Otto Graham, Greatest Two-Sport Athlete Ever
Okay folks, it’s been awhile since we delved into history. But it’s time. And we’re starting with a biggie. You know how when people talk about two-sport athletes, they always mention the same two names: Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders. Now I’m not going to take anything away from those two. They are both outstanding athletes, and I wish we would’ve gotten to see...
LeBron James, a Brat Among Men
For the last year or so, the basketball world has been keeping one eye on LeBron James. Trying to decipher if he’s made a decision on where he’s going to play next. Would he stay in Cleveland? Would he go to New Jersey to play for Jay-Z? Would the New York Knicks reinvent their legacy by adding the King? Well after all the wondering, the day finally came to find out LeBron’s...
A Dream Come True, Lakers Beat Celtics in Seven
The Los Angeles Lakers toppled the Boston Celtics 83-79 in game seven of the 2010 NBA Finals. Now for those of you who hate L.A. (And I know there is plenty of you) forgive me for gushing, but I have to reflect on this. Because this literally was history in the making. And my generation finally got to be part of it. As Kobe Bryant said of this, his fifth title, “This is the...
Sorry for the delay...again
Hey folks, been experiencing technical difficulties with the laptop. And it has made it impossible to write ANYTHING. So, I know it’s been awhile, but I’m getting caught up in everything that has happened in the world of sports. We have a few new/repeat champions that need to be praised. So without further delay, let’s get to it!