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Wanna Know What Would Be Cool Leading Scorer Rewards

By Eduardo Monk Jr Basketball is a sport of who can score the most buckets, so averaging the most buckets in the entire league is an accomplishment equivalent to an All-NBA team selection. Being the most efficient scorer on a... Continue Reading →


Lions-Giants Monday Night Football Preview

Joseph Beaudet I get to watch a Lions game Monday! And so does everybody else in the country. The Giants play host to a Lions team that lost 17-6 in their Week 15 matchup at MetLife Stadium. It leaves room... Continue Reading →

Wanna Know What Would Be Cool? Custom Championship Jerseys

  By Eduardo Monk Jr. Welcome to the latest series on Sporting Daily! Every Monday and Friday, I will be posting an article explaining some random idea I had that would make the sports world a little more fun. Whether... Continue Reading →

Why the Blackhawks are done

Joseph Beaudet Now, I know what you're thinking. Why in the world is a Wings fan writing about a team being 'done'? Well, it's because I am simply unable to come to terms with the fact that the Red Wings... Continue Reading →

What To Do With LeBron James

By Eduardo Monk Jr   LeBron James has the city of Cleveland in the palm of his hand. He’s the King of the entire league since the LeBron era began in 2003. Yeah, he burned the city for Miami in... Continue Reading →

Realistic Red Wings Expectations

Joseph Beaudet   I've pointed it out numerous times before. The Detroit Red Wings, for the first time in 25 years, missed the playoffs last season. After barely managing to scrape in the two season prior, it was only a... Continue Reading →

NHL Season Projections

Joseph Beaudet   Nothing has been posted in a while. Baseball is boring to write about until the trade deadline, basketball is just always boring to write about if I'm completely honest, football is dead, and that brings us to... Continue Reading →

The Secret Genius of Danny Ainge

By Eduardo Monk Jr.   This offseason has been blockbuster after blockbuster. Jimmy Butler to the Timberwolves, Paul George to the Thunder, the first overall pick and with it Markelle Fultz to the 76ers, Chris Paul to the Rockets. And... Continue Reading →

The Second Round Kicker Who Couldn’t Cut It-And Why That Doesn’t Even Matter

By Eduardo Monk Jr. It was only but a season ago when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made the Florida State star Roberto Aguayo was the highest drafted kicker in the NFL since 2005 with Mike Nugent and the New York... Continue Reading →

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