Every baseball team at every level of professional and amateur competition is selling you one thing at the beginning of every season. It’s not $7 sodas, tickets, and sadly not every team is selling churro dogs yet. What you can find at every Opening Day across America being sold to the fans of every team is hope. Continue reading →
It’s hard to believe this is the end.
I remember sitting in my living room years ago. I had been allowed to stay up late that night to watch my beloved Dallas Mavericks take on the closest incarceration of Lucas’s Evil Empire, your Los Angeles Lakers. It was a game of tremendous import. Phil Jackson had a chance at making history, I can no longer remember why.
You torched us. Emphatically.
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Let me be clear. I do not dislike LeBron James. I believe he is the most unjustly hated player the NBA has ever seen. Could his decision to leave Cleveland for Miami back in 2010 been handled better? Yes. Could he have not acted out the part of arrogant, self-entitled, macho basketball demigod during that first season in Miami? You bet. But he was young. Continue reading →
There hasn’t even been a player that has looked like him before. Once given the nickname “Middle School” by teammates because of his diminutive size and baby-faced nature compared to the vast majority of the NBA, Steph Curry is unlike any player this league has ever seen. Continue reading →
I’ve missed you old friend. Not you, whoever’s reading this, stop being so narcissistic, I’m talking to baseball season. Yes, Spring Training officially began on Wednesday as roughly one-third the teams in the MLB saw pitchers and catchers walk onto the field to being preparing for opening day. By Feb. 21, every team will be practicing and we will have about 260 straight days of baseball action until the World Series concludes somewhere around Nov. 1. Continue reading →
The Lakers have always relied on big free agent signings as part of their success, but a lot has changed around basketball rendering the Lakers advantages obsolete.
Steph Curry, Cam Newton, Bryce Harper and Jordan Spieth are all really good, but who will have the greatest legacy when their careers are finished?