Mario "Game" Granata
I have long been a proponent for the "purity" of the game, no matter if it was baseball, football, basketball, hockey, etc. but with the recent changes that have been made to all of those sports, in terms of banning substances, it seems that it's getting harder and harder to find players that are using illegal substances in professional sports. But, what can be done to police these players, since the current system is somewhat flawed?
by Mario "Game" Granata
The NBA showcases some of the most phenomenal athletes on earth, the best of the best, so why is it that on a yearly basis, there are teams that make the playoffs that have no business being there. Over the past 10 years, there have been teams that have made the playoffs at the 8th seed (mostly in the Eastern Conference) that have no business being there. Should the NBA reformat their playoff system?