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
I experienced a moment of sheer nervousness scant minutes before the Magic game was about to start. Having arrived ninety minutes before tip-off to catch a glimpse of the five, future Hall of Famers that would grace the floor that Continue reading Sights, sounds and suggestions on the Orlando Magic
Dear Readers, I’m in a quagmire, a quandary, a mid-state scrum if you will. So, I turn to you and ask, what is a dedicated roundball fan to do? Thanks wholeheartedly to coronavirus, the NBA has announced that the Toronto Continue reading Tampa Bay has an NBA team! So now what do I do?
The Lakers are fucking good. They carry an aura about them that few other teams have and do. It’s hard not to take your eyes off LeBron James when you see him play in person. He’s considerably larger than Aaron Continue reading Several things I learned from watching the Lakers destroy the Orlando Magic: Amway Center, Dec. 11, 2019
I keep an odd schedule. I work nights and weekends, which I love because it keeps me out of trouble but it also cramps my style when it comes to big time concerts or sporting events. Since I have Wednesdays Continue reading My Sports Week, Part One: The Jimmy Butler Invitational
I woke up groggy yesterday morning. Stumbling to the kitchen, I made myself some coffee, careful not to trip over anything on my way to the grind. Once my eyelids became unstuck and rest of me became somewhat coherent, I Continue reading The night I saw the Golden State Warriors
“I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore!” -Peter Finch as Howard Beale in Network That’s it. I’m fed up! I have been a die-hard Orlando Magic fan for years, supporting the team through thick Continue reading Six surefire ways to fix the Orlando Magic