Kawhi Leonard is a Los Angeles Clipper. In case you missed it, Paul George is too. In the biggest clandestine operation of the summer, the two west coast kids from Los Angeles County, who are pretty darn good at basketball, Continue reading One more free agency post can’t hurt…
Stephen Curry is bad for basketball? I must be on the wrong website. Clearly SportsChump has lost his mind. Didn’t he spend his hard-earned money going to see Curry play in Orlando last season? Weren’t these latest NBA Finals, which Continue reading Why Stephen Curry is bad for basketball
Weeks ago, we all gathered around our television sets and witnessed something that hadn’t happened in nearly forty years: American Pharoah won horse racing’s Triple Crown. Very soon, we’re about to witness something that’s happened even less frequently than that. Continue reading LeBron James Westward bound
The World Cup is finally over much to the chagrin of soccer fans that eat, drink and breathe the sport but much to the enjoyment of Americans who still can’t grasp concepts like offside and stoppage play. (Think outside the Continue reading Lionel Messi, Jerry West and the gut-wrenching uselessness of the individual accolade
And then there were eight: Clippers, Lakers, Heat, Pacers, Spurs, Thunder, Celtics and Sixers.
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