Are People Really Complaining About Advertising on Jerseys?

When the NBA announced it was allowing teams to sell ads on their jerseys for the first time, you would have thought they were...

Basketball’s Golden Age of Surrealism

The more things change…the more they stay the same. Of course a jump shooting team can win a title in today’s NBA. As observers of basketball,...

Is Mark Cuban Bigger Than The Mavericks?

Star power in the NBA can be blinding. Once someone is identified as a star, no matter how ambiguous that definition might be, organizations clamor...

eSports: Re-defining Sport for the next generation?

As a child of the 90s, I’m certainly no stranger to video games.  It all started with the original Nintendo, and as I grew...

Dan Gilbert Literally Can’t Get Out Of His Own Way

Sports are one of the last true meritocratic systems in the world. The best players play and the best organizations flourish. With that being said congratulations...

The Hidden Secret of Sports Media. Shhhh.

Most of us have been there. We’re sitting behind a desk as a young, fresh faced, aspiring sportscaster stares blankly across back at us. You speak,...

Tony Romo’s career is not supposed to end like this. Should it?

Our most beloved stories give us a false sense of normalcy. We’ve watched enough film or television over the years to know there has to...

Is the NBA Ready for Becky Hammon?

On a blistering summer day in San Antonio, Becky Hammon, 37-year old former WNBA star, sat at a podium, with a purple button down...

You Get A Trophy. You Get A Trophy. Everyone Gets A Trophy!

“Young people these days just don’t work as hard.” That’s a direct quote from a good friend of mine, who, and I’m being serious, is...

Has the NCAA Failed It’s Athletes?

American ingenuity is the foundation on which this country was built. Our society extols the virtues of the American Dream, which is personified through...