The networks appear to be losing their touch. By my count, there have been three recent, sports-related events that our cable channels totally missed out on! Listen, the 24-hour sports networks have plenty of time to fill. If the NFL Continue reading Sporting events we’d like to see televised that aren’t
When it comes to losing money, I do it with flair. Don’t get me wrong. I’d much rather win all my wagers, kick back in the Caribbean sipping rum drinks out of pineapples and freely pilot my Learjet to Las Continue reading Two times it’s okay to lose a wager
Paul Pierce is NBA basketball player. His nickname is “The Truth.” The other night, with his Washington Wizards down by three, Pierce made a miraculous last second, off-balance shot to tie the game and send it into overtime. Except it Continue reading The truth revealed
I’ve got an old friend whose name is Dan Gleason. We used to call him “Rocket” Dan. Despite being one of the elder statesmen among our merry band of bar-dwelling, hoop-shooting Gator fans, Dan had a solid game and a Continue reading Mascots and prejudice: The ongoing saga of the Washington Redskins
I haven’t addressed Jason Collins’ recent announcement of his homosexuality, mainly because Mr. Collins’ sexual proclivities aren’t any of my business.
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More often than not, the NBA superstar athlete is unable to translate the success he had on the floor onto either the sidelines or front office. There are exceptions to this rule, such as Pat Riley, Bill Russell, KC Jones Continue reading From First to Worst: Five NBA Hall of Famers who failed as GM
You know you run a sports website when your mom calls and asks you “So… what do you think of that Arenas character?” Mom, you make me proud.