Winning the Super Bowl has never been an easy feat, and this year is no different. Getting all the way to the final is only a part of the process, and preparations start before the season even begins and is Continue reading What Do You Need to Win the 2020 Super Bowl?
The 2020 Super Bowl final has been decided and it will see the Kansas City Chiefs taking on the San Francisco 49ers. On the surface, both teams had difficult semi-finals to get through, against the Tennessee Titans and the Greenbay Continue reading Who is Going to Take Home the 2020 Super Bowl?
I was never a Kobe guy. Heck, I was watching NBA games long before anyone outside the Jellybean Bryant household had ever heard of anything called a Black Mamba. I was much more of a Jordan guy. Ultimately, you had Continue reading On Kobe
At long last, after three months of anticipation, the New Orleans Pelicans’ number one draft pick, Zion Williamson, finally took the floor in an NBA basketball game. After a slow start from a 19-year old kid who clearly was not Continue reading Zion Williamson and the art of the rebound
“I tell you, I gotta plead ignorance on this thing, because if anyone had said anything to me at all when I first started here that that sort of thing is frowned upon… you know, cause I’ve worked in a Continue reading Odell, Tristan and grab-assing in the workplace
Interested in attending an NBA game without breaking the bank? Try buying tickets to see the Charlotte Hornets, Detroit Pistons, or Memphis Grizzlies play. Tickets to their games only cost about $31 on average. But there is, of course, a Continue reading How Much Do Laker Game Tickets Cost?
You can suffer a lot of injuries throughout your life. Some people are just more careful than others. You can easily break an arm, leg, a finger, etc. This can especially happen to people that do sports. If by some Continue reading Several Reasons Why You Should Visit An Orthopedic Doctor
“Nowhere is the dreamer or the misfit so alone” -Neil Peart, Subdivisions, 1982 You know you’re getting old when your rock heroes start passing away. In our recent past, we have mourned the deaths of Michael Jackson and Prince, David Continue reading Neil Peart, Rush drummer, 1952-2020
For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. I’m proud of my heckling game. I wouldn’t necessarily call myself an all-time great but once I’ve partaken in a slight toke of a friend’s marijuana cigarette, one of my Continue reading Hecklers Gone Wild
I sent a bunch of friends the same, exact text on the Saturday evening that Joe Burrow made sure everyone in America knew his name. I was behind the bar and as a general rule, it’s bad policy to use Continue reading Burrowed