January 2017

Winning is Good

I have a few questions for sports fans everywhere: what’s wrong with being excellent?  What is wrong with dominating performances?  What is wrong with continual success?  Putting these questions in a vacuum, as I have just done, allows for everyone... Continue Reading →

Kings Court: Bad and Boogie

The best center in the league or the angriest man in the NBA? A reporter’s worst nightmare or the man who fed 300 people in need over the Thanksgiving holiday? A constant trade rumor or a franchise centerpiece? A man... Continue Reading →

The Browns are the New Cubs

The Cleveland Browns are really bad.  Like historically bad.  Like worse than they've been ever bad.  And that is saying a lot.  You know who else was really bad five years ago?  Your World Series Champion Chicago Cubs.  Five years... Continue Reading →

Wildcard Weekend Helped Prove Everything We Already Knew

Raiders 14 – Texans 27 Second String QB > Third String QB In his first career NFL start, third string Quarterback Connor Cook needed a perfect game or a complete collapse from the Texans top ranked defense to have a... Continue Reading →

New Year, Same Clippers

Albert Einstein once said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Since acquiring All-Star Point Guard Chris Paul in 2011 the Los Angeles Clippers have not made it past the... Continue Reading →

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