Greg Dalgetty

Things seemed peachy in June, when Wiggins—the most highly touted basketball prospect since LeBron James—was drafted first overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers. It looked like our hometown hero would be playing alongside Kyrie Irving and fellow Canadians Anthony Bennett and Tristan Thompson. What was not to love? I couldn’t wait for the season to start. […]

  Ryan Covel

Possibly because I’m an Arsenal fan, but this seems to be one of the most active transfer windows, specifically when it comes to big players. While we’ve had some big names come to the English Premier League (EPL), we’ve also seen some huge names go, such as the league’s top goal scorer, Luis Suarez. Whatever […]

  Max Cubello

It seems that the era of athletes playing out their entire careers with a single franchise is nothing more than a distant memory. The Steve Yzerman’s and Mario Lemieux’s of the NHL are a thing of the past, mere myths we will tell our children about some day. “Yes son, Nik Lidstrom played every game […]

  Michael Distefano

Masai Ujuri was already a recipient of the NBA Executive of the Year award when Toronto lured him out of Denver, and since coming to Toronto he has made a couple of huge trades to shed some cap off the Raptors’ books by dealing away bad contracts former GM Bryan Colangelo had given out. Yes, […]

  Michael Distefano

Just days before the trade deadline, Calgary Flames all-star veteran Jarome Iginla had been generating a lot of heated trade discussion around the league. There were seemingly four teams in the running for the all-star winger: Boston, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, and Detroit. Then, on the eve of March 27th, it seemed evident that the Boston […]

  Eric DePriester

In Los Angeles, we have a special way of solving just about any problem: throw money at it. Be it luxury homes, street whips, blockbuster movies, or sports franchises, the solution to Angelino woes is often a swift financial influx trying to buy the problem away. As often as it works, we are also given […]

  Michael Distefano

It has certainly been a long time coming but finally the New York Jets and Tampa Bay Buccaneers have agreed upon terms of a deal that will send Darrelle Revis to Tampa. In return the Buccaneers will send their 13th pick in this weeks’ NFL draft, along with a conditional 3rd rounder in next years’ […]

  Peter Lowry

So just how big is this trade the Blue Jays made with the Marlins yesterday? Here’s your answer: if you made a bet in Las Vegas that the Toronto Blue Jays would win the 2013 World Series on Tuesday morning, your odds would have been 100-1. If you tried to make the same bet on […]