By Shawn Dennis The most anticipated day in the NBA off-season has arrived. This year, however, things seem to be much different than usual and for once, it has nothing to do with COVID altering or preventing something from occurring. Fans and analysts alike are anticipating this year’s NBA Draft to have the most trades leading up to and during the Draft than ever before. Whether all of this is simply speculation or the hype turns out to be real,
By Kevin O’Keefe (In collaboration with Chris Nosek) Just days after being eliminated by the New York Islanders in 6 games, Don Sweeney is already hard at work trying to decide the future outlook of the Bruins. In addition to players like Tuukka Rask, Taylor Hall and David Krejci (to name a few) becoming unrestricted free agents on July 28th, the team will also lose a player to the Seattle Kraken when they have their expansion draft later this summer.
By Shawn Dennis If there’s one thing that New Englanders love more than iced coffee in the middle of January, it’s their sports. Once an athlete on any Boston team shows a glimpse of being legendary, has that gritty side, or plays above the rest, Bostonians flood the stores and buy all the apparel associated with them. There’s too many players to use as examples. From Tom Brady to Larry Bird to David Ortiz to Patrice Bergeron, die hard New
By Shawn Dennis After one of the most disappointing All-Star weekends and, well, day in NBA history, it appears that the Trade Deadline may be more exciting this year. Not only have there been a decent amount of big names being thrown into trade scenarios, but teams that are both in and out of playoff contention are buzzing NBA analysts Twitter feeds. Whether it be Aaron Gordon, John Collins, Kyle Lowry, Lonzo Ball, or other big names, it’s nearly impossible
By Joe Scibelli, Esq. This offseason is continuing to be filled with more drama, and as a fan, I absolutely love it. The two biggest stories during this offseason are, however, Russell Wilson and Deshaun Watson. Both have voiced their dissatisfaction with their respective teams, both are top 7 quarterbacks, and both have recently signed ridiculous extensions. Yet, both are extremely upset with their teams and both have caused the trade rumors to stir. Stir is too light, rather erupt.
By Joe Scibelli, Esq. With NFL free agency less than a month a way, and how well my first article went with our readers and subscribers, here is Part 2 of NFL Quarterback Trade / Free Agent Predictions. Also, for the JDFSports fans keeping track, I was correct about Carson Wentz becoming an Indianapolis Colt. Sam Darnold (Either Tampa Bay Buccaneers or Pittsburgh Steelers) The Jets are a team in a very interesting situation. The 2021 season is the last
By Shawn Dennis Skepticism towards the positions of both Danny Ainge and Brad Stevens in Boston has been the talk of Bean Town. Ainge has held his GM spot since 2003, the fourth longest tenure as head of basketball operations in the NBA currently. Stevens, surprisingly enough, was hired all the way back in 2013 following the departure of Doc Rivers. Holding an NBA head coaching position is practically a temporary job at this point with there only being 9