We are smack dab in the middle of the NBA playoffs. If you’ve been paying close enough attention, you’ll notice one thing rings true much more so than in recent years. We might be about to witness a changing of Continue reading Chumpservations, Vol. 40: Your 2021 NBA Playoff Edition
I wrote not long ago that Marshawn Lynch is my favorite NFL player. Why? Because he’s all about that business. Lynch will now go down as the guy that should have been but was not handed the ball at the Continue reading And my new favorite basketball player is…
I had really planned on leaving this one alone. After all, choosing the four best players to have ever played a sport is entirely subjective. I might include Player A on my mountainside and justify that argument until I’m blue Continue reading Have we nothing better to talk about? Rethinking the ridiculousness of the NBA Mount Rushmore argument
NFL tight end Kellen Winslow was recently caught masturbating in his Escalade in the middle of a Target parking lot. And I thought I was excited about the playoffs!
As usual, everyone is asking the wrong questions.
This is not the look of a man who just got poked in the eye. This is the look of a man who we once collectively ridiculed for not being a champion. Do you remember that? You should because it Continue reading So you don’t think LeBron James is the best player in the NBA? What league are you watching exactly?
“I’ve got two tickets to paradise” -Eddie Money
I was living in Gainesville at the time. Brotha E and I had ventured out to our local pool hall to toss back a few, delicious, bourbon cocktails and watch the NBA Playoffs. The year was 2007; it was the Continue reading LeBron James takes his talents… to Boston
Fibbs walked into the bar that afternoon, his orange Knicks cap tilted backwards, gold chain around his neck and Amare Stoudemire jersey (sans cast) worn proudly. He had been drinking all day and was smiling, giddy almost. After all, why Continue reading Carmelo Anthony, the New York Knicks and whether chuckers win championships: A statistical analysis
Magic versus Bird, Russell versus Chamberlain, Jordan versus everybody else. These are the rivalries that molded the National Basketball Association into what it is today.