- Apr 6, 2020
The New Normal
Things I thought I’d never see… Hundreds of people lined up with their shopping carts, waiting to get into Costco. Half of them wearing...
- Mar 16, 2020
Life Goes On (Well, Sort Of); Mailbag: Readers Respond
With the sports world virtually closed down because of the coronavirus pandemic, there isn’t much to write about. It seems the real world...
- Mar 12, 2020
Sports World Reacts to Virus...Finally
The sports world was slow to react to the coronavirus—though at least no one called it a hoax—but that all changed yesterday when the NBA...
- Mar 9, 2020
The Coronavirus Clown Show
Donald Trump has finally met something he can’t bully, tweet away or drown out with rally chants. The deadly coronavirus pandemic has...
- Jul 16, 2019
Racism Rears Its Ugly (Orange) Head
Sometimes world events make it impossible to write about sports. This is one of those times. (Spoiler alert: if you are a Donald Trump...
- Apr 29, 2019
Notes of Note: Warriors-Rockets, Dabo’s Contract, Giants’ Decline, Durant’s Future, No White House f
There was much to enjoy and savor in yesterday’s 104-100 victory by the Warriors over Houston in Game 1 of the conference semi-finals....
- Jun 20, 2018
End the Madness
With all due respect to World Cup Soccer, Major League Baseball and the NBA Draft, everything that’s going on in sports right now seems...
- May 24, 2018
To Kneel or Not to Kneel
Despite all the buzz surrounding the NBA Playoffs, the NFL once again managed to steal the spotlight yesterday with the announcement of a...
- Jan 12, 2018
CFP, Alabama, Early Departures, Coaching Carousel, A Little Politics
Georgia had it won. And, like the Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl last year, they blew it. This is not to take anything away from...
- Sep 25, 2017
Wild Sports Weekend: Love Trumps Politics
It was a wild and wacky weekend as our two national obsessions—football and politics—collided head on. The main sports headlines focused...