Several things I learned from watching the Lakers destroy the Orlando Magic: Amway Center, Dec. 11, 2019

The Lakers are fucking good. They carry an aura about them that few other teams have and do. It’s hard not to take your eyes off LeBron James when you see him play in person. He’s considerably larger than Aaron Continue reading

The most impossible, unlikely and inconceivable way to back into one’s fantasy football playoffs

Let me preface this post by saying it’s about fantasy football, my team, the Midnight Meat Train, so if that’s not your thing feel free to move on. However, if you are a fantasy football geek from fledgling to familiar, Continue reading

Thoughts on a wild, wild few weeks of sports: Chumpservations revisited (Vol. 39)

“What in the wide, wide world of sports is going on here?” Slim Pickens as Taggart in Blazing Saddles, 1974 It’s been a while since I’ve put some random thoughts down on paper. Between holidays, birthdays and deaths in the Continue reading

Thanksgiving, gratitude and too many grocery items in the express line

I saw the most bizarre thing at the supermarket the other afternoon. I rolled out of bed and ran out to grab some healthy grub before my lengthy, pre-Thanksgiving shift at the pub. After a quick run through the market, Continue reading

Helmet throws and N-Bombs: A down and dirty week for the NFL

Let’s talk about race for a quick moment, shall we. The hole Myles Garrett is digging for himself apparently knows no bottom. If you stayed up to watch the very end of last Thursday night’s football game, er… melee, you Continue reading

J-Dub and SportsChump discuss “Load Management”

If you’ve tuned in to watch any NBA games so far this season, you’ve probably heard the new and rather controversial term “load management” being thrown around quite a bit. Load management refers to teams resting their star players over Continue reading

How Walter McCarty shook up the world

I remember Walter McCarty. If you’re a basketball fan around my age, you probably do too. Back in the mid-nineties, attending Kentucky-Florida college basketball games was a gala event. Back when they split the conference into Eastern and Western divisions Continue reading

NBA Championships, the importance of scoring and why the 2019-2020 Orlando Magic are a far cry from both

I had an enlightening conversation with Uno Testikale the other day about the 2019-20 Orlando Magic. Having attended two home games with him last year and adjoining in our love for the team, we had a difference of opinion about Continue reading