Should LeBron James leave the Cavaliers?

Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James is a free agent at the end of the season, and many are speculating as to where he will be next year. Many thought he would retire in Cleveland, but some questionable signings and bad chemistry with the organization may mean it's time to jump ship. Still, Cleveland is his hometown team, and retiring as a Cavalier would be the perfect capstone to his legend…

Greatest Super Bowl halftime performer ever: Prince or Beyoncé?

The Super Bowl halftime show has been must-see TV since Michael Jackson's 1993 history-making performance—but who was really the greatest Super Bowl performer of all time? Many say it was Prince in 2007. His Purple Majesty issued blistering guitar solos despite a rainstorm so intense it damaged his guitar. Others vote for Beyoncé, who stole the 2016 show from Coldplay and Bruno Mars with an unapol…

Is NASCAR really a sport?

NASCAR returns in mid-February with the 60th running of the Daytona 500. NASCAR drivers put their lives on the line in an intense battle for position every week. But is what they do be considered a sport? These competitors control over 850 horsepower, with precise movements and incredible coordination, using muscle memory to push their cars to the limit for hours on end. Still, it doesn’t take any…

Are ‘superteams’ good for the NBA?

ESPN published a Chris Haynes report stating that LeBron James would be open to joining the Golden State Warriors if they had a max slot open, potentially creating an unstoppable superteam. These superteams can generate a lot of interest and show fans some of the best basketball they can ever see. However, making the NBA this top heavy is not good for small market teams, and is ruining the competi…

Is Tom Brady the greatest quarterback of all time?

Tom Brady is playing in his eighth Super Bowl, proving that he is one of the best quarterbacks to ever play in the NFL. But is he the greatest of all time? With a career 97.6 quarterback rating, 13 Pro Bowl appearances, and two MVP awards—many are saying Brady is the greatest quarterback to ever play the game. But critics argue Brady owes most of his success to coach Bill Belichick, and scandals l…

Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin: Who wins the rematch?

HBO announced Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin will square off in the ring in a rematch set for May 5. Alvarez is the younger fighter and hungry to avenge the loss he suffered late last year, making him dangerous. Golovkin won the last match and already has the formula to beat Alvarez. He also has that notorious one-punch knockout power he can employ at any time. Who wins? 🥊…

Is it time for Cleveland Indians fans to bury Chief Wahoo?

The Cleveland Indians are removing the controversial Chief Wahoo logo from the team's uniforms starting in 2019. Many feel like this move was years in the making, with the logo considered a racist caricature by many fans. Still, others blame political correctness for unfairly maligning the logo and want to keep the traditional mascot around. What do you think? ⚾…

Does Ronda Rousey belong in the WWE?

Former UFC fighter Ronda Rousey is officially in the WWE after making an appearance at the Royal Rumble. After a string of losses in the UFC, Rousey may be a perfect fit for pro wrestling—she has the star power and athletic ability. Still, Rousey is only 30 years old and still considered a top-five fighter by some publications in her weight class. This could be a step backward for her career. Was…

Should the NBA let players smoke marijuana?

Former NBA Commissioner David Stern told Uninterrupted that marijuana should be taken off the banned list. Marijuana has medicinal properties that help with pain and anxiety, properties that could benefit NBA players. For big men with chronic knee pain, the sticky icky is a godsend. However, marijuana is still illegal at the federal level and promoting marijuana use to minors who look up to the pl…

Should Michigan State sports get the death penalty?

Larry Nassar is just the tip of the iceberg for Michigan State. ESPN Outside the Lines reports the university has a history of denial, inaction and information suppression—in regards to sexual assault—dating as far back as 1997. This could be considered lack of institutional control and some believe the university should lose its sports programs as punishment. However, with Baylor and Penn State w…