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Archive for May 6th, 2010

Danny Ainge Regrets Throwing the Towel in Game Two

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Right now the Celtics are in a dogfight with number one seed in the Eastern Conference and it seems as if Boston has outplayed Cleveland for five and a half of the eight quarters.  You would think that the conversation surrounding the Celtics would be about how well they’ve played ...

The New Kid on the Block

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Tiger Woods has completely dominated the PGA Tour for the last decade or so but now with his off the course issues, the door is wide open for another player to emerge.  Twenty-one year old (as of May 4th) Irishman Rory McIlroy looks like he could be that guy after ...

Mark Sanchez Has His Head On Straight Heading Into Sophomore Season As The Jets’ QB

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

If I absolutely had to wager everything on whether or not I thought Mark Sanchez would go on to have a very productive NFL career, I'm just not sure what position I'd take. Obviously it's extremely tough to be consistently great in the NFL as a signal caller. A whole ...

Jameer Nelson: “Well we are pretty good and we know that and we know that we can get better.”

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Jameer Nelson and the Orlando Magic completely destroyed the Atlanta Hawks in the first game of the Eastern Conference semifinals.  They made it look as if they were playing a college basketball team and they were completely outcoached.  On offense, the Hawks were not running any set plays.  They were ...

Kimbo Slice is Looking for Blood in his Fight Against “Meathead”

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

A couple of years ago, my friend introduced me to a street fighting, You-Tube sensation that had a dew rag, a crazy beard, and a mean face.  His name was Kimbo Slice.  After dominating the streets, Slice decided to try his hand at MMA.  His first few fights were a ...

Mike Bacsik On His Racially Insensitive Tweets: “I Don’t Really Have a Defense.”

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Mike Bacsik probably should have stopped at being remembered for being a bad pitcher. The infamous gopher-ball-giver-upper left baseball after five seasons and 216 innings pitched in the MLB (with a career ERA of 5.46) to become a member of the media as a radio producer for KTCK "The Ticket" ...

Terry Francona Needs Production Over Clubhouse Happiness

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Going into the season, I had very high expectations for the Boston Red Sox - and I am not a Red Sox fan. Right now, Boston has a losing record (13-14) and sits 6.5 games back of the Tampa Bay Rays in the AL East and six games behind the ...