Happy New Year!

With another year in the books, it's time for sports fans to focus on 2015. 2014 was filled with a lot of great moments, but we can certainly do better this year. Multiple sports teams and figures could improve to make the fans experience even better.

Here are 10 New Year's resolutions in sports for 2015.

1. LeBron James

Resolution: Give us one Slam Dunk Contest

LeBron James has already won two NBA Championships and four Most Valuable Player Awards. Most superstar players give the fans at least one dunk contest to look forward to, like Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, Dwight Howard and even Blake Griffin. James is one of the best drivers to the basket today. All we want is one dunk contest.

2. Floyd Mayweather & Manny Pacquiao

Resolution: Get in the Ring!

Boxing fans everywhere just want to see you guys face off. It's not every day two fighters reject a guaranteed $300 million fight on the global stage. Come on, guys, get your act together and face each other so boxing fans have something to look forward to in 2015. Arguing on social media is getting pretty old.

3. Detroit Lions

Resolution: Win a game at Lambeau Field

Is the less-than-two-hour flight to Green Bay, Wisconsin that traumatic to you guys? Obviously it is considering your franchise hasn't won a single game at Lambeau Field since 1991. Spanning 24 games, that is the longest road losing streak in NFL history against one team. Don't worry Lions, you might get another chance this postseason to win at Lambeau. If not, there's always 2015.

4. New York Yankees

Resolution: Just make the Playoffs

Two consecutive years of missing the playoffs? That hasn't happened since the 1993 and 1994 seasons, and that was because of a player strike! Adding the 28th World Series in franchise history is pretty unlikely for next year, especially without Derek Jeter. Let's just take it one step at a time. Take care of business, and make the postseason Bronx Bombers.

5. NFC South

Resolution: Show up, Please?

This season NFC South teams finished 22-41-1. That's really bad. Other teams in the NFC, who had a winning record, missed out on the playoffs. The Carolina Panthers won this division with a 7-8-1 record. Next year, just give fans a more competitive division to look forward to.

6. Tiger Woods

Resolution: Win a Major

Tiger Woods has the second most majors (14) in PGA golf history only behind Jack Nicklaus, who has 18. Unfortunately for Woods, he hasn't won a single major since the 2008 U.S. Open. Now 39 years old, Woods has an uphill battle to win four more majors to catch the "Golden Bear." Good luck, Tiger, you'll need it.

7. Chiefs Wide Receivers

Resolution: Catch a Touchdown Pass

How do you go a full 16-game season without having even one wide receiver catch a touchdown? Ask the Kansas City Chiefs. Despite star wide out Dwayne Bowe catching 60 balls, not one was in the end zone. Dez Bryant is a free agent this offseason, but don't count on Jerry Jones letting him walk away.

8. NBA Eastern Conference

Resolution: Play Better

The Eastern Conference in the NBA is awful. Three teams (Milwaukee Bucks, Brooklyn Nets & Miami Heat) are in playoff spots despite not even having a winning record. Comparing the East to the Western Conference isn't even fair anymore. Rajon Rondo transferring from the Boston Celtics to the Dallas Mavericks didn't help things either.

9. Rajon Rondo

Resolution: Make Your Free Throws

Note to Rajon Rondo: you're a point guard.

Rondo has never been a great free throw shooter, but this season he has regressed at the line making just 34.8 percent. Dwight Howard is making 50 percent of his free throws this season. Rondo is an elite passer, but for 2015, let's improve the free throw shooting. They are, after all, "free" throws.

10. Cincinnati Bengals

Resolution: Win a playoff game

It's now or never for head coach Marvin Lewis and this Bengals regime. Bengals fans have waited a long time for a playoff win, longer than any other fan base. The last time Cincinnati won a playoff game was 1990 against the Houston Oilers, who don't even exist anymore. The Bengals will have a chance to win a playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Wild Card round this postseason.

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