ESPN in the United States is pretty much a household staple and easily the top source when looking at sports news, but sometimes, they have days that make TMZ look like a reputable news source. Two pieces solidify ESPN’s complete … Continue reading ESPN: The Worldwide Leader in Storytelling
May is coming to an end, and the Washington Nationals are catching fire, currently one of the most dangerous teams in baseball, which leaves this writer worried. Sure the Nats are hot, MLS soccer’s DC United are dominating it’s sport … Continue reading What’s Wrong With Sports in Washington, DC? Are We Cursed?
Let’s be honest, the world is f**ked up right now. Let’s recap the major stories circulating on TV: Michael Brown murdered by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri (riots follow) Israel knocking out the Gaza Strip (Mike Tyson style) Ukraine … Continue reading Why I Care About the 2014 Little League World Series
Four years ago, anyone living in Cleveland, Ohio or that is some sort of Cavaliers fan would have compared Akron, Ohio native LeBron James to the devil because when he took his talents to South Beach, he pretty much left … Continue reading Welcome Home, LeBron James
This pretty much says it all for Brazil: https://twitter.com/BuzzFeed/status/486631201198067712 This is the result of over $11 billion spent towards the competition: Riots because of poverty, infrastructure issues, high taxes, and unemployment Star player goes down before their semifinal match Worst … Continue reading Brazil’s World Cup Aftermath
Here has what happened since Donald Sterling’s argument with V. Stiviano about his bigoted views and ideas: In other words: The Clippers advanced to the NBA Western Conference Semifinals, only to lose to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Donald Sterling still does … Continue reading To Steve Ballmer & the Los Angeles Clippers
On Sunday morning, I decided to watch SportsCenter (because there wasn’t much on), and the top story was not the NBA playoffs, but the events about alleged racial discrimination by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling in a conversation with his … Continue reading Donald Sterling: Another Racism Story in Sports Among Others
Okay, after what has happened, I might stop being a sports fan all together (Note: The NBA season hasn’t even started). So far these teams have struggled to perform, let alone stay consistent, but it seems the Redskins, Capitals, Maryland … Continue reading What’s Wrong With Sports in Washington, DC: The Sequel