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New England Patriots: NFL Draft 2014 Overview

The New England Patriots bolstered their roster with an eye to the future in the 2014 NFL Draft. Bill Belichick’s side selected nine players in the selection process in New York City, who will join Darrelle Revis, Brandon Browner and Brandon LaFell to the side that lost the AFC Championship side last season. New England […]

Can the Boston Red Sox Defend their MLB Crown?

As the start of the 2014 Major League Baseball season continues to draw closer, preparations will be kicked up a notch for every team hoping to become the World Series champions. The Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks will kick off the new season with a ground-breaking game on March 22nd in Sydney, Australia, as […]

Sochi 2014: A look back at Men’s Ice Hockey

The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics has drawn to a close now and the Paralympics are nearing the final stages. Did you know that Gala Casino are getting in the spirit of the Sochi Winter Olympics with their Ice Hockey-themed slot game which has all the thrills of the fast-paced, dangerous sport? They have helped us […]

Reviewing the Celtics’ Inactivity at NBA Trade Deadline

The deadline day for trades was Thursday and the Boston Celtics were in the middle of speculation for different trade rumors that were surrounding different players in the NBA for the past few weeks; starting with Rajon Rondo, but there was nothing certain. You can find more details about this rumor at Sportsbook Review. Brad […]

Best Fantasy Football Team Names of 2013

Wit. Puns. A twist of phrase. Coming up with a quality fantasy football team name can be difficult. Unlike real sports, your team name needs to show off your rumor and obvious intelligence. One of the absolute best aspects of playing any kind of fantasy football is taking the time to track down some of […]

Should the Celtics be Tanking?

The Boston Celtics started a deep rebuilding process this past summer. They traded away Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce and they even sent Doc Rivers to the LA Clippers. In exchange, they received a bunch of draft picks for the next few seasons. So normally, they were expected to be tanking by now, a month […]

Celtics Rookie Profile: Kelly Olynyk

Despite being in the early stages of his NBA career as a rookie, Kelly Olynyk has already shown signs of great potential in professional basketball. Like any other Canadian who chooses a career in the sport, the giant twenty-two year old has already diminished the usual American-Canadian mockery of opting to play basketball over ice […]

Beers and Balls: 6 of the Best Sports Bars in Boston

Bostonians and sports go together better than socks and the color red, so it’s no surprise that there are tons of great sports bars in the Boston area. Whether they’re within an earshot of Fenway Park or cross-town from the Green Monster, Beantown’s sports bars simply bring the spirit of competition alive. With beers and […]

Top Rated Televisions to Watch Your Favorite Boston Teams On

If you’re a sports fan, you know that you have to have the right TV. A bad television can ruin the entire game for those watching. If you’re on the lookout for a new TV to watch your favorite Boston teams on, there are a number of options. Make sure you check out the specs […]

Infographic: Business of College Football Equipment

Did you know that college football equipment—the jerseys, the pads, the helmets—represents a multimillion-dollar business? Some of the biggest universities in the country dish our more than $100,000 to dress their players, while others have some of the highest sponsorship deals with apparel companies like Nike and Adidas. In this infographic, SpareFoot takes a deeper look at equipment […]

Are You a Superstitious Bruins Fan?

It’s that beautiful time of year, when Boston’s beloved Bruins take to the ice. Fans everywhere cheer on the best hockey team in the world, because we know the 2013-14 season is our year. This is the year the Bruins will take home the Stanley Cup again. The Bruins have high chances, especially if you […]

College Basketball and Sports Betting: Maximize Your Winning Potential

Nothing beats college basketball. The sense of passion and excitement that it brings simply embodies the American spirit that is why it is religiously watched by sports fanatics across the country. College players do not play for big contracts or shoe deals; they play their hearts out for the fans and basically for the love […]

Last-Minute Fantasy Football Draft First Pick Strategy in 2-QB Leagues

Here’s some last-minute fantasy football draft advice for those in a two-quarterback league. Who should you draft: Adrian Peterson or one of the top quarterbacks? Generally, the top performers at each position last year finished at similar levels. That changes a little from year to year, too, but generally the league rules are the biggest […]

2013 NFL Preseason: Ready for Some Action?

Now that summer is coming to an end, it’s time to get ready for some NFL betting action. The NFL preseason kicks off this Sunday, August 4th when the Miami Dolphins and the Dallas Cowboys meet in the annual Hall of Fame Game, which is set to follow the induction ceremonies held on the previous […]

Alomar and Blyleven Enshrined – Palmeiro, Bagwell, and Smith Snubbed

The Baseball Hall of Fame announced Monday that Roberto Alomar and Bert Blyleven both receive the number of votes necessary for enshrinement. Alomar recived 90 percent of the vote while Blyleven received 79.7 percent. 75 percent of the vote is required for a player to become a member of the Hall of Fame. The next […]