“Some guys have been doing it for years, just trying to get an advantage. Any way you can get an advantage over the opponent to help your team win, so be it.”
A runner slides into second base. A call is made. The runner is punched out, but in all actuality, he is safe. The inning is over, the rally ends. The manager sprints out to argue, incensed and adamant that the Continue reading For the sake of argument
“You pat him on the back and say congratulations and enjoy it and tell him not to serve fried chicken next year. Got it? Or collard greens or whatever the hell they serve.”
I not so proudly present the first in what will most likely, and rather unfortunately, be an ongoing series I like to call “Donald Chump’s You’re Fired!”
“I’m not going to lie. He’s not my favorite guy to play with.” -Sergio Garcia
The boys of summer are back, which unfortunately means that, once basketball season ends, we have nothing exciting to watch until football season starts.
We haven’t had a good, poke some fun, caption contest in a while so since we’re in the midst of the NBA playoffs where we regularly see fake-spectacled, fashion statements gone awry, I figured what better way to celebrate the Continue reading The decorative Dwyane Wade caption contest
For two full seasons, we’ve been told the best way to beat the Miami Heat is to out-rebound them. They’re one of the worst rebounding teams in the league, weak down low, critics would claim, lazily pulling up statistics that Continue reading Nightmares of Nate: How one mighty midget manifested Miami’s main malady
All good things must come to an end. That includes my second annual NBA Predict the Future contest. Once again, this year’s results came down to the wire with us, in the end, declaring a brand new champion.
The Milwaukee Bucks fired their interim coach on Wednesday. His name was Jim Boylan. Boylan took over for Scott Skiles when Skiles left the team in early January. In his absence, Boylan and the Bucks made the playoffs but were Continue reading Milwaukee Bucks fire head coach, no one notices