The sun shone bright in Milwaukee on Wednesday morning. A fair portion of the town’s constituents probably woke up with a beer-induced hangover but also, a smile. For the first time in fifty years, longer than the majority of their Continue reading
Kenny Smith tells one of my favorite NBA stories. It was May 1995 and San Antonio Spurs center David Robinson had just been awarded his first and only regular season MVP. Later that evening, in Game Two of the Western Continue reading
The NBA season is once again upon us, my friends. I was saving this Twitter hashtag for just the occasion. Thanks to the twisted minds of Chris Hardwick and Comedy Central, we can now take our basketball and our movies, Continue reading
I feel giddy, like a wide-eyed kid on Christmas morning hustling down the stairs to unwrap the biggest, baddest, most glorious present under that fancily-decorated tree. The only difference is that Adam Silver is starring as the role of a Continue reading
One of my favorite hypothetical sports arguments of all-time is who would have won a Finals match-up between Michael Jordan’s Bulls and Hakeem Olajuwon’s Houston Rockets. Strictly speaking, it’s an argument nobody can prove hence my use of the word Continue reading
And finally, it’s over. Like the armful of heavy grocery bags we struggle to carry up three flights of stairs to ultimately rest on our kitchen countertop, our burden has finally been relieved. Dwight Howard has a home and that Continue reading
As usual, everyone is asking the wrong questions.
I was sifting through old NBA draft picks online (such is the life I lead) when I stumbled upon something rather interesting.
I think, as sports fans, we’re getting a little soft. There was a time when receiving entry into the Hall of Fame or having your jersey retired meant you were among the greatest of all-time, that your contributions to the Continue reading
2011 NBA Western Conference Playoff Preview Continue reading