Rant or Rave! -- User Created Sports News
Ever think that story you just read was complete bull? Maybe the author gave someone a pass or was too harsh? Think they missed the point completely? Maybe they didn't cover something that you thought was the most important part of the story? I bet you've said to yourself and friends: "I could write better than that guy in my sleep!".
Time to put up or shut up! Here's your chance to really rant and rave about sports news. This page lists a small sample of news stories that we're pulling from various sports news sources across the web. Pick an article (or search for it if you've already read it), then post a rant or rave. Anything you post that is approved will be viewable by anyone across the world! (Don't worry, we don't show your real name.) If your article really rocks we'll feature it on the home page and across every section of the site!
Prove to those slackers that they're wrong, you're right and they can just su... Ok, calm down; let's be civil right? Anyway, sign up for an account on The Angry Fans and start writing stories. Since this isn't Facebook to Twitter, we actually want you to write!
Cavs to sell single-game tickets through lottery
Dutchess County’s Joe Panik looks ready to set World on fire
Blue Jays use the long ball to rally past Yanks
Kings pick up 2015-16 option on McLemore
Tanaka returns to N.Y. with soreness in arm
No. 12 UCLA survives for 20-17 win over Texas (Yahoo Sports)
Bledsoe working to improve his midrange game
Blue Jackets’ Jenner sidelined with broken hand
MLB stars get first win in Japan behind Morneau
No. 6 Oregon looks to extend streak against Cal (Yahoo Sports)
Bonilla wins 1st start as Rangers top Braves 3-2
San Leandro, Calif. — Indian American media entrepreneur and filmmaker Gotham Chopra has directed a new documentary about basketball superstar Kobe Bryant titled “Kobe Bryant’s Muse,” which will premiere on Showtime in November. The film covers last season, during which Bryant, 35, was sidelined over leg injuries and the Lakers finished 27-55, the most losses in club history. Bryant took the time to reflect on the future of his career and ponder how long he intends to keep basketball at…