Leave LeBron James Alone

I must admit, I never thought in one million years that I would be writing a title to an article like this. After 2010, I became an official “LeBron-hater” following the PR fiasco that was The Decision. I joined in on a gang attack of James and his desire to be a champion, how he… Continue reading Leave LeBron James Alone

Adrian Peterson Does Not Need Your Sympathy

Terrible personal tragedies define us as people. How we respond to hardship likely will tell us how we will respond in prosperity. In the sports world, hardship can refer to many things: a slump, declining of one’s skills, recovery from a severe injury, pressure signing a big contract, etc. Few players are saddled with almost… Continue reading Adrian Peterson Does Not Need Your Sympathy

MLB Must Stop the Hypocrisy

Nearly two weeks ago, Bud Selig put the hammer down on Alex Rodriguez and 12 other players for violating MLB’s drug use policy. While the other 11 suspended received 50-game suspensions, MLB slammed A-Rod for an unprecedented 211 games, which would include the rest of the 2013 season and all of the 2014 season. But… Continue reading MLB Must Stop the Hypocrisy

No, This Site is Not Inactive.

So…what did I miss? Since my last post, the Miami Heat won another NBA Title, the Chicago Blackhawks did indeed buck a losing trend, and Aaron Rodgers ate a little bit of crow. Obviously it’s been a couple of months, but I’m back and ready for the upcoming football season as well as the impending… Continue reading No, This Site is Not Inactive.

Miami Heat Looking Less Likely To Repeat as Pacers Force Game 7

Dynasty time in Miami? Not so fast, says Indiana. For the second straight season, the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals will go to a decisive Game 7. LeBron James and the Miami Heat once again will have to go back home to finish off what has been a pesky team in the Indiana Pacers. But one… Continue reading Miami Heat Looking Less Likely To Repeat as Pacers Force Game 7

Will the Chicago Blackhawks Buck a Losing Trend?

The strike-shortened NHL season comes to a close, setting the stage for a fast-paced 2013 Stanley Cup Playoff season. As the hunt for Lord Stanley’s grail begins, all eyes focus on the Presidents’ Trophy winners in Chicago, as the Blackhawks look to win their second Stanley Cup in three years. The Hawks finish the year… Continue reading Will the Chicago Blackhawks Buck a Losing Trend?

And So Begins the Draft I Have Dreaded the Coming of for So Long

Yes, today is the day. The NFL Draft is finally upon us. Months of speculation. Months of anticipation. Months of pontificating talking-heads talking about talking. Months of “this one has too many red flags,” or “that one doesn’t have enough speed to be a middle linebacker,” or “he doesn’t have a real girlfriend!” All of… Continue reading And So Begins the Draft I Have Dreaded the Coming of for So Long