Tiger Woods: King of the Cover-Up

Tiger Woods is a weird cat. I’m pretty sure we sports fans have come to terms with this already but his latest off-road incident, and subsequent hospitalization, only further proves my theory. Nine years ago, an Emmy-award documentarian and I Continue reading

A fond farewell in Central Florida as the Magic bid adieu

“Parting is such sweet sorrow” -Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet “Fire sale. That was nothing but a fire sale in Orlando” -Reggie Miller, speaking of the Magic’s moves by the trading deadline It was a fitting goodbye, a one-point Orlando victory Continue reading

The good, the bad and the NBA All-Star Game

I couldn’t help but see a certain dynamic develop in this year’s NBA All-Star Game.  The drama which unfolded right before the keenest of basketball eyes has been years in the making.  Good versus Evil, coming to you in June, Continue reading

Book Review: The Point After by Sean Conley

Sometimes the best books you read are the ones you least expect to be fantastic.  Sometimes the best sports autobiographies are written by athletes you’ve never even heard of. My latest homework assignment was to read and review “The Point Continue reading