“I think the Spurs are gonna win it all,” my dad told me a few weeks ago. This was before San Antonio fully morphed into the fully operational Death Star of offensive efficiency that we watched eviscerate Miami in five games. Hell, this was before we knew if they would be able to shake the demons of 2012’s conference finals loss to Oklahoma City, much less the heartbreak in South Beach 12 months ago.
It must be really tough to be a Cleveland sports fan. I know several of them, and none are even surprised any more when their beloved teams find new ways to exercise their ineptitude.
These graphs showing NFL arrests since 2000 reveal several interesting trends.
Professional basketball is a strange, strange business. The Denver Nuggets fired head coach George Karl today despite Karl leading the Nuggets to a franchise record 57 wins with a roster devoid of any true superstar talent. Karl won the NBA’s Coach of the Year award this season, his first such award in 25 years of […]
The San Antonio Spurs have already punched their ticket to the NBA Finals with a sweep of the Memphis Grizzlies, but the Eastern Conference representative has yet to be determined as the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers are deadlocked at two games apiece. With a maximum of 10 NBA games left this season, there are […]