Month: May 2012

Comedian #BARS

Video: Detroit Tigers’ Jim Leyland rants about everyone doing their job

  Manager Jim Leyland of the Detroit Tigers, registered one of the greatest rants of all-time. After the home plate umpire blew an obvious third strike call in the second inning of the Tigers and Red Sox’s game this weekend. Boston went on a three run rally (That should immediately raise an eyebrow. Anytime that…
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The importance of stars in the NBA Playoffs

  The Indiana Pacers had the Miami Heat on the ropes but couldn’t finish them off. They set themselves up for a storybook ending. Alas, it was not meant to be. How typical. The Pacers were outmatched. Much like a boxer without that knockout punch or a closer without a strikeout pitch, the Pacers needed…
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No team can build around Andrew Bynum

  Andrew Bynum isn’t even 25 years old yet. The Los Angeles Lakers have been waiting for Andrew Bynum to mature for the past 5 seasons. He finally broke out this year as the 2nd best center in the NBA, putting up 18.7 points and 11.8 rebounds per game during the regular season. Dominating numbers…
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The NBA’s new alpha dog Kevin Durant is cold-blooded (Rick James style)

  Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder is announcing his arrival as the new Alpha Dog of the NBA. He choked out the defending champion Dallas Mavericks in the first round with late game heroics, and now he has his foot on the head of The Black Mamba. Dude is getting it done, and…
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This is your fault Pat Riley!

  LeBron James is tired. Dwyane Wade can’t score. Chris Bosh is injured. The Big 3 are in shambles. The Miami Heat’s crisis goes much higher up than the Big 3 though. Beat the Heat, is becoming all too real for Miami fans. A game 3 shellacking led by Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert has…
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Phil Jackson would be able to fix the Miami Heat

I am saying it first!  Phil Jackson to the Miami Heat!    Wow, I have no idea why this hasn’t been brought up more, but let’s evaluate this?  The following are the top five reasons why I’d choose Phil Jackson to coach the Miami Heat if I were Pat Riley.   I. “Coach Spo’ No…
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The Los Angeles Lakers and Kobe Bryant’s championship window is closed

  There’s comes a time when a players window for winning a championship is closed. That time has come for the Los Angeles Lakers with Kobe Bryant. It was fun while it lasted. We all got to watch Kobe and Shaq go to 4 Finals, while they had spats in the media (tell me how…
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Kevin Garnett’s foul reveals late game foul logic

  Naturally, there was a huge outcry following the offensive foul called on Kevin Garnett that cost the Boston Celtics a chance to tie the game very late in the 4th quarter. Garnett was clearly moving on the off-ball screen but the call was deemed wrong by many, including the likes of Pardon the Interruption’s…
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Lady Gaga’s Music, Creating an Insufferable Vice Around Your Head

  I love Lady Gaga just as much as Tony loved having Nicky Santoro put his head in a vice, and pop his eyeball out in Casino (I still can’t believe he did that for Charlie M). The only difference is, the vice that is Gaga will loosen just enough for you to regain consciousness,…
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Cleveland Indians’ lack of pitching is an insult to “Pedestrian”*

  The other day I heard someone say, that the Cleveland Indians’ pitching was, “Pedestrian.” To say Cleveland’s pitching is pedestrian, is an insult to pedestrians, and anyone that has ever brought a pair of walking shoes (Mr. Rogers style). This pitching staff is competitively repulsive. Only they could give up 23 runs to a…
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