When Lightning and Panthers meet

“How could you possibly root for the Panthers?!?” a friend asked, fully aware of my long-standing Lightning allegiances.  He was disgusted at the thought.  Far be it from me to elaborate on why I cheer for the Panthers… until now.  Continue reading When Lightning and Panthers meet

SportsChump goes full TMZ Paparazzi with “Lionel Messi Shop ‘Til You Drop” caption contest

Attention Football Shoppers and Captioners alike! Before we embark upon our latest soccerin’ succotash, I must give credit where full credit is due and that is to both my Cuban-American brother Kid Sheraton, and my Serbian-American brother Marko, who combined Continue reading SportsChump goes full TMZ Paparazzi with “Lionel Messi Shop ‘Til You Drop” caption contest

Week Nine: The Wife Hates SportsChump take on Kid Sheraton

Last week was rough.  If you placed a wager over the football weekend, you know exactly what I’m talking about.  With the Jets beating the Bengals and the Patriots beating the Chargers, I am officially out of my last two Continue reading Week Nine: The Wife Hates SportsChump take on Kid Sheraton

Oh, the horror: Six NFL teams I can’t bear to watch

Man, there are some bad football teams out there. Let’s kick a few while they’re down, shall we? Every season, it seems like there are the New England Patriots, some really good contenders and the rest who are just shuffling Continue reading Oh, the horror: Six NFL teams I can’t bear to watch

Brushes with Sports Greatness, Vol. 7: The 1984-5 Swedish Davis Cup Tennis Team

As most of you already know, I went to high school overseas. From the tenth through twelfth grades, I lived in Santiago, Chile.  Those were a memorable three years but I’m not about to bore you with anymore sappy stories Continue reading Brushes with Sports Greatness, Vol. 7: The 1984-5 Swedish Davis Cup Tennis Team

Sights, sounds and emotions from Celtics-Heat Game Two

The text came from Kid Sheraton Tuesday afternoon. I can get tickets for tomorrow night’s Heat game if you’re free. Oh, how I love good news. 

SportsChump and Kid Sheraton talk Ozzie Guillen, family and freedom of speech

Ozzie Guillen’s recent comments about Fidel Castro caused quite a stir. In case you hadn’t heard, in a recent Time Magazine interview, Venezuelan-born Ozzie Guillen, new manager of the Miami Marlins, was asked his feelings on Fidel Castro.  Little did Continue reading SportsChump and Kid Sheraton talk Ozzie Guillen, family and freedom of speech