You know you’re gambling too much (or perhaps just the right amount) when you come up with prop bets all your own. With basketball season coming to a close, it’s becoming harder to make money on the games… that is Continue reading
“220, 221, whatever it takes.” -Michael Keaton, Mr. Mom Summertime is near and that means gambling season is coming to an end at SportsChump Manor. Baseball season in full swing but betting on baseball is much more a game Continue reading
When it comes to losing money, I do it with flair. Don’t get me wrong. I’d much rather win all my wagers, kick back in the Caribbean sipping rum drinks out of pineapples and freely pilot my Learjet to Las Continue reading
We talk a lot about identity in sports, how the greatest teams over time, as a collective, develop a specific identity all their own. The Detroit Bad Boy Pistons of the late 1980s had a clear-cut identity. If you drove Continue reading
“I am… whatever you say I am” -Eminem, The Way I Am I had an interesting conversation about sports the other day with a complete stranger. Actually, I had met this gentleman once or twice before but our previous Continue reading
“Anything is possible!” In 2008, Kevin Garnett shouted those words minutes after winning his first and only title as an NBA big man. Earlier that season, he and Ray Allen defected from their franchises to join Paul Pierce and others Continue reading
Remember the old joke about the guy who walks into the doctor’s office and says “Hey, Doc. It hurts when I do this,” only to have the doctor advise him to simply stop doing it? Apparently, Darrelle Revis isn’t familiar Continue reading
On NBA Draft night last year, Bill Simmons and former Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers got into a war of words. Their spat made for great television.
The Milwaukee Bucks fired their interim coach on Wednesday. His name was Jim Boylan. Boylan took over for Scott Skiles when Skiles left the team in early January. In his absence, Boylan and the Bucks made the playoffs but were Continue reading
Whenever we hear the average, and often misinformed, sportscaster talk about ways to beat the Miami Heat, one factor invariably comes up: Size.