Can Isaiah Thomas Come Back?

Isaiah Thomas has always been taken for granted; his career and his life have been built off of doing what seems impossible. Thomas has always been overlooked on NBA teams due to his height, which makes  him unable to defend most NBA players. At 5 feet 9 inches, his game has always been based off...

Canelo Knocks Out Kovalev, Becomes Simultaneous Three Division Champion

On November 2nd, in the boxing mecca of Las Vegas, Nevada, Mexican superstar Canelo Alvarez knocked out defending champion Sergey Kovalev to clinch his first WBO Light Heavyweight Title. Canelo (53-1-2, 36 KOs) stands at 5’9” and most naturally fights at 160 lbs, the weight at which he defends his WBC Middleweight Championship. In 2018,...

An Ode to Washington’s Nationals

I’m not even kidding when I say that there are exactly three people who caused the Nationals to win the World Series: Joe Paquette, Nico Bocock, and the girl wearing a José Lobatón jersey at Wednesday night’s watch party. Okay, maybe I’m kidding a little bit. I mostly wrote that first bit just to talk...

A Comprehensive List of All The Things Patrick Ewing is Taller Than

As your Georgetown Hoyas gear up for another season of high hopes and deep disappointment on the hardwood, I’ve been hard at work as well. Investigative journalism is my passion, and I felt like it was time to give the beloved readers of Halftime Sports the important story they need to hear. I’ve been crunching...

What’s Happened in the World Since Georgetown Basketball Last Went to the NCAA Tournament

It’s March 21, 2015, in Portland, Oregon. The buzzer sounds to close the second half of the men’s NCAA Round of 32 match-up between 4-seed Georgetown and 5-seed Utah. Despite an impressive 18-point showing by Georgetown’s freshman guard L.J. Peak, the Hoyas fall to Utah 75-64.  At the time, this loss was simply an addition...

Rugby World Cup Preview

The last time English head coach Eddie Jones faced South Africa in the World Cup, he led Japan to one of the greatest upsets in the history of the game. He was prepared with a game plan to face a bigger, more physical opponent, and his team did what they needed to do to win....

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Champions League Reactions: Quarterfinals Second Leg

Champions League Reactions: Quarterfinals Second Leg

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04/21/2019

This year’s Champions League quarterfinals didn’t disappoint as far as drama is concerned, and I’m definitely looking forward to the semifinals in a couple weeks. Short intro today, simply because I’m too excited and want to talk about the matches. Juventus 1-2 AFC Ajax (2-3 agg.) TNT didn’t listen to me (I wonder why), so…

Women’s Soccer in Spain

Women’s Soccer in Spain

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04/21/2019

Soccer in Spain is a religion. Kids grow up playing and watching it. There is not a single person who has not played at school. It is Spain’s way of life. Nevertheless, until recently, Spain had never enjoyed major success in men’s national team competitions. Spain had qualified for both  World Cups and European Championships,…

NBA Playoff Predictions

NBA Playoff Predictions

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04/12/2019

The NBA playoffs are finally upon us and, with them, many of our most burning questions will be answered. Can anyone challenge the Warriors out West? Who will emerge out of the power vacuum left by LeBron in the East? Can teams like the Raptors and Thunder finally discard their reputations of playoff ineptitude? How…

Champions League Reactions: Quartefinals First Leg

Champions League Reactions: Quartefinals First Leg

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04/12/2019

Here’s where the games start to really be entertaining, or at least they should be. Here’s where legacies can be augmented or torn down. The big teams start to feel the pressure now, and with only a week until the second leg, they don’t have a lot of time to recover from injuries or make…

Your Mood by Jon Rothstein Tweets

Your Mood by Jon Rothstein Tweets

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04/11/2019

By now, if you have an ear to the world of college basketball, it’s pretty likely that you’ve seen Jon Rothstein. And by seen, I mean you’ve seen his ubiquitous mug in all its glory. Rothstein, a frequent contributor to CBS’ NCAA College Basketball coverage, has earned great renown not for his insights on the…

The U.S. Women’s National Team Has a New Formula

The U.S. Women’s National Team Has a New Formula

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04/10/2019

Unless you’e been living under a rock, you’re aware that the US women’s national team won the 2015 Women’s World Cup. Their results: 3-1 vs. Australia, 0-0 vs. Sweden, 1-0 vs. Nigeria to win their group, 2-0 vs. Colombia, 1-0 vs. China, 2-0 vs. Germany, and finally 5-2 vs. Japan in Carli Lloyd’s signature performance….

Craig Kimbrel and Dallas Keuchel: Who Wants Them?

Craig Kimbrel and Dallas Keuchel: Who Wants Them?

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04/09/2019

It is already more than a week into the Major League Baseball season and there are still several high-profile free agents unsigned. Two pitchers, Craig Kimbrel and Dallas Keuchel, are the most notable free agents remaining on the market. This is reflective of an unusual offseason in which superstars Manny Machado and Bryce Harper did…

The Future of Real

The Future of Real

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04/09/2019

Real Madrid is arguably the greatest club in soccer history, and it has dominated European soccer the last five years, winning four out the last five UCL tournaments including the last three. Nobody has been able to eclipse them in Europe. However, in the Spanish league they have struggled to find such dominance, and FC…


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