Why LeBron Made The Wrong Decision

Friday, February 4th, 2011

If this NBA season has taught us anything, it's that LeBron James' decision to abandon Cleveland was not exactly misguided, at least outside of that whole terrible execution thing. (Involving Jim Gray in anything pretty much guarantees you of terrible execution). The woeful supporting cast he had with the Cavaliers ...

Buffalo Refuses To Surrender

Monday, November 29th, 2010

For as long as I have written for this site, I have speculated about the never-ending battle taking place on opposite ends of Lake Erie as Buffalo and Cleveland duke it out for the distinction of being America's Most Tortured Sports City. (I also commend Seattle's strong push to become ...

The Miami Heat Have Lost As Many Games As The Indiana Pacers

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Yeah, read that one again. The Miami Heat, Miami Thrice, The Big Three, the greatest combination of superstars in NBA history have the same number of losses as the Indiana freaking Pacers. I'll allow you a few minutes to stop laughing... The Heat allowed a 22-point lead to slip away Tuesday ...

Breaking Down Antonio Cromartie’s Miami Heat Comments

Friday, September 10th, 2010

OK, so I think I know what Antonio Cromartie was going for when he claimed the New York Jets were the NFL's version of the Miami Heat. But did he really think about what he was saying? Well, since it's Antonio Cromartie, given stellar track record of thinking before he ...

Link Dump!

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

Terrance Cody failed his physical for the Ravens - No Guts, No Glory Your daily Jeremiah Masoli update - Friends of the Program The Baker's boy Stylez White is a fantasy sleeper - Fantasy Knuckleheads Is what Chris Paul tried to do to the Hornets worse than what LeBron did? - Can't Stop ...

Unlike LeBron James, Derek Fisher Gets It

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

Derek Fisher could have taken more money and gone with the latest, flashy option and signed a deal with the Miami Heat. Instead, he took less money to stay at home, and finish what he's started with the Los Angeles Lakers. In fact, Fisher's three-year, $10.5 million deal will net ...

LeBron: Almost As Popular as iCarly

Monday, July 12th, 2010

The ratings are in for LeBronapalooza, aka the Bron-Bron Fellatiathon, also known as "The Decision."* As expected, it was a ratings bonanza. I guess. With 9.95 million viewers, the program was the third-highest rated show on cable this year, trailing only the Pro Bowl and an episode of Nickelodeon's "iCarly." Wait. Whaaaaaaa? The most ...

Case Closed

Friday, July 9th, 2010

Three years ago, I wrote my first real blog post for this site attempting to determine which town was America's Most Tortured Sports City. It's still the most commented upon piece I've done here. Ultimately it boiled down to Buffalo vs. Cleveland, with Buffalo getting the temporary nod. It's been a ...