If you’ve subscribed to this website since its inception, you’re probably wondering what’s taken me so long to write about the current Dwight Howard situation. There was a point in time where I regularly wrote about our Dwight. It’s been Continue reading
I woke up to news the other morning that the Orlando Magic had traded for Shabazz Napier. Shortly thereafter, I Tweeted “As an Orlando Magic fan, someone other than Shabazz Napier’s mom tell me why I’m supposed to be excited Continue reading
I haven’t felt this way in a long time. Rooting for a winning team has become almost foreign to me or at least it has recently. The Gator men’s football and basketball programs are both rebuilding under two men nobody Continue reading
“A fool and his money are soon parted” Dr. John Bridges If I’ve learned anything from gambling on the NBA these past few days, it’s that this year’s Assocation boasts some REALLY bad teams. And I mean BAD. Stinkeroos. Teams Continue reading
As a sports fan and furiously obsessed sports blogger, I subscribe to various online updates. As a Magic fan, the Orlando Sentinel is one of those.
“I want a hamburger… no, a cheeseburger. I want a hot dog. I want a milkshake…” “You’ll get nothing, and like it!”
All good things must come to an end. That includes my second annual NBA Predict the Future contest. Once again, this year’s results came down to the wire with us, in the end, declaring a brand new champion.
These are interesting times in the Tampa Bay area. Not only is our promising, young, baseball team about to embark on a quest for its first World Series title, our beloved Buccaneers are once again making noise in the free Continue reading
It’s funny how things work out sometimes. One minute, things are going grand. Life is a blur, wins are coming a dime a dozen, you’re coaching a roster full of future Hall of Famers and the next moment… you’re GONE.
Is it wrong that I’m feeling euphoric over the Lakers’ current suffering? I consider myself a loving person, never taking enjoyment in the misery of others, but this Laker fiasco is too glorious not to celebrate.