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Instant Replay

  I couldn’t help but notice the lack of instant replay video review in the NCAA Tournament. That makes sense because there isn’t any. The sports entertainment industry has come a long way from its early days of undeniable human error element. From the times where Maradona made the iconic refereeing no

Miami Open, Early Rounds | March 21st, 2018

The early rounds of the Miami Open were all about the women. We’ll save the men for another day. Yesterday and today had so many storylines on the women’s side that I can’t help but show them love. ☀🌴🎾#MiamiOpen is the place to be. pic.twitter.com/I1fHsjmSrc — Miami Open (@MiamiOpen) March 21, 2018 Let’s

The Lemon Drop – Deja Vu Deuce

What year is it? At 29 years old, I am constantly faced with something I like to call age ambivalence. It's an interesting feeling, really. The beginning of my adulthood - more like prolonged adolescence - feels like it wasn't too far away, but at times, more like an eternity. It

Closing Out The Miami Open

It’s interesting, really, when considering greatness and everything it encompasses. Greatness is seldom recognized in the present, it often becomes more evident with the passing of time for it provides historical perspective. However, there are instances where we don’t really need to take the step back for a better look.

A Night At The Open

How lucky are we? Honestly, did we ever think we would see this again? Venus Williams, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer. Continued excellence has a way of being taken for granted. It's natural really, for the audience at least, but it is also unacceptable. Federer and Nadal hold all-time status even