Well, we’re at the NBA All-Star break and this just in: The Golden State Warriors are really good. They are 48-4. No, that is not a typo. In late January, over a five-game stretch, the defending champions beat the Cavs, Continue reading
There was once a time in history when every single one of us rooted for Tiger Woods. After all, what wasn’t to like? He was handsome, personable, a smiling young man who represented change in a game that had historically Continue reading
Can you imagine having Magic Johnson at your disposal, the luxury of being able to pick up the phone and ask “Hey, Magic! Do you mind coming down to campus and giving the team a quick pep talk?” Think about Continue reading
So apparently Bill Simmons wants out of ESPN. And this is interesting why? I’m about to tell you why but first off, a little about Mr. Simmons. Bill Simmons started out as a blogger. That’s right. A blogger. The guy Continue reading
I recently joined a new, online forum. As one who runs roughshod through a number of different social media sites to promote my own, I’m always looking to share, but not necessarily impose, my opinions on others. The new forum Continue reading
I Tweeted something deliciously off-humor the other day. Far be it from me to do so. I suggested that if Donald Sterling really wanted to get even with V Stiviano, he should release their sex tapes. My comments regarding the Continue reading
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
I had really planned on leaving this one alone. After all, choosing the four best players to have ever played a sport is entirely subjective. I might include Player A on my mountainside and justify that argument until I’m blue 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 decision to not fire Don Mattingly is an interesting case study in decision-making, luck and timing.