by Degan, Age 14
Jayson Tatum is a professional basketball player that plays for the Boston Celtics.
Jayson went to prep school for 4 years at Chaminade College Preparatory School. As a Freshman at Chaminade, he averaged 13.3 points and 6.4 rebounds per game. As a Sophomore, he averaged 26.0 points and 11.0 rebounds per game. As a Junior, Tatum averaged 25.9 points per game and 11.7 rebounds per game while earning Second-team Naismith Trophy All American honours. As a Senior he averaged 29.6 points per game and 9.1 rebounds per game.
He was chosen to play in the 2016 McDonald’s All-American Game in January. He competed in the skills competition which he would win, and in the all-star game on March 30, 2016, at the United Center in Chicago. Tatum led the East Team in scoring with 18 points and hustling 8 rebounds in a 114-107 loss to the West Team. Continue reading
World Cup of Hockey
The World Cup of Hockey is back! Basically, the NHL is trying to make the World Cup of Hockey the replacement for Olympic Hockey because there is a chance that we won’t see NHL players in the Olympics anymore. Continue reading
Crazer here! Just want to make sure that all of you crazy dawgs are still kickin’ it hi-core. I totally met this sweet dude named Lockey. He was a competitive wakeboarder a few years back! That’s one rad sport fo’ shiz homies! I asked him a tad about the world of wake boardin’ and he told me all about it! Continue reading
For all you who don’t know how the plus-minus works, players who are on the ice when their team scores, receive a plus. Players who are on the ice when their team gets scored on, receive a minus. What I don’t understand is how come players who are in the penalty box when their team gets scored, don’t receive a minus? And how come a player who draws a penalty which their team scores on, does not earn a plus? Those players are a key reason why their team scored, or was scored against. Isn’t that what the plus-minus is all about?
K-ZAAHHH! Whatsup my home dawgity dawgs? I’ve been gettin’ some cool letters and wanted everyone to read how different kids are kickin’ in their hoods! Check these out!
“Hi, Crazer! My name’s Robbie and I’ve been practicing really hard to make it to the team of the Vermilion Tigers. I’m really excited for the hockey season to start, even though I’m mad that summer ended early. I’ve never been in hockey and can’t wait for tryouts. Thanks!” Robbie, Age 10
Rob, my man! I bet you made the team and now you’re cuttin’ the ice! Hockey is one of my most fad winter sports too! Keep gettin’ on the gear and doin’ the best for your team! Thanks for the rad letter! Continue reading
“Hi! My name is Slate and I’m nine years old. I play on two baseball teams, Rampage and The Giants. Rampage is a ‘Super League Travel Team’ and we play a couple of games on Saturdays as far away as 120 miles from where I live. On my Giants team, we play at home against other teams in my town. Both teams prepare me to be on the All-Star team for my age group, after our final tournaments are over for the season.
Other sports I like to play are football and basketball. I play football on the school field with my friends. I have a hoop in my backyard to play basketball, and I also go to a church that is close to our house because it has a full-sized court.” Continue reading