NBA Hypocrisy: Progressivism vs. Capitalism

How Adam Silver, Gregg Popovich, and Steve Kerr Highlight NBA Hypocrisy Last year, Marc Lacey asked Adam Silver, "how does it feel to be the wokest professional sports league?" Silver responded simply, "...we're proud of that." It was a dumb, leading question at the time, and Silver's answer has aged like warm milk. The league [...]

By |2019-10-12T09:29:33+00:00October 12th, 2019|Basketball, General Sports, Journalism, NBA, News|Comments Off on NBA Hypocrisy: Progressivism vs. Capitalism

Protecting Yourself Is Out of Style

Whatever Happened to Protecting Yourself in Sports? Josh Allen got knocked out of the Buffalo Bills' Week 4 game against the New England Patriots because he did not protect himself. Jonathan Jones crushed him with a hit where the initial point of contact was the head--and the fault was not Jones'. Jones did his job; [...]

By |2019-09-30T10:54:14+00:00September 30th, 2019|General Sports, NFL|Comments Off on Protecting Yourself Is Out of Style

Enes Kanter: A True Modern Day Patriot

Enes Kanter Refuses to Bow to Erdogan or Anyone When the founding fathers of America threw tea into the Boston Harbor and aimed their muskets at Redcoats, it was to protest unjust rule. Rule by a monarch who the colonists thought overstepped his power through the levying of taxes and other perceived injustices. When compared [...]

By |2019-08-17T08:43:38+00:00August 17th, 2019|Basketball, General Sports, NBA|Comments Off on Enes Kanter: A True Modern Day Patriot

Sport Injuries are Painful… And Worthwhile

There is Nothing Like Sport Injuries to Set Your Mind Right Sport injuries suck. Pull a hamstring? Learn a new way to walk for a couple of weeks. Sprain an ankle? Never get back to 100%... EVER! Snap a bone in your arm, lacerate your face to the tune of 20 stitches, tear a ligament. [...]

By |2019-07-27T14:34:52+00:00July 27th, 2019|General Sports, Lifestyle|Comments Off on Sport Injuries are Painful… And Worthwhile

Athletic Competition and the End of Prejudice

True Competitors, True Athletes Know Athletic Competition Erases all Prejudice Every so often I wade into the online battlefield of Twitter and find myself under fire against charges of racism, sexism, and transphobia. I think Colin Kaepernick was a middling quarterback and is either a woefully ignorant person or a devious hack who holds hypocritical [...]

By |2019-07-20T10:08:34+00:00July 20th, 2019|Antisemitism, General Sports, Judaism, Lifestyle, News, Politics, Religion|Comments Off on Athletic Competition and the End of Prejudice

Colin Kaepernick Finally Comes Clean

Colin Kaepernick Shows His True Colors; They Are Not Red, White and Blue It. Was. Never. About. Police. Brutality. When Colin Kaepernick took a knee to supposedly protest against police brutality, the timing seemed weird. He stood as a starter, he kneeled as a backup. Those doubting his sincerity--but wanting to believe maybe the timing [...]

By |2019-07-06T09:30:28+00:00July 6th, 2019|General Sports, News, Politics|Comments Off on Colin Kaepernick Finally Comes Clean

Why We Get So Angry Over Bad Officiating

*Editor's Note: The First Section is a Rant on the Stanley Cup. The Real Article Begins in the Second Section. Enjoy* Bad Officiating Breaks the Promise Implicit in Sports Nole Acciari was slew-footed. Acciari knew it. Every person watching in person or on television knew it. Hell, even Tyler Bozak knew it. But, the only [...]

By |2019-06-07T16:00:48+00:00June 7th, 2019|General Sports, MLB, NBA, News, NFL, NHL, Soccer|Comments Off on Why We Get So Angry Over Bad Officiating

When a Bad Question Goes Bad

Why Brad Marchand Bristled at One Question Before you form an opinion on the matter, just keep this one question in mind when watching the following interview; "what is the point of the second question?" Ready? Let's roll: That is Kyle Bukauskas of Sportsnet asking Brad Marchand of the Boston Bruins if he [...]

By |2019-05-07T14:25:21+00:00May 7th, 2019|General Sports, NHL|Comments Off on When a Bad Question Goes Bad

The Subtle Difference in Men’s and Women’s Sports

There is One Main Difference in Men's and Women's Sports That is Always Overlooked Women's sports are a great thing. While the first Modern Olympics in 1986 stupidly prohibited women from competing, they rectified that error by 1900. Since then, women's sports and athletics has taken off. Title IX promised true equality and it has [...]

By |2019-05-05T19:42:16+00:00May 5th, 2019|General Sports, News|Comments Off on The Subtle Difference in Men’s and Women’s Sports

Self-Inflicted Comebacks are the Pinnacle of Humanity

Why True Sports Fans Will Always Root for the Self-Inflicted Comeback At its peak, more than 12 percent of America was watching The Masters. Waiting...hoping... praying... that Tiger Woods could win his first Major in 11 years. Making deals with whatever gods (golf or otherwise) that they could, for at least one more time, see [...]

By |2019-04-16T12:12:37+00:00April 16th, 2019|General Sports, Lifestyle, News|Comments Off on Self-Inflicted Comebacks are the Pinnacle of Humanity