It is time for professional leagues to start listening to the players and consider the idea of legalizing medical marijuana just like a few federal states have for everyday usage.
Andrew Luck’s shocking retirement is another example of how many pro athletes are choosing health and longevity amidst the mounting physical and mental pressure they face in today’s game.
Sidney Brown writes on the Chicago Blackhawks and Chicago sports history for WARR.com
Chicago’s NBA presence in the recently-passed All-Star Weekend was muted, as is the case with a team entering a break 17 games under .500 (20-37). There’s no alternate reality available […]
Ed. note — This post was made approximately five years ago when Brian Urlacher made his retirement from the Chicago Bears and the NFL official. Saturday night the defining Midway […]
Joshua Hicks is a contributor to WARR and The D & Davis Show Yesterday evening, the Los Angeles Lakers raised one more of its line of icons into the rafters […]
The Major League Baseball world has spent 2016 saying good bye to one of its most beloved and powerful players in recent memory, David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox. […]
You can love him or hate him, admit he’s lost his stinger or hold steadfast to the belief that he’s still the most dangerous predator in the NBA…no matter your […]
First came the fax, then came the titles, then came the less heralded return with that other team… but then came the Jay-Z line and that brought on the hashtag […]
We’ll have more on Paul Konerko during this, his final weekend in Major League Baseball and his final weekend as an active Chicago White Sox, but make sure you […]