I wrote not long ago that Marshawn Lynch is my favorite NFL player. Why? Because he’s all about that business. Lynch will now go down as the guy that should have been but was not handed the ball at the Continue reading
I just spent a rather gruesome week in the hospital. I won’t bore you with the gory details of how many needles I had stuck in me. Let’s just say I was given more shots than I sell on your Continue reading
Of all the rules Commissioner David Stern enforced in his thirty years presiding over the NBA, his dress code legislation was one of the most criticized. At one point, too many players began showing up to games or press conferences Continue reading
I was rummaging through a friend’s old Playboy collection recently (no, we weren’t in his tree house) when I stumbled upon one of their college basketball preview editions. I asked if I could borrow the magazine for a “Where Are Continue reading
For years now, we’ve read about the on-again/off-again bro-mance between Kevin Durant and his teammate Russell Westbrook. They’re the NBA’s most dynamic, fake-spectacled duo this side of Dwyane Wade and LeBron James.
Smack dab in the middle of a huge weekend in sports, with the NFL, college football and the World Series all in full swing, it was an NBA trade that grabbed all the headlines.
I woke up late the other morning to find out that the US Men’s Basketball team had barely eked out a victory over Lithuania, by a final score of 99-94. Apparently, LeBron bailed out Team USA with a strong fourth Continue reading
“I personally guarantee that the Cleveland Cavaliers will win an NBA championship before the self-titled former ‘king’ wins one.” -Dan Gilberts, Cleveland Cavaliers owner, December 13, 2010
After watching the Clippers outscore the Spurs by 22 points in the first quarter of Game Three of their playoff series, it appeared, if ever so briefly, that San Antonio was not as invincible as everyone thought. Then we saw Continue reading
Magic versus Bird, Russell versus Chamberlain, Jordan versus everybody else. These are the rivalries that molded the National Basketball Association into what it is today.