Ray Jr. on Sports

2017 NBA Draft-As I’ve mentioned in the past, it’s not as popular as the NFL Draft, but the NBA Draft is just as critical to teams players and fans. I honestly think this draft may be even more critical because they only have 2 rounds, compared to the 7 Rounds in the NFL. This year’s […]

Signs of a heart attack in women

  Heart attacks are the number one killer of people in the United States. High blood pressure, lack of exercise and age are often all contributing factors. But it’s important to realize that men and women are different in this scenario. Neither gender has the same symptoms. This article only pertains to those symptoms of […]

Ray Jr. on Sports

Steelers sign 1st round pick Watt-As I mentioned before, that draft pick holdout drama is a thing of the past, especially in Pittsburgh where the Steelers haven’t had a draft holdout since TE Eric Green in 1989. Before him? CB Rod Woodson in 1987. Now that LB TJ Watt is signed, that means all of […]

Let’s Talk Baseball

Now that the Golden State Warriors have been crowned the NBA Champions and the Pittsburgh Penguins have claimed their second consecutive  Stanley Cup. It’s time to focus on Americas favorite past time Major League Baseball.   Just in case you have not been paying attention in the National League the Washington Nationals are sitting on top […]

Upcoming Youth Football Camps

PITTSBURGH – The Steelers will host four youth football camps in Western Pennsylvania in the next month.   The camps will take place at California University of Pennsylvania (June 16-17), Slippery Rock University (June 26-27), Saint Vincent College (June 29-30) and West Allegheny High School (July 20-21), respectively.   Boys and girls between the ages […]

High School: Now and Then

Last week I attended the inaugural graduation of the KIPP San Francisco College Prep High School one day after the 20th anniversary of my own high school graduation. I think it’s safe to say things have really changed. First, let me say that it does indeed feel like I’ve been out of high school for […]

Steps to take for a healthy heart

  Think cardio when you think about cardiovascular health. It’s much more than getting on a treadmill or stationary bike. Our hearts beat over 100,000 times per day. If this were to cease, our lives would be over. But none of us really pay attention until our doctors mention high blood pressure or mention we’re […]