This year I decided to up the ante a little. Since Warren Buffet didn’t return any of my calls, a nice little prize package worth $75 will be given to the winner of this years’ bracket challenge. All you need to do are three things: Continue reading “The Locker 2015 NCAA Bracket Group”
The 2013 NBA Draft may go down as the most confusing draft in quite some time. From the very first pick, when most experts had University of Kentucky center Nerlens Noel going number one, the entire draft was kicked off with surprises. Continue reading “NBA Draft 2013 Hangover: My Ridiculously Early Who Hit And Missed Opinion”
Some things, for me, can’t be argued. DJ Jazzy Jeff is the greatest DJ of all-time (See: exhibit A, exhibit B, and exhibit C, and one more for good measure; talk to me if you want more proof) and after four months of watching (attentively) Stephen Curry he might be the best all-around scorer I’ve ever seen Continue reading “NBA Playoffs 2013: The Magnificent Stephen Curry (Feat. Music From The Magnificent DJ Jazzy Jeff)”
Josh McDonald, Intern in the Utah State University athletic department and co-creator of The Front Row Show, joined us for the Podcast to talk the coaching decision regarding Shaka Smart, UCLA, and March Madness.
I think of the Los Angeles Lakers, as a team hamstrung. But not by what you would expect them to be hamstrung by. Continue reading “Time For Dwight Howard To Grow Up”
Co-host Baden Bagley and I discuss the Lakers firing of Mike Brown after the team’s 1-4 start. They also talk the plight of the African-American quarterback in the NFL. Give it a listen friends!
I don’t think there are many words to describe the level of ‘hops’ this man has. Out of control vertical, and he’s 5’5″!!!!
Kyrie Irving might be fast becoming my favorite Duke player of all-time.
And I’m not a Duke fan.
Irving challenged Kobe Bryant to a game of 1-on-1 for charity ($50,000 donation) next summer and upon hearing this I immediately got so excited it shocked me. Check out the exchange provided by DukeBluePlanet Youtube page
Also, you can’t really fault Kobe’s bravado; especially considering who he is. But ummmm Kyrie not dribbling? He might wanna check the practice tape.
(Source: Hoopmixtape.com )
In the first game of the Eastern Conference finals the Boston Celtics looked all but powerless against the Miami Heat.
It was a far cry from their 2008 NBA championship season when they were the 66-16 and the epitome of what the modern-day “big three” should look like. Pierce, Allen, and Garnett set the tone for every season that followed as they’ve made it to the conference finals every season since they’ve been together. This season, however, they are up against an opponent they may prove more difficult than any other they have faced in their time together.
It’s always refreshing in sports to see quiet dominance. Continue reading “As The San Antonio Spurs March On, We Are Reminded That Quiet Dominance In Sports Should Be Embraced”