I wasn’t really planning on writing an NBA Playoff preview this post-season. As most of you know, I’ve already put all my eggs in the Miami Heat’s basket (although I found tempting value in both the Lakers at +1000 and Continue reading Holding Court, Vol. 3: Better Late Than Never First Round NBA Playoff Predictions
“In the history of professional team sports in America, there is no statistical equal of the Dipper’s hundred-point game, no other individual accomplishment in a single game so remarkable and out-sized.”
Have you ever heard of Frank Vogel? Be honest, have you?
It appears good old Mr. Artest is up to his old tricks.
The NBA Playoffs are rapidly approaching; the best time of year for professional basketball fans. But let’s just cut to the chase, shall we? The upcoming playoffs are about one thing only… whether LeBron James can finally win a ring.
Ozzie Guillen’s recent comments about Fidel Castro caused quite a stir. In case you hadn’t heard, in a recent Time Magazine interview, Venezuelan-born Ozzie Guillen, new manager of the Miami Marlins, was asked his feelings on Fidel Castro. Little did Continue reading SportsChump and Kid Sheraton talk Ozzie Guillen, family and freedom of speech
What in the world is going on with coaches these days? You remember coaches, don’t you?
“You’re totally elitist. You feel like the unappreciated scholars, so you shit on people who know lesser than you.” Nick Hornby, High Fidelity
The drive from Charlotte to Augusta, Georgia takes about three hours. First take I-77 South for about an hour and a half, until you hit Columbia, South Carolina. Then take 20 West for another hour and change until arriving in Continue reading My journey to Augusta, Part Four: The course, of course and a pictorial
We interrupt this Masters update for a caption contest that simply could not wait.