What a fabulous day! It’s not often you get to visit your old town, have your pops treat you to a delicious P.F. Chang’s dinner, then finish it off by seeing your favorite basketball team inch one step Continue reading How Much Would You Pay for Laryngitis? A Fan’s Perspective from the Game Four Rafters
If you’re already a basketball fan, you can stop reading now. Or you can continue on to get your fix. This post is directed toward the fringe fan. Although it may sound like it, this is not a Continue reading Four Super Reasons You Should Watch The NBA Playoffs
Richard Pryor hosted Saturday Night Live in its flagship season of 1975. The interesting thing about that broadcast is that it wasn’t actually live. Pryor’s comedy was so cutting edge and profane at the time that NBC used a Continue reading Gruden Goes Prime Time: Censors Get Ready
As the big time revenue from SportsChump.net has not yet started rolling in, yours truly was forced to pick up a last minute bartending gig Sunday night to make some extra coin. It was tough for this Basketball Jones to Continue reading Slinging Seagram’s for Sunday’s Sevens: Magic Glass Now Half Full
The Cleveland Cavaliers have it easy. For that sake, so do the Los Angeles Lakers, Denver Nuggets and Boston Celtics. The difference between those teams and the Orlando Magic is so clear cut, it smacks you in the face like Continue reading Orlando’s Tragic Leadership Vacuum
What’s all this fuss about steroid use? So what if Manny Ramirez recently tested positive for estrogen and fertility drugs? Who cares if Alex Rodriguez lied… then lied… then lied again about ingesting some unknown, under-the-counter, Dominican growth hormone? Continue reading Steps Towards a Less Steroid-Phobic Society: Everybody Grab a Syringe
This post was originally written two years ago (May 15, 2007) on Foxsports.com and details my most recent visit to TPC. Hope you enjoy. I was fortunate enough to score some tickets to this past weekend’s Players Continue reading The Defining Athlete of Our Generation
Close your eyes and think back. You’re nine years old. You’re playing Risk or cards or chess with a friend. He leaves the room for a minute and you are suddenly left alone with the opportunity to give yourself Continue reading Cheating in Sports: Do Fans Still Care?