What The Celtics Need To Do This Offseason To Build A Contender In 2021-22

The Boston Celtics are coming off a season that was filled with disappointment and frustration. The Celtics were supposed to be the young, exciting team poised to build off their recent success. Instead, despite major strides from budding superstar tandem Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown, the team as a whole, to put it as euphemistically as possible, took a lot of steps in the wrong … Continue reading What The Celtics Need To Do This Offseason To Build A Contender In 2021-22

Boston Red Sox: Contenders or Pretenders?

Going into the 2021 season, expectations for the Red Sox were not very high. Coming off an abysmal 24-36 campaign in the shortened 2020 season, it seemed as if the magic of the 2018 World Champion team had just about completely worn off. Ultimately, it would have been delusional not to have felt this way prior to this season. From trading Andrew Benintendi and Mitch … Continue reading Boston Red Sox: Contenders or Pretenders?

3 Takeaways From The Celtics’ 3-2 Start To The Season

After a lopsided 126-107 victory against the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night, the Celtics will now head into the New Year with a winning record of 3-2. After opening the season with a big win against the Milwaukee Bucks thanks to a game-winning three-pointer from Jayson Tatum, the Celtics then lost by a large margin to the Nets and looked overmatched by Kevin Durant, Kyrie … Continue reading 3 Takeaways From The Celtics’ 3-2 Start To The Season

Previewing The Patriots’ Week 3 Matchup Against The Raiders

Through the first two weeks of the season, it’s hard not to be optimistic about what the Patriots have going on. The new-look Patriots cruised to a 21-11 victory in week 1 against Miami, and they were one play away from beating arguably the best team in the NFC, the Seattle Seahawks, in week 2. With Cam Newton playing at an elite level, transitioning to … Continue reading Previewing The Patriots’ Week 3 Matchup Against The Raiders

Celtics-Raptors Series Preview

The Celtics and Raptors are both going into the second round feeling very good about themselves. Boston coasted through the first round in a sweep of the 76ers, and Toronto also swept their first round opponent in a lopsided series against the Brooklyn Nets. While any sweep is impressive, it should be noted that Philadelphia was without arguably their best player in Ben Simmons who … Continue reading Celtics-Raptors Series Preview

Taking A Look At The Red Sox’ Early Season Struggles

The Red Sox’ first ten games have been rough to say the least. They currently have a record of 3-7 and they’re in last place in the AL East. Under normal circumstances, the first ten games would not mean much over the 162 game marathon that is a regular MLB season, but in this 60 game sprint, every game is important and the Red Sox … Continue reading Taking A Look At The Red Sox’ Early Season Struggles

Why 2020 Can be Great for the Red Sox

Michael O’ConnorJuly 23, 2020 The Boston Red Sox are not exactly in a win-now situation, they traded All Stars Mookie Betts and David Price in February to the Dodgers for a cluster of young players. Chirs Sale’s season is over after having to have Tommy John Surgery; and if J.D. Martinez has a great year, he can potentially opt-out of his contract and sign with … Continue reading Why 2020 Can be Great for the Red Sox

The 5 Red Sox Prospects Most Likely To Have A Role In 2020

There are a lot of question marks going into the 2020 season for the Boston Red Sox. The team lost some major pieces in the offseason, most notably right fielder and 2018 MVP Mookie Betts and starting pitcher David Price who were both traded to the Dodgers. On top of that, Chris Sale, the ace of the Red Sox’ pitching staff, will be sidelined for … Continue reading The 5 Red Sox Prospects Most Likely To Have A Role In 2020