Sports are a Unifier, Not a Divider

Sports are a Unifier, Which is Why Politics in Sports is so Troublesome Sports are not supposed to be political. Yes, there are times when sports get political, and there are even times when sports must get political, but when you constantly inject politics into sports you are doing a disservice to the nation. Sports are [...]

By |2020-08-01T14:08:43+00:00August 1st, 2020|Baseball, Basketball, General Sports, Lifestyle, MLB, NBA, News, Politics|Comments Off on Sports are a Unifier, Not a Divider

Mark Cuban Loves Money, But People?

Mark Cuban Loves Money, Gets Dunked on by Ted Cruz If you had Ted Cruz and Mark Cuban get into a Twitter battle on your 2020 Bingo Card, mark it down. The senator from Texas and the owner of the Dallas Mavericks are in the midst of a Twitter war over Cuban's refusal to condemn [...]

By |2020-07-23T09:21:02+00:00July 21st, 2020|Basketball, Journalism, Lifestyle, NBA, Politics|Comments Off on Mark Cuban Loves Money, But People?

The Jewish Double Standard

When it Comes to Speaking Out Against Hate There is a Clear Jewish Double Standard The Jewish double standard was on display this past week in the wake of DeSean Jackson and Stephen Jackson’s social media posts promoting Louis Farrakhan and erroneously quoting Adolf Hitler. While it appears many people were rightfully taken aback by [...]

By |2020-07-10T13:59:37+00:00July 10th, 2020|Antisemitism, Journalism, Judaism, Lifestyle, NBA, NFL|Comments Off on The Jewish Double Standard

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

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

The Worst Timeout in NBA History; or Nick Nurse is the Anti-Andy Reid

The Worst Timeout in NBA History Brings the Warriors Back from Valhalla Congratulations Andy Reid, you have company on the Mount Rushmore of Clock Mismanagement! And the newest addition joins you for the polar opposite reason. The Jolly Red Giant of Kansas City (and Philadelphia) is, of course, known for his complete and utter inability [...]

By |2019-06-11T12:48:42+00:00June 11th, 2019|NBA, News|Comments Off on The Worst Timeout in NBA History; or Nick Nurse is the Anti-Andy Reid

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

Semi Ojeleye Is Brad Stevens’ Wild Card Against the Bucks

Will Semi Ojeleye Be an Ace-in-the-Hole or a Joker Against the Bucks Semi Ojeleye (pronounced "SHEH-mee" "O-jih-LAY" in case Marv Albert is wondering) is the biggest wild card in a series of wild cards. Semi, who is built like something you would get when you maxed out the muscle meter in NBA2K's Create-a-Player, is the [...]

By |2019-04-24T13:46:18+00:00April 24th, 2019|NBA, News|Comments Off on Semi Ojeleye Is Brad Stevens’ Wild Card Against the Bucks

Reflections: When It Is More Than the Game

Three Instances This Weekend Reminded Viewers Life Is More Than the Game Tonight at sundown (September 18, 2018), Yom Kippur starts. Yom Kippur is the Day of Atonement for Jewish people around the world. It is a time for reflection and a time to apologize for all the sins of the past year. These moments of [...]

By |2018-09-18T20:11:20+00:00September 18th, 2018|General Sports, Lifestyle, NBA, NFL|Comments Off on Reflections: When It Is More Than the Game

Why the National Anthem, the Flag, and Memorial Day Matter

Standing for the National Anthem, Respecting the Flag, and Honoring Memorial Day Some say it is just a flag. Some say it is just a song. But Old Glory and the National Anthem are more than that. The last time I remember really staring at the United States' flag was on a blisteringly cold Sunday [...]

By |2018-05-28T03:30:16+00:00May 28th, 2018|Lifestyle, NBA, NFL|Comments Off on Why the National Anthem, the Flag, and Memorial Day Matter
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