Meet The New Fab Four

South Carolina coach Frank Martin, the guy with the flashy suits and tough love leadership, led his potent pack of underdogs into the Final Four for the first time in school history. Senior Sindarius Thornwell, determined to extend his final season, stole the thunder Florida guard Chris Chiozza garnered on… Read more“Meet The New Fab Four”

Meet Your 2017 Elite Eight

Sweet 16 Round-up Duke wasn’t the only ones who didn’t see South Carolina coming. SEC Player of the Year Sindarius Thornwell gives his Gamecocks the biggest woody of their collegiate careers with a 24-point performance, beating Baylor 70-50 to advance to the Elite Eight for the first time in school… Read more“Meet Your 2017 Elite Eight”

The Sweet and Sour of March Madness

March Madness served up a five-course meal on Sunday, and how Sweet 16 it was. My brackets may be broken, but my heart is intact, as I have neither skin nor gelt in the game. Louisville was the first team to tear apart my last men standing, losing to Michigan’s… Read more“The Sweet and Sour of March Madness”

UC Davis Defies The Odds With First Final Four Appearance, USC’s Epic Comeback Over Providence

On the eve of the first round of the NCAA tournament, Dayton, Ohio was the scene of a couple of hard court breaking hearts. The prelude to the big dance was a dramatic double bill featuring a shot at redemption and one for the history books as two California universities… Read more“UC Davis Defies The Odds With First Final Four Appearance, USC’s Epic Comeback Over Providence”

Lakers Lose Ground In Their Quest For The First Round Draft Pick By Beating The Phoenix Suns

In most cases fans would be thrilled for their team to snap an eight game losing streak, but Thursday night the Lakers picked the wrong time to be on the right side of a 122–110 victory. By beating the equally sorry Phoenix Suns, they fall further back from grabbing the… Read more“Lakers Lose Ground In Their Quest For The First Round Draft Pick By Beating The Phoenix Suns”

Lakers Fall to Pelicans 105-97 – Suffer Seventh Straight Loss

While the Buss family drama unfolds like a Shakespearean play, the final curtain on the Lakers season can’t come soon enough. Sunday night at the Staples Center, the Pelicans handed Luke Walton’s young and restless line-up a 105-97 defeat, for their seventh straight loss. And the same shortcomings that appear… Read more“Lakers Fall to Pelicans 105-97 – Suffer Seventh Straight Loss”

Ex-Knick Amar’e Stoudemire is Mired in LGBT Hate

Amar’e Stoudemire professed a lack of amore to the LGBT community yesterday, spewing hateful rhetoric regarding his fellow NBA brothers. Asked about having a gay teammate, Stoudemire said: “I’m going to shower across the street. Make sure my change of clothes are around the corner. And I’m going to drive —… Read more“Ex-Knick Amar’e Stoudemire is Mired in LGBT Hate”