What is America's favorite pastime: Lacrosse or basketball?

Sports have been ingrained in American culture since before colonial times. Since then, a number of sports have captured the hearts of many Americans, but The Tylt wants to know what you think is America's pastime. In this matchup, we have basketball and lacrosse. Basketball has quickly become a much-beloved street and professional sport. Lacrosse is semi-regional, but the fans are some of the...
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What is America's favorite pastime: Football or baseball?

Sports have been ingrained in American culture since before colonial times. Since then, a number of sports have captured the hearts of many Americans, but The Tylt wants to know what you think is America's pastime. In this matchup, we have football and baseball. Football is the most popular sport in the country, with its hard hits and thrilling acrobatics. Baseball is a sport rooted in the...
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Who's the best WNBA player: Breanna Stewart or Maya Moore?

The WNBA season is over and the Seattle Storm is the last team standing. Leading the way for the WNBA champions was Finals MVP Breanna Stewart, who averaged 25.7 points and six rebounds for the series and some feel like she established herself as the best player in the league after also winning this year's regular season MVP. Others feel like this is still Maya Moore's league and Stewart needs...
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Which umpires are the biggest snowflakes: Tennis or baseball?

Tennis umpires are allegedly threatening to boycott future matches with Serena Williams after they felt tennis organizations didn't do enough to protect Carlos Ramos, who was skewered by the public for assessing Williams a game penalty. Some think chair umpires' inability to take the frustration of a player makes them the softest referees in the game. Still, baseball's umpires are known to throw...
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Will the U.S. men's soccer team qualify for the next World Cup?

The United States Men's National Team was left out of the last World Cup, but they showed promise by defeating Mexico, 1-0 in an international friendly. It's four years until the next men's World Cup and some are confident the team will qualify. Others believe the U.S. soccer team will not recover from their latest failure unless some wholesale changes are made, and will be left out of the 2022...
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Is Matthew Stafford worth over $27 million a year?

Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is getting paid $27 million per year—one of the richest contracts in the league. Stafford has become one of the most clutch quarterbacks in the NFL and hasn’t missed a game in six years. Some say he's earned that money. However, his play on the field has been inconsistent. Just look at his first game of the 2018 season or that the fact that Stafford has...
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Should Shohei Ohtani stop pitching forever?

Los Angeles Angels star Shohei Ohtani tore his ulnar collateral ligament (UCL), requiring Tommy John surgery in the offseason and ending his pitching season. However, he has continued hitting and is on pace to finish with a .294 batting average and currently has 19 home runs. Some think that the wear and tear of pitching is too stressful on him and he should stop before it cuts his career short....
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Should Jon Gruden go back to the booth?

Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden reportedly got a $100 million contract to return to the NFL, but it looks like the returns will be slow to come. The Raiders lost their opening game to the Los Angeles Rams, 33-13. Some believe this early season game is a harbinger of things to come for the team and Gruden should just go back to the announcing booth. Others think Gruden can still bring the...
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Should tennis allow on-court coaching at all tournaments?

Serena Williams was penalized for receiving coaching at the U.S. Open and assessed a game penalty for verbal abuse arguing against it. Some feel tennis should allow in-match coaching in all of its tournaments because getting the best out each athlete is paramount. However, one of the draws of the sport is whatever happens on the court is a product of the competitor’s brilliance and fortitude...
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Who had the better performance following an injury: Aaron Rodgers or Paul Pierce?

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers went down with a nasty-looking knee injury that required him to be carted back to the locker room. That didn't prevent him from coming back in the second half and leading the team from a 20-3 deficit in the fourth quarter to a 24-23 win against the Chicago Bears. This was very similar to when Paul Pierce was wheelchaired off in the 2008 NBA Finals, only...
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