Monthly Archives: November 2015

How the Cavaliers botched the Kevin Love trade

LeBron James, Kevin Love, and Andrew Wiggins on the court

LeBron James’s return to the Cavaliers last season is one of the most exciting moments in Cleveland sports history. To help James and company compete immediately, Cleveland agreed to a trade with Minnesota for all-star forward Kevin Love. The Cavs’ offer was built around the number one overall selection in last year’s draft, Andrew Wiggins.… Read More

Smaller crowds, same great deals: Black Friday moving online

Black Friday madness

For holiday shoppers, Black Friday is either the best day of the year because of the incredible deals or the worst day of the year because of the crowds. This holiday season, retailers are solving this problem by putting the majority of their deals online and closing many physical store locations.   Popular holiday shopping… Read More

Memphis blues: Can the Grizzlies claw their way back among the west’s elite?

Memphis Grizzlies

For years, the Memphis Grizzlies have won basketball games with their trademark “grit and grind” mentality. They do not have a superstar, and their style of basketball is not pretty; but with physical play, great defense, and teamwork, they consistently make deep postseason runs.   The Grizzlies have started the 2015 season in un-Grizzly-like fashion,… Read More

4 marketing lessons we can learn from Bethesda

Fallout 4

Bethesda recently released their highly anticipated action role-playing game “Fallout 4,” and after only 24 hours, the developer sold 12 million copies, potentially making it the best selling game of 2015.     While many believe that the popularity of the series was the biggest contributing factor to the success of “Fallout 4,” it’s hard… Read More