Worst Run Team In Sports

The Chicago Bulls logo. ┬áIf you were around in the ’90s you’d remember that image being associated with greatness. Led by Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and their “Zen Master” Phil Jackson, they won six championships in eight years. What’s transpired since 1998 has mostly been disastrous. Sadly, their peril has been self-inflicted. chicagosportsbums.com The guy […]

The Best Playoffs Happening Now

May and June each year bring us the playoff seasons of two major sports in America. This year, and probably last year as well, the best playoff experience hasn’t belonged to the NBA. That distinction, in my humble opinion, clearly belongs to the NHL. Like most kids I grew up with, we followed and played […]

The Best Racing Day of the Year

The Sunday of Memorial Weekend. One of my favorite days of the year. It starts early. In fact, if you’re going to do it right, it starts around 7 am in one of the most beautiful places in the world. The Monaco Grand Prix. formula1.com If you want to see how the world’s 1 percent […]

NBA Finals Preview

The NBA Finals are finally set. The matchup will look familiar. For the third year in a row, the Golden State Warriors will face the Cleveland Cavaliers. Two years ago the Warriors won. Last season, despite trailing 3 games to 1, LeBron James led his Cavs to 3 straight wins and delivered the long-suffering sports […]

Day 1 Qualifying: Indy 500

Following a late start due to inclement weather, day one of qualifying for the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500 took place today. Several drivers were clocking laps over 230 mph, even faster in the straightaways. Though many of the names aren’t household anymore to casual viewers, the owners’ names of some of the most […]


sportingnews.com Does anyone remember boxing? I’d understand if you don’t. Well last weekend, for the first time in probably 15 years, I watched a great boxing match. Not only a great fight, but a great heavyweight championship bout. As a huge boxing fan all my life, I was resigned to the fact the sport was […]

ESPN Layoffs

famouslogos.com In case you hadn’t heard, the ax fell big time today for many of ESPN’s on-air talent. Most folks let go were on expiring contracts and they weren’t offered extensions. Others were offered buyouts. Some of the more notable names included longtime NFL reporter Ed Werner, former NFL QB Trent Dilfer, baseball analyst extraordinaire […]