The NBA Finals return Thursday night in the most familiar matchup possible. The Los Angeles Lakers will face the Boston Celtics in a series to decide professional basketballs highest championship for the 12th time. After this Read More
Instead of taking additional time off or training on their own, many young US stars earned spots to play for their country over the summer in the FIBA World Cupin Madrid and Barcelona, Spain. Unintentional coincidence found me gallivanting around Spain at the same time, and I was lucky enough to take in the US Semifinal and Final... Read More
. Well its June 4th and Im still writing about the Celtics, but last night was not exactly the outcome I was hoping for. Game 1 of the Finals seemed out of sync from the very beginning. 27 seconds into the game Joey Crawford called a double... Read More
Giving back to the community. Do you realize how many times that expression shows up in various articles each day? What does it mean?
Well, I think I know what it means, and I dont like it. The implication is that, if someone has become successful, it is because the... Read More
And by that I mean I dont get the way leagues are structured in other countries. In the US, we have the MLS. It functions in the same way any other major league sport does over here in the US: Two conferences with X number of teams. Teams in each conference play games, determine who makes the playoffs, then teams in each conference face off in the playoffs to see who wins the... Read More
Not lengthy after graduation, Saunders experienced training to start a lengthy and winding road to the National basketball association. He began at Golden Valley Lutheran College just outdoors of Ontario and it was being an assistant at Minnesota and Tulsa before seven seasons within the Continental Basketball Association.
Gregarious and... Read More