Jimmy Fallon and fans welcome Robinson Cano back to New York City (video)

Sometimes comedians come up with some hysterical shit. Jimmy Fallon is one of those comedians. (#Ew!) Sometimes baseball players have the means and wherewithal to work the supply and demand of baseball’s marketplace to their own financial benefit. Robinson Cano Continue reading

The Twitterverse expounds upon Donald Sterling and the fifteen minutes of fame he’d like to have back

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times.  I don’t feel sorry for billionaires. One such billionaire, Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, was recently caught in a compromising position, one in which a racially-inspired Continue reading

A Tale of Two Drafts

The upcoming NFL and NBA Drafts are more similar than any we’ve seen in recent history.  In fact, they’re so similar, it’s eerie. This year, I’ll feel like I’m watching a Wheel of Fortune rerun except instead of the lucky Continue reading

Divisional Renaming: A SportsChump-J Dub Collaboration – Edition One: Major League Baseball

I have a friend.  His name is J-Dub.  He’s kinda weird, an ornery fellow if I may. We’ve never officially met but he runs a website just like mine, except his has a lot more curse words. He is one Continue reading

Once upon a time, there were Bad Boys

Once upon a time, NBA players beat the crap out of each other.  ESPN’s “30 for 30: The Bad Boys” pleasantly reminded us of that.  The two-hour, must-watch special highlighted the rise and fall of the Isiah Thomas-led, two-time champion Continue reading

The “What We Should Have Done” Approach to March Madness

We un-crumple the brackets we tossed to the floor in disgust only a day into the tournament.  We look at them again, hoping, begging for a chance.  There’s not one.  We wonder how things could have gone so horribly wrong.  Continue reading

The NFL Personal Conduct Policy: Not Worth the Paper It’s Printed On

Of all the rules Commissioner David Stern enforced in his thirty years presiding over the NBA, his dress code legislation was one of the most criticized. At one point, too many players began showing up to games or press conferences Continue reading

John Calipari to the Lakers: More than a rumor, more than a rumor to me

I love a good rumor. Don’t get me wrong.  I don’t subscribe to The Globe or The Enquirer… although I do give them a quick thumb-through for shits and giggles while standing in line at the supermarket.  Hey, if one Continue reading

And so it is… a bittersweet ending to an historical season

Any basketball team that suits up for Billy Donovan will have to live in the shadow of the Noah, Horford and Brewer-led team that won back-to-back championships only a few seasons ago.  It’s like having that athletic, bigger brother that Continue reading