11 short months ago, Lebron James uttered the most infamous words in NBA history: “In this Fall, I’m going to take my talents to South Beach.” Tonight, he probably regrets that Decision more than ever. A year ago, Lebron had it all: The adoration of a city, a state, even a country. Millions loved him. They bought his jerseys, flocked to his games, celebrated his victories, and mourned his losses. He was a hero. He was the “Chosen One.” Reporters …read more
The NFL Lockout: Three Key Components
After performing enough research to feel like I know more than the average fan, I have compiled a list of what I consider to be the three main components of the NFL lockout: 1. Greed (owners) 2. Greed (players) 3. Lack of Transparency (owners and players) The truth is, I’ve been trying for a half hour now to figure out how to put “greed” into that list a third time. If you’re a stranger to the NFL’s lockout particulars, there …read more
Jazz Fans: D Will Ain’t Comin’ Back. Why? Two Words….
Dwight Howard. Yeah that’s right, Superman. Aka the NBA’s Defensive Player of the Year. Aka Duh-Wight (picture Charles Barkley saying it.) Aka the guy who’s going to keep Deron Williams in a Nets jersey. You’re probably thinking, “Dwight Howard plays in Orlando, what does he have to do with Deron Williams?” Great question. Let’s look at the situation. Dwight wants to win. And he wants to win, bad. His Twitter profile affirms that he is after one thing and one thing …read more
Who Will the JAZZ Draft? No Clue. But Here’s Who They SHOULD Draft….
ESPN’s John Hollinger recently named the Utah Jazz as the 7th Greatest NBA Franchise of all time. They found themselves in the mix with Jordan’s Bulls, Russell and Bird’s Celtics, and the much-hated Lakers. This year? They were NBA’s 12th worst. Many fans are wondering/worrying/speculating about what our team will look like heading into next year, and some fans as well as “experts” are claiming that we may be in for a long and painful rebuilding process. The type …read more