July 8, 2010
LeBron glares knowingly into your soul
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March 17, 2010
A big shoutout to the most famous Irish basketball player in the league right now: Shaquille O’Neal. Also of Irish heritage: Kevin McHale, Mike Breen, and Jason Kidd. Who knew?
March 11, 2010
Nick Nolte, Shaquille O’Neal, Penny Hardaway, Ed O’Neill, Bob Knight, and Bob Cousy. Need I say more?
February 15, 2010
Its hard to pity millionaires. It’s really hard. They have access to all the pretty things in life. Yet, I have a tremendous amount of sympathy for Mike D’Antoni.
He has essentially gone from driving a Ferrari to driving a beat up Ford Taurus, yet he is still expected to accelerate from 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds. He may be a talented coach who has revitalized the concept of a high paced offense winning at a major level, but he isn’t a miracle worker. Read the rest of this entry »
February 11, 2010
After viewing the Freelancer’s reporting (go ahead, read it…), I remembered that Shaq wasn’t always an old and out of shape center. He used to be what Stan Van Gundy wishes Dwight Howard would be. Read the rest of this entry »
February 11, 2010
While I wasn’t too big a fan of last summer’s Shaq Vs. on ABC, the network has picked up the series for a second season, totaling six episodes. Here’s some athletes I’d like to see Shaq go up against: Read the rest of this entry »
January 8, 2010
I have given much of my recent thoughts to the concept of athletes aging, and usually not aging well. It is a stark reminder that greatness is fleeting and quickly replaced by more greatness in a newer and flashy form. Athletes can’t age like normal people, at least not in the realm of sports (not in their personal lives, only on the playing surface/field). They age like milk: it is great and delicious and satisfying until one day it has a nauseous smell and an even worst taste. Read the rest of this entry »