The Suns Have Outsmarted Eric Bledsoe, But Will They End Up Outsmarting Themselves?

The restricted free agency of Eric Bledsoe has gone exactly according to plan for the Phoenix Suns. Before the season even ended, the team — including general manager Ryan McDonough and President of Basketball Operations Lon Babby — has made it clear that no matter what kind of contract Bledsoe was offered in free agency, […]


Summer Suns Notes: What Have the Young Players Shown So Far?

The NBA season may have just ended last month with the San Antonio Spurs winning the O’Brien Trophy, but that doesn’t mean basketball stops there. All teams are back in action as they currently take one another on in Las Vegas for the NBA Summer League. The Summer League is used as a time to […]

2014 TSHQ CFB Preview: New Coaching Faces

College Football is a fickle sport where you’re one 4-8 season from being on the hot seat in some situations. As a result just about every season you can count on some jobs opening up and 2014 is no exception with a number of jobs becoming available and some big names taking their talents to […]

Kick Around Podcast

Kick Around Podcast: Episode 9

It’s World Cup Final time! Argentina & Brazil have survived the knockout stages and are ready to face off in the world’s biggest sporting event. James and Kuda are back for another podcast to recap the sudden death games from the highs to the lows so tune in for an hour of that and much more football talk. They also look at some of the transfer stories going around England at the moment and discuss the new Arsenal kit unveiling.


Loyalty Coming Back to Bite the Heat

In the summer of 2010, LeBron James became arguably the largest free agent in the history of professional sports. When he left the Cleveland Cavaliers after the first seven years of his career for a better shot at a title in a more desirable location to live, every variation of the term “loyalty” was thrown [...]

2015 MLB Draft: Cameron, Rodgers Lead Loaded Prep Class

The 2014 MLB draft class was regarded as deep, but lacking in exciting bats. Early on, the 2015 crop looks to be the mirror image of its predecessor- loaded with talented prep hitters but lacking the elite pitching talent that 2014′s class boasted. It’s important to be careful not to shovel too much coal into [...]


Both LeBron & Melo to LA on Max Deals: Unlikely, But Possible

There is a 50% chance this piece is rendered obsolete by the time published due to Melo making a non-Lakers destination decision, and a 100% chance most will see this as sheer Laker lunacy, the latter of which is defensible. The point however is not to treat this as realistic, but more so merely possible, [...]

2015 NFL Draft: Quarterbacks to watch

No position in the NFL garners more heated debates than the quarterback.  When you look at the NFL Draft, there is no difference, as some will throw out as much hyperbole in order to make their point on a quarterback, good or bad, before the player takes a snap in the NFL. One of the [...]



2014 NBA Draft review and free agency primer

2014 NBA Draft review and free agency primer Online Basketball Radio at Blog Talk Radio with Shotguns and Sundresses on BlogTalkRadio Seth is joined by Cole and Keith as they discuss the 2014 NBA Draft. Who are some winners and losers? What were some of the best fits for teams and players? Who is their [...]