When my mother and I first moved to Tampa, I was eleven years old. Baseball was my life. I lived it, breathed it and could tell you every stat from every player on every team in the league. To relieve Continue reading Why I’m not overly impressed with Russell Westbrook’s triple-double season and why you shouldn’t be either
“Just say sorry, Big O. Just say sorry.” -Mark Jackson’s post-game comments to Oscar Robertson immediately after Steph Curry hit game-winning three-pointer in Oklahoma City If I’ve written about you in three straight posts, you’ve either done something right or Continue reading Stephen Curry: Upsetting the natural order of things
The Milwaukee Bucks fired their interim coach on Wednesday. His name was Jim Boylan. Boylan took over for Scott Skiles when Skiles left the team in early January. In his absence, Boylan and the Bucks made the playoffs but were Continue reading Milwaukee Bucks fire head coach, no one notices
Since I subscribe to various, sports-related e-mail groups, including University of Florida basketball, I recently discovered that Erving Walker, the diminutive point guard from Brooklyn, New York, became the Gators’ all-time assist leader, breaking Ronnie Montgomery’s previous record of 503.
Tired of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Donovan McNabb? Me too. Continue reading Busting out the STFU Meter for Donovan McNabb and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Who’s better? LeBron or Kobe? You decide. Continue reading Presenting the “Who’s better, LeBron or Kobe?” caption contest
Book Review of FreeDarko’s An Undisputed Guide to Pro Basketball History Continue reading A review of Freedarko’s The Undisputed Guide to Pro Basketball History
I’m a huge basketball fan. I think that much has been established. Despite my unhealthy obsession with the hardwood, I had never before purchased a copy of Slam magazine, a publication dedicated entirely to basketball. After seeing Michael Continue reading Debating Shaquille O’Neal’s place in NBA history: How Slam got it wrong