Raving about Rondo: Our newfound obsession with Rajon Rondo and why it is justified

Rajon Rondo is slowly becoming a household name.  While doing so, he might just land himself another NBA championship.

How Doc Rivers enjoyed his return to Orlando (and spoiled mine): Celtics down Magic in Game One

When I received word that the world’s biggest Helen Reddy fan had a spare ticket to Game One of the Magic-Celtics series, I jumped at the opportunity.  In retrospect, listening to “Delta Dawn” and “I Am Woman” for two-and-a-half hours Continue reading

Things we would like to see in sports, Part 2: Roger Clemens tell the truth, a Kobe-LeBron Finals, Cy Young being bested, a college football playoff and the return of the heavyweight division

Roger Clemens telling the truth Roger Clemens, the greatest pitcher of our generation, has gone into hiding.  His defiance led him there.

Things we would like to see in sports, Part 1: Pacquaio-Mayweather, Brett Favre making a decision, Tiger Woods winning a Major, Cubs in the World Series

Pacquiao-Mayweather Imagine, after both completing successful seasons, the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts make it to the Super Bowl.  Or imagine the Yankees and Phillies get to the World Series or the Lakers and Magic both reach the NBA Continue reading

Chumpservations, Vol. 12 Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll edition: Lawrence Taylor, Oprah Winfrey, John Tesh and marijuana use at the University of Florida

Sex: Lawrence Taylor I was watching the disturbing news about Lawrence Taylor this week when something other than the actual atrocities of the situation struck me as odd. 

Preview of Orlando Magic-Atlanta Hawks

You’re probably sitting there, asking yourself what kind of ridiculous playoffs preview takes place after the series had already started?  After all, you already know which team won the first game thus giving an unfair advantage. Well, some of us Continue reading

Woe are the Dallas Mavericks

Even millionaires sing the blues.  After the 2009-2010 Dallas Mavericks, winners of 55 games, were eliminated from the playoffs by their in-state rivals, the San Antonio Spurs, Mark Cuban felt a need to go back to his gold-encrusted, drawing board… Continue reading