Author: John Davis

July 23, 2017 John Davis No comments exist

In tonight’s Christmas in July themed game the Valor received gifts that they’ll surely remember. By picking up their 2nd victory of season 34-30 over the Baltimore Brigade, the Valor now still have a chance at competing in the Arena League Playoffs. At 2-10 there was relief inside the Valor locker room. “It feels good…

June 17, 2017 John Davis No comments exist

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Andre Ward won’t apologize for the close decision that Sergey Kovalev insists should have gone his way when the light heavyweights fought in November. Still, he’s eager to clear up any remaining doubts when they meet Saturday night in a 175-pound title rematch. “I am looking forward to making a statement…

May 27, 2017 John Davis No comments exist

The Washington Valor once again gave a valiant effort on Saturday afternoon against the Philadelphia Soul but fell short 47-48 to the undefeated reigning Arena League champs. On Military Appreciation day, this wasn’t the ending the Valor hoped for but their tenacity on the field gave fans a game to remember, for better or for…

May 2, 2017 John Davis No comments exist

The drafting of RB Joe Mixon was a controversial one for the Cincinnati Bengals. Here is a perspective of Mixon’s personal mission to overcome his past.  Within the last decade, the NFL has had an interesting relationship with players compensating for their inappropriate actions off the field. Its become an essential protocol now for league…

April 23, 2017 John Davis No comments exist

Facing off against the defending Arena League Champs the Washington Valor gave a valiant effort but fell to the Philadelphia Soul 49-31. “Our whole thing is 21 guys, have to play a whole 60 minutes” head coach Dean Cokinos, said after suffering their first loss in the history of the franchise. After winning against their cross-town…

April 19, 2017 John Davis No comments exist

John D.Davis (@John_D_Davis) Since the closing of the NCAA basketball season, many players are now faced with the decision to re-enroll or declare for the NBA. In these next couple of weeks, we will keep you informed on announcements of the players and their projected draft number. Here are already some of the players that have…

April 14, 2017 John Davis No comments exist

The NBA playoffs provide the moments in basketball’s history that we relish in for years to come. After an already lengthy 82 game season, 16 teams compete for the Larry O’Brien trophy. Though not as pertinent, as a single game elimination tournament, the first round of the NBA playoffs in the past have included some…

April 6, 2017 John Davis No comments exist

Unofficially The PGA starts its Major season on Thursday with the Masters at the Augusta National Golf club. A traditional must-see event in American sports, viewership has declined over the years. Despite new rising stars in the ranks of golf’s elite, its expected that once again the Spring Classic this year, will not tote the…

March 30, 2017 John Davis No comments exist

For college athletes, to be at the top of your game at the collegiate level brings so much reward and grandeur. Depending on the size of the community the campus entrenches, you can sometimes be considered as the faux-mayor of the town. These quarterbacks enjoyed the harvests of their work produced for their college football…