I’ve seen dunks and I’ve seen dunks, but I don’t know that I’ve ever seen anything thing quite like this.
Soon after his retirement, basketball junkies everywhere craved the second coming of Michael, so much so that we dubbed every player after him who could jump out of the gym “The Next Jordan.”
Professor Buckner stands at the head of the classroom as his students file in. The school bell rings, papers shuffle, pencils get sharpened, class is ready to begin.
At the end of every NFL season, only one fan base is truly happy, leaving 31 others to wallow in the memory of what could have been. Those feelings are compounded exponentially if you root for a team which never Continue reading Counterpoint: An American football fan talks Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Glazer family and ownership in professional sport
Soccer teams, at least in the UK, come under financial threat with worrying regularity. Money turns your club inside out, guts it of its most valuable assets –which are what the fans tend to identify with most –and see what Continue reading Point: A Scottish football fan talks Manchester United, the Glazer family and ownership in professional sport
Wow, what a Sunday of football!
We had so much fun with this contest last year that we’re hosting it again in 2012. Plus I like giving stuff away.
When the mastermind behind the Full Court Pest: 94 Feet of Tenacious Blog Sense first confronted me about contributing to his No Drama Hoops roundtable, I couldn’t have been more excited.
Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to introduce you to Gary Green.
Perhaps prematurely the crowd shrilly proclaimed “The King is dead, long live the King!”