. Their debut was one to be forgotten. They … Continue Reading We Interviewed The LA Rams’ Leading Rusher, That Field Runner Guy
Kevin Durant’s move to the Golden State Warriors followed possibly the greatest NBA season ever and was part of one of the more interesting offseasons in recent memory. Broken records, incredible collapses, and sensational wins kept us entertained from beginning to end…
Since baseball’s origination, teams have had the task of crafting a winning roster. Many have tried and failed over the course of Major League history. After all, just one of … Continue Reading There’s No Template for Building the Perfect MLB Team
The “most valuable player” award is always a fickle assessment. Taking each word at it’s literal meaning, the award should simply be handed to the player with the highest WAR, … Continue Reading Breaking Down the AL MVP Race Candidates
The Perimeter is a column on The Sideline that serves to shine light on the uncovered, the undiscovered, and the unpublished side of the sports world – things you won’t find on … Continue Reading The Early NFL Prospect Nobody Is Talking About… Yet
The SEC has 6 teams in the AP Pre-Season CFB Top 25 this year. That includes preseason favorite and reigning champion Alabama. In the last 10 years, the college football … Continue Reading Saturdays In The South: How The SEC Became Country’s Greatest Football Conference
This is a Rookie Contract piece. Rookie Contract is a column here on The Sideline Sports. It provides analysis on business deals and decisions in the world of sports, as well as reports … Continue Reading In A Summer Of Inflated Contracts, Who Got The Best (And Worst) Value?