Tennis Has An Adderall Problem

If you’re like me, your bosses are out for the day and to cope with the monotony of cube life, you fired up ESPN Watch to catch the Wimbledon Semi-Final between Kevin Anderson and John Isner. Holy shit what a match. If you haven’t seen HBO’s “Seven Days In Hell” starring Andy Samberg and Kit Harrington, I recommend you don’t. It’s highly overrated. That aside, … Continue reading Tennis Has An Adderall Problem

Where In The Hell Is Dez Bryant?

It’s been months since Dez Bryant was kind of surprisingly let go from the Dallas Cowboys, and he still hasn’t signed. That’s ridiculous, right? I know that people love citing how many drops he had last year, I know his numbers haven’t fully justified his contract, I know he’s become more of a prototype asshole than a prototype receiver, but if the NFL has proven … Continue reading Where In The Hell Is Dez Bryant?

Is The Western Conference Trying To Become The WWE?

NBA free agency has started and so continues the unending news cycle that is “the association.” The most notable news has come out of California with the Los Angeles Lakers stocking up as much talent as they can as they look for a title push with LeBron James and the Golden State Warriors signing embattled center, DeMarcus Cousins, just last night. The people I’m friends … Continue reading Is The Western Conference Trying To Become The WWE?

DeAndre Ayton vs. Laremy Tunsil: A Tale of Biased Persecution

The one thing that has been more clear than DeAndre Ayton going 1st overall to the Phoenix Suns is his motivation for doing so. Money, and lots of it. In the last few days, Ayton has justified his signing with the titan of 80s apparel, Puma, as “Just trying to get paid,” (don’t quote check me) and voiced his opinion that success in the NBA … Continue reading DeAndre Ayton vs. Laremy Tunsil: A Tale of Biased Persecution

Phil Mickelson May Not Have Gotten The Career Grand Slam, But He Was The Cool Dad On Father’s Day

Has there been a greater battle between millennials and whichever letter defines the older generation than Phil Mickelson’s “meltdown” on Saturday? My dad, an established old guy, thinks being banned from all future US Opens is a fair punishment. I saw some old British guy on TV, John Hopkins (great name), treating Phil’s actions like he clubbed a baby seal, or worse, got taco bell … Continue reading Phil Mickelson May Not Have Gotten The Career Grand Slam, But He Was The Cool Dad On Father’s Day

If LeBron James Has Any Sense He Will Sign With The Charlotte Hornets This Offseason

I know I’m not alone in being tired out from the constant debates in the media regarding the greatness of LeBron James and Michael Jordan. For those of you who aren’t up to date, here are the spark notes. Jordan is 6-0 in the NBA finals, James is 3-6 Jordan won a big game when he was hungover once, James won an important game while … Continue reading If LeBron James Has Any Sense He Will Sign With The Charlotte Hornets This Offseason

Being Unemployed Has Sent Me Down The Weirdest Sports Rabbit Holes That Cable Has To Offer

I’m unemployed right now so I’m watching every single sport you can imagine. French Open? Yup. European Golf Tour? Yes, but only because of the announcers. One time they used the word “supple” to describe the fairway. I have no idea if that even makes sense, but it was amazing. I thought that word was only used to describe breasts, but I digress. Before you … Continue reading Being Unemployed Has Sent Me Down The Weirdest Sports Rabbit Holes That Cable Has To Offer