Hard to turn down free last-minute tickets to the last Blazer home game of the season. Thanks Andrew Witherspoon!
Jonah Lehrer on concussions in adolescents and the future of football. There is a part of me that wishes I played football in high school. I think I could have been a decent wide receiver. Reading this article makes me glad I didn’t.
Tonight’s plan: Lakers vs. Clippers on ESPN Radio and crafting mockups for a theme Daniel and I are working on. It’s a good night.
Kendall Marshall, Roy Williams, and North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball. This is why I love Carolina basketball. There’s nothing better than NCAA basketball and there’s no better NCAA basketball than a well-run Tar Heels team.
Many of my friends misjudge it, thinking sport needs to be swift like a basketball game, or intense and concentrated like a football game. But baseball is more of an experience to have than a spectacle to see. It’s called a park for a reason:… Continue reading →
The best thing I’ve read all day about the possibility of Michael Vick being suspended from pro football: And here I really get riled, because what after all is professional football? Use your imagination a little, and it would be easy to imagine a society… Continue reading →
In a recent post on his blog at Think Progress Matthew Yglesias quotes Malcolm Gladwell and wonders why the professional sports industry is still run in such a closed manner. Part of what makes this interesting is that it’s one of only a few examples… Continue reading →
Doug Glanville has a post on the New York Times that is the best summation of the problem with focusing all of the blame and attention upon Alex Rodriguez for his recent admission of steroid use during his time with the Texas Rangers. In the… Continue reading →