The Lady Sportswriter, Kimberley Nash, returns to the podcast to discuss Lavar Ball, his recent dustup with Fox Sports 1 (FS1) reporter Kristine Leahy on
The Herd with Colin Cowherd, why I found the exchange to be so fascinating (from both sides), and much more. (Run Time: 34 minutes) Continue reading “S2, Ep. 7: Kimberley Nash, The Lady Sportswriter (Returns)”
The world of sports agents isn’t one for the faint of heart. It takes a level of skill and determination that few have. For minorities, that rings even truer.
Continue reading “Ep. 9: Bill Strickland, Pioneer NBA Sports Attorney/Agent”
The Warriors are facing elimination against the Spurs (Photo Credit: Nathaniel S. Butler/ NBAE via Getty Images)
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)”
Our thoughts exactly, Dwight
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”
Adam Cubbage and Baden Bagley talk the Yankees playoff woes, Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers, Seattle sports misery and sound off on what would make attendance better in sports. Give it a listen!
It’s too easy to look at the Miami Heat, who suffered a 105-94 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder in game one, and figure out a way to blame Lebron James.
Continue reading “NBA Finals 2012: Miami Heat Have An Issue, And Lebron James Isn’t (Completely) To Blame”
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.
Continue reading “Boston Celtics Set The Blue Print For Modern “Big Three’s.” Can They Beat What They’ve Created?”
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I’m gonna put this in the nicest way possible. The Los Angeles Lakers aren’t close to anyone within their conference that matters.
Continue reading “Los Angeles Lakers Need To Consider A Few Things This Offseason”
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I’m a Georgia native, fan of the Braves, Falcons, Hawks, and Georgia Bulldogs. My allegiance to said teams will never change no matter where I am in the world.
That said, here’s my take on the Atlanta Hawks.
Continue reading “NBA Playoffs 2012: Atlanta Hawks May Need To Consider Another Blueprint”