I’m going to go ahead and write about soccer for the 2.2% of my readers that actually care about it. (Note: that figure’s probably high). It’s been a few years since I’ve touched upon the world’s most popular sport. It’ll Continue reading If the US Men’s National Soccer team fell down in the woods, would anyone hear?
About a month ago, I wrote (but didn’t publish) this piece on David Blatt, head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. With LeBron James out due to injury, the Eastern Conference favorites had lost nine of ten ball games. There were Continue reading The NBA coaching carousel redux
“There’s this incident that occurs with Michael Jordan and Steve Kerr on a basketball practice floor, where there’s a little tension between them, and eventually Michael reacts to it and hits Steve. And at that point there’s a turning point Continue reading LeBron and Mario. Brothers?
We take a break from talking about football to talk about, well… football. Just not of the oblong variety.
Following in the embarrassing footsteps of Eugene Robinson, Eddie Murphy and Hugh Grant, David Beckham has become the most recent star to be accused of attaining ahem… “hired help.”
In Lake Tahoe, a casino waitress alleges that a two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback forced himself on her in a hotel room. In another hotel room elsewhere in the country, someone sneaks a video camera through a keyhole to Continue reading Privacy and the professional athlete