It’s Christmastime and that means the majority of us are running around frantically looking for last minute gifts to buy our loved ones. We here at SportsChump are here to help. Not long ago I wrote a review of the Continue reading Book Review: Sports Illustrated College Football’s Greatest
I’ve had a few of you write in lately and ask me to chime in on the NBA playoffs. Considering a) I’ve been working a ton, b) the playoffs are just now starting to get interesting and c) I’ve actually Continue reading Playoff thoughts: NBA edition
There are a number of perks that come with running an award-winning website. There’s the constant spotlight, the scantily clad women, regular entry into the world’s hottest nightclubs and the hordes of crazed sports fans always suggesting “Hey, you should Continue reading Book Review: Super Bowl Gold: 50 Years of the Big Game by Sports Illustrated
When Sports Illustrated announced it was putting Brett Favre on its latest cover (slow week in the world of sports?), I looked back to find the last time I wrote anything of note about him. It was 2011. Goodness, has Continue reading It’s been Favre too long
Argentinians took to the streets of Miami this week in celebration of their World Cup semifinals victory over the Netherlands. Blue and white shirts and flags adorned the streets of South Beach with every last Argentine partying until last call Continue reading A tale of two cities
I haven’t addressed Jason Collins’ recent announcement of his homosexuality, mainly because Mr. Collins’ sexual proclivities aren’t any of my business.
“Nothing about playing table games in a casino is anything other than gambling as entertainment. On the other hand, risking money while possessing an edge, and while exercising prudent risk management, makes someone a trader.”
As the old philosophical question goes, if a tree falls down in the woods and nobody’s around to hear it, does it make a sound?