Month: June 2010

Goodbye Coach Wooden

[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=John+Wooden&iid=3309921″ src=”e/a/f/d/d4.JPG?adImageId=13107531&imageId=3309921″ width=”380″ height=”253″ /] This morning our world is missing one of the greatest leaders of any field, legendary U.C.L.A. coach John Wooden. The man who led U.C.L.A. basketball to 10 NCAA titles passed away at the age of 99 yesterday.

Reggie Wayne Wants His Money…Now.

[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Reggie+Wayne&iid=7646910″ src=”3/7/8/2/AFC_Championship_New_ba6c.jpg?adImageId=13093079&imageId=7646910″ width=”380″ height=”265″ /] A slew of players around the league are not happy with their contract situation as training camp approaches next month. Add Indianapolis Pro Bowl receiver Reggie Wayne to the list.

Celtics/Lakers XII: Bring Your Hard Hat

[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=celtics+lakers&iid=7774565″ src=”2/1/8/3/Los_Angeles_Lakers_08b6.jpg?adImageId=13090478&imageId=7774565″ width=”380″ height=”290″ /] If you remember, sometime after the NFL season ended, we posted a few suggestions on things to do during the NFL’s offseason. Well, we have arrived to the NBA’s main event…the NBA Finals.

Joe Namath Being Weird

Joe Namath turned 67 on Monday. The Super Bowl III MVP took it upon himself to spit some knowledge about aging and birthdays and proclaim that he expects to be around until he turns 100. Why? Well, because he is B-Joe, aka Broadway Joe.

Rolling Stone Buries The Who Performance At Supe XLIV

[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=The+Who+Super+Bowl+XLIV&iid=7838704″ src=”1/d/d/8/The_Who_performs_e415.JPG?adImageId=13072585&imageId=7838704″ width=”380″ height=”242″ /] The newest edition of Rolling Stone includes the best and worst moments of the 2009-10 TV season. Not holding back, the magazine had less than kind remarks regarding The Who’s performance at halftime of Super Bowl XLIV in Miami last […]