Lawler vs MacDonald Becomes an Instant Classic

While the main event of UFC 189 was McGregor vs Mendes, the co-main event between Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald is the bout that stole the show. The 5 round title fight was an exciting, back and forth fight, not to mention it was a blood bath. After a close first round, the champion LawlerContinue reading “Lawler vs MacDonald Becomes an Instant Classic”

Monta Ellis Signs With Pacers

Monta Ellis is leaving Dallas for Indiana. The former Maverick averaged nearly 19 points per game last year, and proved to be more of a team player with his stint in Dallas as opposed to earlier in his career.   The Pacers secured Ellis with a 4 year $44m contract, featuring a player option forContinue reading “Monta Ellis Signs With Pacers”

Milwaukee Gives Monroe a Max Deal

Ex-Pistons forward Greg Monroe cashed in today, inking a 3 year max deal with the Bucks worth $50m and includes a player option in the third year.   Despite being in a crowded frontcourt with Andre Drummond, Monroe averaged 15.9 points and 10.2 boards per game last season in Detroit. Drummond and Monroe have similarContinue reading “Milwaukee Gives Monroe a Max Deal”

Arron Afflalo Signs in New York

Arron Afflalo is headed to New York on a two year $16m contract, with the 2nd year being a player option. With a good season, Afflalo could cash in next offseason. Afflalo started off last season on the Nuggets before being traded to the Trail Blazers midseason, averageing 13.3 points per game. He should beContinue reading “Arron Afflalo Signs in New York”

Paul Pierce Chooses the Clippers

Former Wizards forward and longtime Celtic Paul Pierce reunited with his old Boston coach Doc Rivers today. Pierce inked a 3 years $10m deal earlier today. Pierce averaged nearly 12 points per game last season for the Wizards and proved in the playoffs he is still a clutch shooter. Pierce will provide the Clippers withContinue reading “Paul Pierce Chooses the Clippers”

Millsap Stays in Atlanta

Atlanta Hawks big man Paul Millsap will be staying in Atlanta on a 3 year $58m deal, with the third year being a player option. In his first two years with the Hawks, Millsap was a two time All Star and helped turn his team into a title contender. Millsap averaged 16.7 points and 7.8Continue reading “Millsap Stays in Atlanta”

Is T.Y Hilton the Next Great Colts Reciever?

For twelve years, the big name in the Indianapolis Colts’ wide receiver group was Marvin Harrison. Harrison was Peyton Manning’s go-to guy, and the 8 time Pro Bowler is one of a small bunch of players who accumulated more than 10,000 yards in their careers. Harrison clocks in at 7th on the all-time receiving yardageContinue reading “Is T.Y Hilton the Next Great Colts Reciever?”

Best Fits for Philip Rivers

There is a lot of speculation that the Chargers want to move to L.A. and that Philip Rivers is ready to bolt from the Chargers. The primary rumblings involve Rivers being sent to the Titans for the second overall pick, giving the Chargers the chance to draft their QB of the future, Marcus Mariota. However,Continue reading “Best Fits for Philip Rivers”

Times Are Changing In San Francisco

With the 65th pick in the 2005 NFL Draft, the San Francisco 49ers selected Frank Gore, the running back out of the University of Miami. Gore wasted little time becoming the man in the San Fran backfield, earning his first Pro Bowl bid in only his second year with 1,695 yards and 8 touchdowns. RushingContinue reading “Times Are Changing In San Francisco”

2015 NFL Off-Season Moves

The off-season can get pretty hectic with different pieces of news flying at you. We here at The Game Day Report are going to help you find every transaction in one easy place. Players signed: WR Larry Fitzgerlad re-signs with Cardinals (2yrs, $22m) TE Brandon Bostick claimed off waivers by Vikings QB Josh McCown signsContinue reading “2015 NFL Off-Season Moves”

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