Now that LeBron James and the Cavs tied the city of Cleveland to the proverbial tree of woe again after getting bounced from the Eastern Conference Finals, I’m here to pile on the misery sort of. I don’t have anything against Cleveland personally but since the Phillies saved Philadelphia […]
Bill Simmons began a feature today on his Twitter page called You Tube Classic. One of the videos featured is from Game 3 of the 1981 Eastern Conference Finals between the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers. Apparently, times were different back in the early 80s because you could […]
Someone put together a tourism video of Cleveland and let’s just say, it’s not exactly a presentation that will make you get in your car to drive there. My favorite line is “our economy is based on LeBron James. ” Sadly, there is truth in that statement.
Kudos to Bill Simmons for unearthing this gem. On Friday night, everyone in Cleveland was ready to jump off a cliff until LBJ threw out the ultimate life preserver. This video details how it unfolded on Newschannel 5 in Ohio before and after The Shot Part II. One […]
Here’s T.O. anchoring sports coverage on a Buffalo TV station about what else? Himself and the rest of the sports world!
Is there a more entertaining movie genre than blaxploitation films? I think not. From the crazy trailers to the bad acting, those films always entertain. This video entry highlights Slaughter’s Big Rip Off starring the greatest NFL player of all-time, Jim Brown and Ed McMahon! By the way, […]
If this series took place under today’s light rules, half of the players in the fabled 1984 NBA Finals probably would have received Artest-like suspensions. In fact, the Game 4 Rambis/McHale incident would have likely resulted in Big Mac being locked up in a darkened room for a year until […]
Well, this isn’t exactly the meaning of Mother’s Day but Saturday Night Live’s Digital Short has a different idea. It’s not the spectacular D*** In A Box, but it’s not bad at all. Even Susan Sarandon makes a cameo. By the way, Happy Mother’s Day!!!!
Thursday marked the 20th anniversary of “The Shot”, Michael Jordan’s jumper over Cleveland Cavaliers guard Craig Ehlo to decide the Bulls/Cavs first round playoff series in 1989. Someone took it upon themselves to provide a dramatic interpretation of what happened in the huddle before and after the play. […]
The NBA playoffs are always an entertaining proposition. I know a lot of people who believe that the NHL playoffs are the best in terms of action. That’s complete folly. I’ll take the NBA playoffs anyday and Ron Artest is just one of the many reasons why. In […]