I woke up to news the other morning that the Orlando Magic had traded for Shabazz Napier. Shortly thereafter, I Tweeted “As an Orlando Magic fan, someone other than Shabazz Napier’s mom tell me why I’m supposed to be excited Continue reading Woe is the Orlando Magic (fan)
I think I’m gonna be sick. As the NBA powers-that-be play musical chairs this off-season, i.e., Steve Nash to L.A., Ray Allen to Miami, Dwight Howard to nowhere, something occurred to me that, as an Orlando Magic fan, absolutely makes Continue reading Orlando performs Magic act by making laughing stock out of basketball team
Meet Albert Pujols, new master of the understatement.
“The market price of every particular commodity is regulated by the proportion between the quantity which is actually brought to market, and the demand of those who are willing to pay the natural price of the commodity” -Adam Smith, Wealth Continue reading Supply and demand in professional sports: The real meaning of worth
Recapping the Atlanta Hawks-Orlando Magic series Continue reading Final thoughts on Magic-Hawks: Orlando’s regression, Dwight’s plight and how Las Vegas got it wrong
One man’s take on Ray Allen, Aaron Rodgers, Ohio State, Otis Smith, Antawn Jamison, the NFL and fantasy baseball Continue reading Hail or Rail IV: Ray Allen, Aaron Rodgers, Ohio State, Otis Smith, Antawn Jamison, the NFL and fantasy baseball
Have you ever been watching a sporting event where your team is winning comfortably, you leave the room to grab a quick beverage, only to return and find your team down? That’s kind of what happened with me and the Continue reading Orlando Magic pull trigger on Gilbert Arenas trade.
You’re probably sitting there, asking yourself what kind of ridiculous playoffs preview takes place after the series had already started? After all, you already know which team won the first game thus giving an unfair advantage. Well, some of us Continue reading Preview of Orlando Magic-Atlanta Hawks
The Louvre and Smithsonian both feature priceless works of art. After last night, so does my DVR.
What a fabulous day! It’s not often you get to visit your old town, have your pops treat you to a delicious P.F. Chang’s dinner, then finish it off by seeing your favorite basketball team inch one step Continue reading How Much Would You Pay for Laryngitis? A Fan’s Perspective from the Game Four Rafters