Punch Your Big Ticket Out

Punch Your Big Ticket Out

The tale of KG and the Big Three had a great run, but now it may be time to close the final chapter. There is always the last option of simply bowing out at the end of the season which, although it would leave Boston with little to show for his departure, would be noble in its own right….

One is the Loneliest Number: The Saga of King James Continues

One is the Loneliest Number: The Saga of King James Continues

James was recently named Sportsman of the Year by Sports Illustrated, just one of many awards that will undoubtedly be dished out over the course of his career. By the end he will most likely have more hardware than Home Depot and much of it will be earned and deserved. Yet, I can’t help thinking of what it took to get him there. The countless individuals who were stepped on or passed over by the King on his way to his crown…

Rudy Gay and the Plight of the Griz

Rudy Gay and the Plight of the Griz

Well, let’s just say for a minute that they are talking trades, and that hypothetically speaking they found a buyer that would pick up the remainder of Gay’s five year, 82 million dollar contract that he signed in 2010. Why would they have done it? What would be their motivation for tearing a vital piece from their team in the middle of a ….

Missing Monta? Not in the Bay Area

Missing Monta? Not in the Bay Area

Fast forward to this season and we have a whole new Ben Stiller. The Warriors are 22-10 and in 2nd place behind only the surging Los Angeles Clippers, good for fifth in the powerful Western Conference. They are doing it with complete team play, finding production off the bench from almost everyone on their roster and are battling injuries the entire time…