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.
As some of you may recall, at the beginning of this NBA season, I suggested that only three teams (Boston, Los Angeles, Miami) had a realistic shot of winning a title and that if you found someone to take the Continue reading
The Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics are the NBA’s most storied rivalry. After battling repeatedly in the 60s and 80s, the rivalry was renewed once again in the 2000s with the Lakers signing Pau Gasol and the Celtics Continue reading
I’ve often griped about the demise of the professional boxing’s heavyweight division. It’s a sport, on which many of us were raised, that is now virtually non-existent. After watching the slugfest that has taken place the first few games of Continue reading
It’s the NBA playoffs and sometimes, elbows are thrown. Just ask Quentin Richardson’s chin.
Welcome to Part Two of SportsChump’s NBA Playoff preview.
At any given time, there are nine players on the baseball diamond, five on the basketball court and eleven on the football field. Each sport has designated positions for its players.
More often than not, the NBA superstar athlete is unable to translate the success he had on the floor onto either the sidelines or front office. There are exceptions to this rule, such as Pat Riley, Bill Russell, KC Jones Continue reading
The NFL has a lot of bad teams. Entering Week Six, nine teams, the Bills, Lions, Panthers, Bucs, Rams, Browns, Titans, Raiders and Chiefs all had a combined five wins… and some of those teams had played each other!