NBA fans have to enjoy the point guard match ups playing out in the Western Conference. Chris Paul and his Hornets vs. Tony Parker and the Spurs, Deron Williams and the Jazz vs. Derek Fisher and the Lakers – does it make me Captain Obvious to suggest these guys are the top four at their […]
This week’s POTW comes from college softball. Central Washington’s Mallory Holtman and Liz Wallace earned POTW by helping an opponent to victory. Huh? Did you read that right? Yes, Holtman and Wallace get this week’s honor by assisting the opposition. When Western Oregon University’s Sara Tucholsky tore her ACL celebrating her first career home run, […]
Wish I could write a poignant piece about today’s 134th ‘Run for the Roses’. Any such attempt would serve as nothing more than folly. I have paid marginal (at best) attention to the thoroughbreds. Secretariat’s record-breaking runs in’73 and Affirmed fighting off Alydar to win the Triple Crown in ’78 made for great entertainment. I […]
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After trying to absorb as much of the NFL Draft this weekend, I came away with thoughts about teams, as well as some of the other action occurring in sports over the weekend. → The draft really needs to go back to being in the morning and not the 3:00 pm start that it had […]
Pittsburgh Penguin fans greeted the New York Rangers with a sea of white Friday night. The energy in the four-decade old Mellon Center was palpable. The ‘Broadway Blue’ responded with the game’s first three goals – the last of which came just a little over three minutes into the game’s second stanza. The veteran club […]
Dear Mr. Walsh: Please accept this letter as application for the position as head coach of the New York Knickerbockers. Enclosed you will find my resume, but I would like to emphasize a few important points. I have spent the last fourteen years working as an English teacher. While this experience may not seem directly […]
Tony Parker must have grown weary of being an after thought in all the conversations regarding the top point guards in the NBA. Friday night Parker looked possessed as he dropped 41, handed out 12 assists, and grabbed 5 boards in Game 3 of the Western Conference quarter-finals. All this came after Parker scored 32 […]
Remember when the shrewd Red Auerbach chose Larry Bird before the ‘Hick From French Lick’ declared for the draft. You don’t suppose that Al Davis, with his penchant for acquiring Heisman winners, would choose Tim Tebow?
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