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Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Crew, Contrary to Popular Opinion, Are The Most Exciting...


We place too much value on style over substance in basketball these days. For years, the same gibberish has been ricocheting around the NBA landscape, an often-repeated refrain that says, “The San Anton

First Round NBA Playoff Observations


Thus far, we’ve witnessed the most exciting first round of the NBA playoffs that I can ever remember.

Unfortunately, the memorable and surprising plot turns, along with the amazing performances of guys like Portland’s LaMarcus A

The Pacers Gravy Train’s Been Derailed By Ego, Ecstasy and Danny Granger’s Exit 


There’s a saying that stands the test of time and transcends changing cultural landscapes, eras or situations; “If it ain't broke, don’t fix it.” It’s probably the truest advice a

Just Because The Seattle Storm Were Offended, Doesn’t Make Them Right


I'm actually disappointed in myself for not noticing that during Sunday's Super Bowl broadcast, it was repeatedly mentioned that the city of Seattle hasn't been home to a champion in pro sports since 1979. Problem is that the Seattle St

Five Greatest Super Bowl Performances: Wide Receivers Edition


Today’s wide receivers are often referred to as the “divas” of football, who are high-maintenance glamour boys that demand the spotlight.  The Super Bowl is the ultimate game and the biggest stage a receiver could

Good Morning: The Ghost Of Mark Sanchez Took Over Eli Manning, Threw Three Picks


Eli Manning began his 2013 season with an interception and the Giants never looked back, turning the ball over six times en route to a 31-36 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. 


Good Morning: Oscar De La Hoya Says Canelo Will KO Floyd In Less Than...


Oscar De La Hoya predicts Canelo Alvarez will knock Floyd Mayweather out in less than eight rounds. This p

The Tug of War For Baseball’s Lost Souls


There are two black perspectives on baseball in America. There are the 35-and-older diehards whom grew up when baseball was that sport

Skateboarding’s New Diversity Generation


Located at the southern tip of Manhattan, the L.E.S. Coleman Skatepark is easy to miss if you’re not paying attention. It’s in the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge, and the howling trains that rush directly over the park periodically mask

2013 Draft Class Forecasts: Ballers or Busts?


The 2013 NBA Draft hit some epic highs for entertainment. Anthony Bennett came out of nowhere for the most stunning No. 1 pick in recent memory. Nerlens Noel slid out of the top 5. David Stern, in final draft before retiring, hit his “ch