NCAA finally frees Chris Walker: Why the waiting might not be the hardest part

Millions of sports fans around the world have been counting down the days to Super Bowl Sunday but Florida basketball fans have another far more important day marked on their calendar. Tuesday, February 4. That’s the day freshman phenomenon Chris Continue reading

LeBron and Mario. Brothers?

“There’s this incident that occurs with Michael Jordan and Steve Kerr on a basketball practice floor, where there’s a little tension between them, and eventually Michael reacts to it and hits Steve.  And at that point there’s a turning point Continue reading

Sights, sounds and emotions from Celtics-Heat Game Two

The text came from Kid Sheraton Tuesday afternoon. I can get tickets for tomorrow night’s Heat game if you’re free. Oh, how I love good news. 

Random thoughts on the NBA Playoffs so far… and a look ahead

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

Twelve helpful hints for Erik Spoelstra

With the Miami Heat’s slow(ish) start, Erik Spoelstra has been getting a lot of flack lately.  Is he the right man for the job?  Does he have the respect of his players?  Why isn’t this team living up to expectations?  Continue reading

Amusing Tweets from Game One of the World Series

On a wild Wednesday night in sports, I decided to spend the evening Tweeting.  (I promise, I have a life.)

Like the Heat, hate the Heat. Still undecided.

I’m torn. Not Rip Torn, the actor, but torn torn.  Unsure torn.  Conflicted torn. Now that some of the dust has settled since LeBron James publicly spurned Cleveland for the oft-unfilled American Airlines Arena, I’m still not sure whether the Continue reading