• 76ers First to Have Paid Ad on NBA Jersey

    76ers First to Have Paid Ad on NBA Jersey0

    The Philadelphia 76ers have become the first team in the four major U.S. sports to sell an ad on a jersey. Earlier this year the NBA announced that teams will have individual company’s logos on their jerseys starting in the 2017-18 season The 76ers announced Monday morning that ticket company StubHub will have its logo

  • Manchester Madness0

    This Saturday there was a bomb threat in Manchester, England at the famous Manchester United Stadium, Old Trafford, prior to the Premier League fixture of Manchester United vs AFC Bournemouth.  It later turned out to be a dummy bomb and was discovered shortly before kick off.  The Sir Alex Ferguson Stand and the Stretford End

  • NBA Playoff Preview0

     The NBA playoffs began this April with some teams’ seasons coming to an end while others still have hope of lifting the NBA Finals trophy.  The playoffs take the top eight teams from each conference, the West and the East.   The West was topped by the Golden State Warriors who broke the record for

  • Omaha South Upset0

    This Saturday in the Nebraska Class A state soccer semi-final two seed Omaha Westside took on three seed Omaha South for a spot in the state championship.  The game started off extremely close but Omaha South broke the tie during the first half after a failed clearance off the goal line resulted in a 1-0

  • Thunder upset the Warriors in Game One

    Thunder upset the Warriors in Game One0

    At half time of the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Golden State Warriors game, the Warriors had a commanding 15 point lead.  The lead was at 12 with just seconds left in the half when Steph Curry, the 2015-2016 NBA MVP, hit a buzzer beater to add onto the deficit that the Thunder had to overcome.

  • Gene Therapy Stops Rare Brain Illness0

    The promise of gene therapy has finally made a breakthrough. A rare, deadly brain disease, found in young boys, known as adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) has been shown to have positive results with patients after receiving gene therapy. About one in 21,000 boys are born with ALD–a genetic defect found on the X chromosome. This defect prevents