So Kanye West has been in the news lately, for being Kanye West. As far as I can tell that has always been his only crime. It’s not the type of crime that gets you put in jail, because it’s not actually a crime. He’s just an out spoken, arrogant guy. That makes Twitter tough […]
The idea that the Cleveland Cavaliers have a chance to make the playoffs is embarrassing. This is a team that has been riddled with turmoil all year. They’ve had fights among players, summers free agent signing that had to be traded (Earl Clark and Andrew Bynum), rumors that their best player doesn’t want to be […]
My brother Kyle, joins me for this episode of the Last Show. We talk about LeBron James’ Mount Rushmore and get derailed throughout the process. At one point we question the credentials of Teddy Roosevelt, wonder what Jack Hanna is doing, and talk about LeBron James’ Mount Rushmore of NBA players. We eventually get focused […]
Kortney talks about Hello Kitty and Cartoons. He also talks about if LeBron is on the NBA’s Mount Rushmore. Perhaps he is?
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So far the NBA season has been uneven. And by uneven I mean the Eastern Conference stinks, and the Western Conference is great. You can actually make an argument that, every team in the East, except for the Milwaukee Bucks and Philadelphia 76ers, could make the playoffs. On the other hand, the Western Conference only has 9 teams […]
I can’t believe it, but Anthony Bennett could actually be a real NBA player. I can’t believe I just wrote that. Even though I know I just wrote that. The Notorious D.N.P. – thanks Bill Simmons – can play in the NBA. Maybe Chris Grant was right to draft him with the first pick? Maybe […]
Kortney talks about the Cavaliers’ disarray and the firing of Chris Grant. He also talks about how 700,000 people showed up to the Seattle Seahawks’ parade.