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  • LeBron James Heading Home to Cleveland
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    Posted July 11th, 2014 at 10:00 am 13 Comments ╗
    The decision has finally been made - LeBron James is going back to the Cleveland Cavaliers. James spent four years in Miami after crushing Cleveland's spirit, getting to the NBA Finals every year and winning two championships. The details of the contract with the Cavs are still unknown. This single signing will have a monumental affect on the balance of power not just in the NBA but in the video games as well. The Cavs will go from being one of the least used teams to likely the most used...
  • LeBron and Carmelo Taking Their Talents to Free Agency
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    Posted June 24th, 2014 at 11:45 am 8 Comments ╗
    While Carmelo Anthony was fully expected to opt-out of his contract with the New York Knicks, there was some uncertainty about whether LeBron James would do so. Reports today are that he in fact will. The two could still choose to go back to their respective teams but a number of suitors will be hoping to give them reason to leave. Add to the mix the possibility of Kevin Love being traded and there could be some massive shifts in power this offseason in the NBA and the respective video games...
  • Madden NFL 25 Super Bowl XLVIII Preview Game with ThatSportsGamer
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    Posted January 27th, 2014 at 5:15 pm 10 Comments ╗
    T.J. Lauerman of ThatSportsGamer (Twitter - Website) recently joined me to play through a Super Bowl XLVIII matchup in Madden NFL 25 on PS4. Check out the video below along with our discussion during the game which unfortunately had to be played in Denver given the inability to play online in a neutral stadium or with Super Bowl presentation. Later this week look for a Super Bowl preview podcast with myself, Rich Grisham, and Gus Ramsey of ESPN! var complextvadtag = (typeof(cmnvideotagde...
  • What the NFL Deal With Microsoft Will Mean for the 360 and Xbox One
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    Posted September 3rd, 2013 at 11:45 am 23 Comments ╗
    One of the selling points made at the original Xbox One reveal was the massive (around $400 million over five years) deal struck between Microsoft and the NFL. Little was discussed outside of Surface tablets being used on the sidelines of games, advertising elsewhere in stadiums, and Fantasy Football integration to be available on the One and 360. Today further details were revealed on what to expect going forward.┬á (more…)...
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