• Whether it’s the NBA, NFL, Major League Baseball, politics or entertainment, Daily Sports Pages has your forum discussion covered.  Come strong or don’t come at all.  Free to join.
  • There’s only one place in cyberspace to talk pro and college football and that’s at  Their over 3,000 members strong remind us that football is a 365 day a year celebration.
  • The Wife Hates Sports , Kevin Paul’s creation, is a sports website with a unique flavor, tying in not only sports, but also the relationship side of sharing, or not sharing, the remote.  TWHS is one sports site your significant other is sure to approve of.
  • Dubsism bills itself as what your view of sports would be if you had too many concussions, which makes perfect sense since it’s usually Dubsism that dishes out the high heat.
  • Tampa News Force is the lovechild of comedians John Jacobs and Josh Santos.  While primarily Tampa-centric, their daily satire will leave you wondering whether their articles are 100% true, a figment of their imaginations or treading somewhere dangerously in between.
  • DieHardSport is one of the best-looking independent sports sites out there.  Read and enjoy.
  • Pro Football Guru is a venue to discuss all that is great about the NFL, 365 days a year. Knowledge, views, insights and dialogue.
  • Know Hitter is always happy to throw his two cents in about the world of sports.  He even recently put a bounty on David Stern after the Sonics left Seattle.
  • For the hoops fan who just can’t get enough, there’s always The No-Look Pass for all encompassing basketball coverage.
  • If you plan on swinging by There’s a Stat for That, be sure to bring your calculator, pocket protector and Excel manual.  It’s one of the best new sites out there that breaks down sports from a numerical perspective.
  • Analysis.  History.  Perspective.  Sports Then and Now is a site dedicated to keeping sports fans updated on the current sports world while taking walks down memory lane by remembering great players, teams, events, moments and games from the history of sports. This site is for you, the fan, so please share your thoughts, memories and opinions.


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