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Tag Archives: Michael Jordan
Why do many high-paid athletes go broke after retirement? Many suggest it is due to lack of planning, but it comes down to more than that. It can be compared to that of lotto winnings where all of a sudden … Continue reading
If it bleeds, it leads. That’s the tenet of many media organizations when deciding which stories to report on first. Our society focuses on the negative; international conflicts, murderers, serious crimes, famous people making huge mistakes, the list goes on. … Continue reading
The 2014 UConn (University of Connecticut) Huskies men’s and women’s college basketball teams have just claimed the National Title in their respective leagues. They are the only school in NCAA Division I basketball history-to-date, where both have taken the title … Continue reading
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They are the two most iconic basketball superstars ever to walk on a court but when it comes to who is the greatest, its always up for debate. LeBron James or Michael Jordan. A lot of the older sports fans … Continue reading
Once in a while, a player of outstanding ability rises above the rest to dominate in the sport of basketball. Some of these young athletes go on to the pros to continue their winning streaks. Through rigorous training, religious dedication, … Continue reading