I Have No Idea What The Fuck To Write About

Did you all miss me? Don’t answer that. Ever since Hockey and Basketball ended, I’ve been lost. I would’ve written about Boston losing the Stanley Cup, but what’s the point? I’ve made just about every Boston joke I can think of on this site, and my avid reader(s) (you (guys)) would likely be disappointed at the lack of originality. And the NBA… yeah that was … Continue reading I Have No Idea What The Fuck To Write About

You Wouldn’t Catch Me Dead Playing For The New York Yankees

So the big news in baseball, right now, is the impending signing of All-Star free agent pitcher, Dallas Keuchel. Whether or not he actually signs in the very near future remains to be seen, but this is what the media is talking about. You might wonder, “why doesn’t the media focus on the games?” But then you’ll remember it’s baseball and outside of bat flips, … Continue reading You Wouldn’t Catch Me Dead Playing For The New York Yankees

Aunt Becky Is The Real Loser From The R.J. Hampton Decision

So yesterday 5-star recruit, and top 10 NBA prospect, R.J. Hampton, declared that he would not be attending college to instead play professionally in Australia’s National Basketball League. It’s an unprecedented move that has the potential to flip the NCAA upside down, which is perfect because that might make some money fall out of their pockets. Sure, you can argue that it’s irresponsible, selfish, and … Continue reading Aunt Becky Is The Real Loser From The R.J. Hampton Decision

As A Giants Fan, I’m A Huge Jets Fan

You gotta love this team, man! You gotta love this team! In case you were also moving your little brother across NYC to a loft, 6 floors up, with no elevator in the East Village yesterday, let me catch you up. Yesterday the New York Jets fired their General Manager of 3 years, Mike McCagnan, and named Head Coach, Adam Gase, as the Interim GM. … Continue reading As A Giants Fan, I’m A Huge Jets Fan

Philadelphia Learned A Hard Lesson About Trust Last Night

8 years ago, the Philadelphia 76ers embarked on a path that would be more uphill than down. They committed to the idea of being the worst team in the NBA for years on end, gathering top talent in the draft, to create a homegrown super team. “The Process,” as it came to be known became a well-documented story line. Over the years, a team that … Continue reading Philadelphia Learned A Hard Lesson About Trust Last Night

These NHL Playoffs Prove They Just Aren’t Worth It

I don’t know how many East Coasters stay up to watch Western Conference hockey, but last night we had a doozy between the Dallas Stars and St. Louis Blues. The game 7 went to overtime, the 4th time a game 7 has done so these playoffs (an NHL record), and ended in 2OT on a scrappy goal from St. Louis native, Pat Maroon. Quick note … Continue reading These NHL Playoffs Prove They Just Aren’t Worth It

Guest Blog: You Can’t Spell ‘The Big One’ Without ‘The Big O’

Sunday, 2pm EST, Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama. It’s known as NASCAR’s biggest, baddest, and fastest track. With 33 degree banking, this 2.66 mile Tri-Oval challenges drivers for the entire race. The nature of superspeedway racing promotes racers to draft off of each other in very close proximity in order to stay with the pack. In other words, ass eating isn’t just for people anymore. The … Continue reading Guest Blog: You Can’t Spell ‘The Big One’ Without ‘The Big O’