There are two types of watershed moments. There are those that we don’t necessarily see as tipping points while they’re happening. Then there are those that, the moment we hear about them, we understand that from that point on, things Continue reading Point-Counterpoint: J-Dub and SportsChump address the Brian Flores lawsuit
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Welcome to my nth, official rant about boxing. There’s sure to be more in the future so stay tuned.
I remember boxing. I remember 1986, when I rooted for Marvin Hagler, only to see him lose a 12-round classic to Sugar Ray Leonard.
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Soon after his retirement, basketball junkies everywhere craved the second coming of Michael, so much so that we dubbed every player after him who could jump out of the gym “The Next Jordan.”