Month: February 2012

Comedian #BARS

The Cleveland Browns must get Robert Griffin III no matter the cost *

The Cleveland Browns must find a way to get Robert Griffin III for several reasons. First and foremost he’s the best quarterback in the draft. I know some people would argue for Andrew Luck, and to those people I would like to show them a video of RG3 running a 4.38 40-yard dash. Then I would…
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The Columbus Blue Jackets stay behind the 8-ball

The non-hockey market of Columbus, Ohio will have to continue waiting for a contender. No biggie, right? It has only been 12 years. I doubt that very many people really care, but the Columbus Blue Jackets are once again left to rebuild. An expansion franchise that has never really found its way in the National…
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Milwaukee Brewers’ Ryan Braun is not guilty…thank God for FedEx

In case you didn’t know Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers was deemed not guilty of taking Performance-enhancing drugs, after over 30 days of arbitration. To say I am excited about this outcome would be an understatement. I’m enthralled with the idea of Braun getting away with the biggest sports crime….steroids. This case isn’t as…
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The NBA All-Star Dunk Contest should take Vince Carter’s advice

This year the NBA All-Star Dunk Contest will feature Jeremy Evans, Chase Budinger, Derrick Williams, and Paul George. While these guys are good young players, nobody wants to see them. I thought the point of the dunk contest was star power? What casual sports fan knows these people? Paul George could be working at Safeway,…
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Kanye West and Jay-Z Drop Ni**as in Paris Video…#FishGrease

I was one of the biggest critics of Kanye West and Jay-Z ‘s compilation album Watch the Throne. My feelings still haven’t change, but I will admit that I was wrong about “Niggas in Paris.” That track is fire! I’m talking about fish grease. I think the first time I listened to it. The weird…
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Portland Trail Blazers, Greg Oden, and the career that should have been

It was announced yesterday that Greg Oden of the Portland Trail Blazers, had his third microfracture surgery in 4 years. That’s unbelievable! Three microfracture surgeries in 4 years, that has to be some kind of record (I’m about to get Ripley on line 1). At this point I question if there are any original parts in his…
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It’s Peyton Manning’s Choice

Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Colts is a man. He can make his own decisions and no one else should be telling him otherwise. As much everyone thinks they know what is best for Peyton Manning, they don’t. Manning is coming off reportedly 4 separate neck surgeries in the past 2 years according to Don…
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LeBron James wants back in Cleveland for the money

When reports surfaced that LeBron James of the Miami Heat would be open to the idea of returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers. I grunted, “This guy is unbelievable Un-bee-lieevable! (Dane Cook style).” What the hell happened? Are you finished taking your talents to South Beach? Did all the women dry up because of your lack…
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LeBron James: Cleveland’s Prodigal Son

LeBron James: The Prodigal Son As a native of Cleveland, Ohio, my first thought when LeBron James left Cleveland, OH was denial.  My second emotion was anger.  But my third emotion, like many other Cleveland Cavaliers fans, was hope.  Today, after seeing Lebron’s interview in Cleveland from yesterday, that hope is growing. LeBron James left…
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Jeremy Lin’s rise shouldn’t be so surprising

The circumstances are Lincredible. The meteoric ascension to stardom is one of a kind. The hype is more than deserved for this Linderella story. The shock of Lin measured a 9.0 on the Richter scale after his game winner on Tuesday night in Toronto and who knows how long we will feel the after effects.…
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