Your updated NBA contest standings

Back in December, I hosted a contest, asking each of you ten questions of varying difficulty about the upcoming NBA season. Now that the season is about two-thirds over, it’s time to take a look back at those questions, see Continue reading

Holding Court, Part Deux discusses Jeremy Lin, the NBA All-Star Game and MVP predictions

Holding Court Part Deux has arrived, starring the usual suspects: Hoopstradamus, Fishman, the Elusive Heisenberg, the Pest, myself and Downtown Charlie Brown.  In this issue, we tackle Linsanity, the 2012 All Star game and the NBA’s annual awards races.

Holding Court, Vol. 1: Our NBA Round Table

When the mastermind behind the Full Court Pest: 94 Feet of Tenacious Blog Sense first confronted me about contributing to his No Drama Hoops roundtable, I couldn’t have been more excited. 

No NBA makes for a scary Halloween

With Halloween fast approaching, there’s only one thing more frightening than ghouls, ghosts and witches at your doorstep.  That’s the ever-growing reality of no NBA season.

Presenting… Your NBA Lockout Caption Contest

I miss basketball season. It was a season that began with LeBron hate, concluded with even more LeBron hate and was punctuated with some Blake Griffin highlights and a Dirk Nowitzki championship ring. I miss basketball season because now, there’s Continue reading

Charlie Sheenisms and their equivalent in the world of sports

Charlie Sheen talks sports… sort of Continue reading

Timberwolves go artsy to support fragrant All-Star Kevin Love

Athletes have been known to endorse the oddest things: blue jeans, panty hose, bug spray, even erectile dysfunction medication. So why not a fragrance, right?

Introducing the Hail or Rail Scale: Cam Newton, Boise State, Brad Childress, Randy Moss, Rajon Rondo, Blake Griffin, Zenyatta and the Giants

SportsChump would like to introduce a new, interactive feature called the Hail or Rail Scale (name subject to change based upon better suggestions from readers).  It’ll be a weekly, or monthly, or every-so-oftenly barometer where we quantify how much we Continue reading