I guess I’m confused. I recently read that Anfernee Hardaway, head basketball coach of the University of Memphis Tigers, was suspended for the first three games of the upcoming season. When I investigated why he was suspended, I found it Continue reading NCAA suspends Anfernee Hardaway for doing his job
Not long ago, guest poster and SportsChump significant other, BCole wrote about the night she took her youngest of four, who we’ve lovingly nicknamed LeBrode, to his first ever NBA game. For months, she’d secretly planned and plotted his birthday Continue reading The Milwaukee Bucks organization restores my faith in humanity
When I first saw that Nick Taylor (no, not the one from Duran Duran) had sunk a 72-foot-putt on the fourth sudden-death hole to capture the Canadian Open, I didn’t think of how miraculous a sports feat this was. I Continue reading The day that sports changed forever
The last player we saw truly revolutionize the NBA was Steph Curry. This wasn’t all that long ago. As soon as Curry started making three after uncanny three, NBA teams got smart. Realizing the value of the well-planned, well-calculated three-point Continue reading Are the Denver Nuggets the NBA’s new trendsetters?
Lo and behold, professional golf has, at least momentarily, embraced a truce. The Great Golfing Compromise of 2023 came to the shock of absolutely everyone, for not a single soul saw this group hug as a reality. The PGA-LIV fissure Continue reading PGA Tour loyalists fall for banana in tailpipe
“We mock what we don’t understand.” Dan Aykroyd as Austin Millbarge, Spies Like Us, 1985 There seems to be some confusion regarding my recent “Miami Heat future/Derrick White putback/Heat have no chance to win Game Seven” post, so here I Continue reading Successful “reverse jinx” ploy results in mass confusion