Ben Clarke

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Ben loves sports so much but prefers watching other people do it. He prefers not to share what teams he's supporting but he is willing to admit that Lebron James is, in fact, the king.

Barry Trotz Resigns as Washington Capitals Head Coach Weeks after Stanley Cup Win

Just weeks after winning their first Stanley Cup in franchise's history, Washington Capitals lost their head coach after Barry Trotz resigned on Monday. Trotz decided to part ways with the Capitals after two sides failed to come to an agreement about the new contract. Trotz became the first active coach since 1994 and New York Rangers' Mike Keenan to...

Patriots QB Tom Brady on Retirement: “There’s Definitely an End Coming”

At age 40, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady managed to take his team to Super Bowl appearance last season and become the oldest player in league's history to win an MVP award. So it isn't strange that despite his advanced years, Brady is still Patriots' number one choice at the QB position and might be so in the...

Orlando City SC Part Ways with Head Coach Jason Kreis

Orlando City SC decided to part ways with head coach Jason Kreis on Friday in an attempt to shake things up after six straight losses in the Major League Soccer. The team has confirmed the news on their social media. https://twitter.com/OrlandoCitySC/status/1007713007122767874 "This is a very difficult decision to take, but sometimes in sports, we must make tough decisions with the best...

Russia Defeats Saudi Arabia in 2018 World Cup Opening Game

2018 World Cup has officially kicked off with the game between host Russia and Saudi Arabia, and home fans couldn't have wished for a better start of the tournament. Russia national soccer team not only managed to win but also did it in a convincing manner, scoring five goals and conceding zero. It was a high flying start for Russians...

Saints RB Mark Ingram: “I’m Not Angry with My Contract”

There isn't a hidden meaning in the fact that New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram missed the team's voluntary activities and offseason conditioning program. Although people immediately assumed he was looking for a new deal, it turns out that the 28-year-old is happy with his contract and just wanted to work out on his own. "You know, people will...

Former NYCFC Boss Patrick Vieira Confirmed as New Nice Coach

After months of speculations, Patrick Vieira has left Major League Soccer and took a new challenge in Europe. Vieira resigned as New York City FC coach on Sunday, only to be confirmed as the new coach of Ligue 1 side, Nice. He will serve as a replacement for Lucien Favre, who left Nice to join Bundesliga's Borussia Dortmund. According to...

Patriots’ WR Julian Edelman Facing 4 Games Suspension

New England Patriots could be in trouble at the start of 2018 NFL season. According to various reports, including those from ESPN's and NFL Network insiders, Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman is facing a four games suspension from the league for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing substances policy. Edelman appealed, hoping to overturn the suspension or at least reduce it. He...

Kevin Durant Scores 43 Points as Warriors take 3-0 Lead Over Cavs

After two games in Oakland's Oracle Arena, the 2018 NBA Finals moved to Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday night. But little has changed. Although Cleveland Cavaliers looked great at the beginning of the game, Golden State Warriors still managed to get away with a 110-102 win. Cavs clicked on all cylinders in the first half, ending it with a...

Floyd Mayweather Leading the List of World’s Highest-Paid Athletes

Floyd Mayweather lived up to his nickname "The Money," claiming the top spot on the Forbes list of world's highest-paid athletes for 2018. This is the fourth time in the last seven years that the 41 -year-old retired boxer has been named the world's highest-paid athlete. Mayweather earned $285 million between June 2017 and June 2018, with $275 million coming...

Yankees’ Pitcher Jordan Montgomery to Undergo a Tommy John Surgery

New York Yankees announced on Tuesday that their pitcher Jordan Montgomery will have to undergo a Tommy John surgery (ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction) in order to repair an elbow injury. According to estimations, Montgomery should be back in action in late 2019. The 25-year-old left-hander first experienced elbow tightness on May 1st, in the game against the Houston Astros. He...

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