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R.I.P. Brandon Knight

As many of you know, I love Twitter (insert shameless follow me @QuimSauceLIVE plug here).  So when I woke up this morning, and saw the national attention Detroit Pistons second-year guard Brandon Knight was getting, I hoped it was for the right reasons.  After further investigation, it wasn’t.   As the tape clearly shows, DeAndre … Continue reading

Bad Lip Reading

With only one game left in the 2012-13 NFL season, and only two of the 32 teams remaining, it’s safe to say that if you aren’t a fan of the San Francisco 49ers or the Baltimore Ravens you’re pretty disappointed in how your team’s season ended up.  Well quit pouting for the next 3 minutes, … Continue reading

Top Plays from the NBA: Week 4

After this weekend I can officially embrace the NBA is back in full swing.  And with this weekends lackluster NFL match-ups, and with my beloved/hated Detroit Lions having already played during the week I needed to get my sports fix elsewhere.  Week 4 of the 2012-13 NBA season did not disappoint.  There were three plays … Continue reading

Sam Gordon, Pee-Wee Stud

Sam (Samantha) Gordon is the latest internet celebrity, right in the height of her 15 minutes of fame.  HER pee-wee football highlight tape has been shown all over ESPN, ABC, and went beyond viral with over 2 million views this week before her father inexplicably removed it from YouTube. This 9-year-old has been compared to … Continue reading

Delmon Young, Detroit’s (ex) Bad Boy

I won’t lie, I’m pretty new to baseball.  But with the help of a couple of friends I’m learning the game and have become a fan of the sport.  And with my hometown Detroit Tigers making it all the way to the World Series, the MLB became pretty fun and easy to follow.  However one Tiger … Continue reading

Say Goodbye to Brian Scalabrine

Last week, ESPN reported that one of the NBA’s Greats hung up his jersey after a stellar 11-year career. Brian Scalabrine a.k.a. The White Mamba has called it quits after a legendary run.  He began his career in 2001 with the New Jersey Nets, led the Boston Celtics to an NBA Champion in 2008, and decided … Continue reading

College Football is BACK!

This past Saturday (and Thursday at some schools) was a day millions of students, alumni, and fans had been waiting for since January.  The recruiting, the signing, the scandals, and the wait are behind us. NCAA Division I FBS Football is BACK! Welcome back tailgates, Saturday get-togethers, week-long arguments over predictions, and week-long grudges held … Continue reading

The Dream Team

The U.S. Men’s Olympic Basketball team is a shoo-in for a gold medal.  The team’s core of Kobe Bryant, Carmelo Anthony, LeBron James, Chris Paul, and Deron Williams are intact from the 2008 gold medal team.  Not to mention Tyson Chandler, Kevin Durant, Kevin Love, Andre Igoudala, and Russell Westbrook all won gold medals for … Continue reading

Bye-num: Lakers need to make a move to be champions again

Mitch Kupchack has his hands full this off-season. The Los Angeles Lakers general manager enters an uncomfortable position where his superstar  is aging, but young pieces could be the future. Kobe Bryant, who will be 34 entering next season, averaged 30 points per game in 12 playoff games this season. He won’t be lacking production … Continue reading

Dribbling Billboards?

We gave you the scoop on the NFL revolution.  Now we’re covering a topic sure to be the center of the near future’s most heated round table discussions.  What is it, you ask?  Individual athlete sponsorship.  It’s a common practice among athletes in boxing, MMA, auto racing, and team sports abroad. But, the NBA, MLB, … Continue reading

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