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Today’s edition features rookie no-hitters, LeBron James’ legacy and an NFL wide receiver who will be very busy next season.
Sit back, relax and take a look back at an exciting day in the world of sports. Here is the best of the best courtesy of FanRag Sports.
There are a lot of different ways to perceive LeBron James’ performance thus far. Some view it as one of the greatest of all time, others see it as fairly inefficient. Either way, if he wins it all, it has to be called effective.
Fastbreak’s Nekias Duncan says at some point context has to matter for all players, not just a select few. Fans must realize there is more than one way or playing style to win a title. LeBron does not have to win in the same way Michael Jordan did.
The Edmonton Oilers have not had a lot of success in recent years, and a big reason why is their lack of depth at the forward positions. However, they improved in that area last season, with several young players taking over for older, high-priced players.
Slapshot’s Sonny Sachdeva hands out his grades for Edmonton’s bottom six with full analysis of each player’s role on the team.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Chris Heston threw this season’s first no-hitter on Tuesday. Heston fanned 11 in his no-no against the New York Mets, marking the fourth consecutive season a Giants pitcher has thrown a no-hitter.
Knuckleball’s Chris Lacey takes a look back at some other rookies who threw no-hitters in his latest Throwback Thursday piece.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have to rely on their passing game next season if they hope to get out of the NFC South’s cellar. The addition of No. 1 overall pick Jameis Winston to the offense will help propel the team into the next era of Buccaneers football.
Pigskin’s Jake Perper says Jackson will be the busiest player on the Buccaneers’ offense because his experience and effectiveness can be used all over the field.
What college basketball teams should you buy or sell heading into the 2015-16 season? U’s Bobby Reagan picks some of the teams whose stock you should buy and which you should sell. Is your team’s stock on the rise? Is it falling? Find out.
Mexico City, Mexico will host Cain Velasquez vs Fabricio Werdum, the five-round, Main Event headliner at UFC 188 for the Unified UFC Heavyweight Championship on Saturday night. Cain Velasquez is the heavy favorite to win.
Knockout’s Dane Curley breaks down the fight and all the information you need to have before placing your bets. Before you call your bookie or head to Vegas, give this a read.