Jonathan Willis

Jonathan Willis has written on virtually every sport imaginable over the last decade. His specialties are college football, eSports, politics, the NFL and the NHL. He is always looking for soft markets to pounce on, and he will have you in the black by the end of the year.

Edwin Jackson Set to Break Record, Craig Kimbrel’s List of Suitors Grows, and More

In the next few days, a rather dubious record will be broken. Edwin Jackson already has his name tied to one dubious achievement, and he will become the answer to another bit of baseball trivia the first time he pitches for the Toronto Blue Jays. Jackson set the record for throwing the most pitches in a no hitter when he …

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The Golden State Warriors Advance, the Lakers’ Coaching Search Continues, and More

Even without Kevin Durant in the lineup, the Golden State Warriors showed that they were still the best team in the NBA with a series clinching win over the Houston Rockets in Game 6 last night. Golden State is looking to win its fourth title in five seasons, and they continue to be the odds-on favorites. Below, we’ll take a …

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Team Canada Gets Reinforcements, San Jose Hosts St. Louis Tonight and More

The 2019 IIHF World Championships are underway, and both Team Canada and Team USA are looking to turn things around after a disappointing start. Canada lost one of their best players, center John Tavares, to an oblique injury right before the start of the tournament and ended up losing to Finland in their opener. Meanwhile, Team USA lost to hosts …

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Boston Goes Up 1-0 on Carolina, Worlds Kicks Off and More

For the first time since the start of the postseason last month, there are no playoff games tonight. The Western Conference finalists are getting a rest before their series starts on Saturday, while the Eastern Conference finalists played last night with Boston beating Carolina 5-2. There is hockey being played across the pond though, so let’s split our attention between …

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Both Conference Finals are Set, Joe Pavelski Returns, and More

And then there were four. Only four teams are still in the hunt to claim the most prestigious trophy in all of team sports. The Eastern Conference Finals start tonight with the Boston Bruins hosting the Carolina Hurricanes, while the Western Conference Finals will pit the San Jose Sharks against the St. Louis Blues with Game 1 being played on …

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The Eastern Conference Finals are Set, Two Game Sevens Out West, and More

Either the Boston Bruins or the Carolina Hurricanes will claim the Prince of Wales Trophy and represent the Eastern Conference in the Stanley Cup Finals at the end of May. Carolina clinched their spot in the conference finals last Friday after sweeping the New York Islanders, while the Bruins locked in their spot last night with a victory over the …

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