It hasn't always been a societal norm to show restraint when interpreting the actions of people with a history of abhorrent behavior which allows us to easily jump to conclusions. We're starting to see compassion and empathy for the mental state that almost undoubtedly is a contributing factor.
October 22, 2022
Next time that you think that it’s crazy how young kids are when they start to be treated as athletic commodities, remember that this is not limited to just AAU or America... It's Global.
Last week, it was announced that the Arizona Coyotes were facing a lockout of their own arena by the local city government in Glendale, Arizona for not paying their bills to the city.
If this one-year experiment gets adopted, will more and more coaches have one eye on another job and one foot out the door before the regular season ends?
It has become official that the NHL and the NHLPA have agreed not to go to China for the Winter Olympics. All over the internet, you’ll find an explanation of reasons as to why the players aren’t going. But here’s the bigger question: What does this mean for hockey at the Olympics going forward?
Which teams will go all in in the next two-to-three years? If Mike Brown is serious about spending money and winning a Super Bowl, the Bengals will.
The sports media culture of today is not taking enough blame here. Let’s be real, it can be kind of fun to dream about where different players could move. Imagining these scenarios is part of the fun for basketball fans… but by 2022, it’s gone too far. We often forget the product that is actually on the floor. More specifically, we forget that championship teams don’t just happen immediately.
It’s already a league that has to lean heavily on revenue sharing because there’s a big divide between the Haves and the Have Nots. Let’s not create two more Have Nots just yet.
The act of using PED’s in a league that didn’t care about PED’s at the time shouldn’t keep someone out of that very league’s Hall of Fame.
By today’s standards we can see that too many schools and athletes didn’t just pay an unfair price for the NCAA’s archaic rules – they paid a price that they shouldn’t have paid at all. Give Reggie Bush his Heisman back.
While the first ever Week 18 of the NFL season provided for some fantastic drama and an extra week of football for us fans, it also must be questioned whether or not the extra week of football was worth it to the players actually doing the work on the field.
If people are going to connect with a player’s message – or care about any message that they see publicly enough to take an action – it helps them to see it more than once.
Remember, even top-level pro athletes have had lingering effects of covid even after they’ve beaten it, especially in terms of endurance. Don’t get mad at yourself. The most important part of being an athlete is your mindset, not the numbers you put up on any given day. Especially on a day just after your badass body has beaten a plague.
In the NHL, the teams are allowed to eat up to half of the salary of a player whom they are trading. Why doesn’t the NBA do this?
Inexperienced bettors might get into trouble if they don’t know what they’re doing. The Super Bowl is probably the biggest opportunity for this to happen, so here is a quick guide about the basics of gambling if you’re an inexperienced bettor looking to have a little fun this Sunday.
Baseball needs a culture change to adapt to the fast times we live in. And that’s why, unfortunately, the news that MLB might lose a handful of games in the beginning of one season isn’t all that newsworthy.
At JRZY, we’re having different writers tell you about why and how they find inspiration from Tommie Smith and John Carlos. As a refresher, these two sprinters raised their fists at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City on the winners’ podium to protest the racial unrest that was happening at the time.