The Champ, The Custodian, and The Franchise discuss potential destinations for Carmelo Anthony, the furniture at the University of Akron, elaborate pranks, and the song “Magic Chair” by Del Suggs.
The Champ, The Custodian, The Franchise, and special guest star Anderson Varejao discuss week one of the NFL, amateur magic, and Batman villains.
The Champ, The Custodian, and The Franchise talk about the start of the NFL season, LeBron James sightings at the University of Akron, and college football. An early Wild Card Time gets derailed by the newest segment of the Paints in the Point Podcast, the “Upper Decker Hour.”
The Champ, The Custodian, and the Franchise talk basketball. New segments abound: Champ Time, Custodian Time, Franchise Time, and True or False. Wild Card Time features questions from The Freelancer.
The Champ, The Custodian, and the The Franchise are back to talk basketball.
The Celtics have an obvious offseason strategy. Their problems last year were their age and their lack of athleticism. So, what do they do? They release Tony Allen (for the record, young and athletic and could defend LeBron/Wade). Then, they pick up Jermaine O’Neal (who lost his youth and athleticism long ago) to replace Kendrick Perkins. Now they have reportedly picked up Shaq (see: Jermaine O’Neal parentheses).
So to recap, they had a problem with their old age and not being able to respond to athletic teams, and in this offseason they got older and less athletic (all due respect to Von Wafer, although I think that goes without saying).
If you had pets, do you remember your parents detailing the virtues of taking your aging, and often failing, pets to the farm? This mysterious farm that had acres and acres of open fields filled with mice that your cats could play with or tennis balls your dogs could catch. You thought, “I don’t want to give up my beloved friend, but if (s)he is going to be happier, then who am I to stop this?” You let them go, comforted by the fact that your pet would be better off. Read the rest of this entry »