I placed my lone wager for the day early Tuesday evening. Nothing over the top, just twenty bucks on a two-team parlay: Celtics minus the two, Denver Nuggets plus the seven-and-a-half. The twenty bucks, if it hit, was to come Continue reading Bam Adebayo is a baaaaad motha… shut yo’ mouth! I’m just talkin’ about Bam!→
My mother and I moved to Tampa when I was 12 years old. It was a lot like when Daniel LaRusso and his mom moved from New Jersey to Reseda except I didn’t have a magical karate coach and I Continue reading Tropicana Field, Part Do? Tampa Bay’s Tug-Of-War continues→
Tiger Woods had just finished his opening round of the 2014 PGA Championship after shooting a disappointing 2-over 74. He stood in the Valhalla parking lot stretching his back, joshing with friends and loading his clubs into the back of Continue reading What Woods needs: A little bit of Daly in his life→
I’ve never been big on self-help books. I’ve never felt the need to drop fifty or a hundred bucks to have Tony Robbins or Deepak Chopra tell me how to be properly motivated.
“I’ve taken my bows, and my curtain calls. You brought me fame and fortune and everything that goes with it. I thank you all.” – Freddie Mercury
I’m as much of a “Karate Kid” fan as the next guy, i.e., geek, of my generation.
One of the more interesting sports debates of all time is… what is the greatest sports movie ever made. Hoosiers, The Longest Yard, Rocky, Raging Bull, Cinderella Man, The Natural, Field of Dreams, Caddyshack, Slapshot and yes, even Talladega Continue reading The Greatest Movie Coaches of All Time (video)→