The Uniquely Horrible 2019 NBA Draft

If you’ve been following the NBA Draft this year at all, you’ve heard countless times that this is a weak one outside of the top two, or maybe three, guys – depending on which expert you happen to be reading at the time. This prevailing thought is true, however, most NBA fans don’t seem to be realizing the ramifications of just how weak it is.

Continue reading “The Uniquely Horrible 2019 NBA Draft”

Simulating the Knicks’ Offseason

The draft lottery is almost upon us.

Continue reading “Simulating the Knicks’ Offseason”

Who, Why, and In How Long: Round 2 of the NBA Playoffs (West)

With some help from my co-host RJ Garcia, we already broke down round 1 and round 2 in the East. Now, the bracket is finally complete, as the Warriors finished off the Clippers and the Nuggets survived the Spurs. How do we see things shaking out?

Continue reading “Who, Why, and In How Long: Round 2 of the NBA Playoffs (West)”

Who, Why, and In How Long: Round 2 of the NBA Playoffs (East)

The first round hasn’t been made best-of-5 yet, so it played pretty much according to script. In the East, that is. The Warriors have dilly-dallied, and the Nuggets have had trouble closing out the Spurs.

With some help from my co-host RJ Garcia, we already broke down round 1. Now, things get a lot more interesting. The big 4 in the East finally clash, after months of well-deserved anticipation. How do we see things shaking out?

Continue reading “Who, Why, and In How Long: Round 2 of the NBA Playoffs (East)”

The Changing – and Unchanged – NFL Draft

Thirty years can be considered a lifetime in the world of professional sports. Consider the fact that thirty years ago, in 1989, only two quarterbacks passed for over 4,000 yards. Compare that to last season, which saw twelve signal callers eclipse 4,000, and it’d be safe to say we are talking about two completely different sports. The evolution of football is both undeniable and well-documented – teams pass more than ever, bone-jarring hits have been virtually eliminated due to rule changes in favor of player safety, and the every-down back who gets over 270 touches – ten in 1989 compared to just Ezekiel Elliot in 2018 – is a thing of the past. But what has this change in play done to how teams approach the draft, and specifically, the first two rounds of the draft, which are vital to a team’s growth and success down the road?

Continue reading “The Changing – and Unchanged – NFL Draft”

Inning by Inning, the Decisions that Could’ve Haunted Mickey Callaway – But Never Did

On Monday night, the Mets beat the Phillies, 7-6, in extra innings.

Continue reading “Inning by Inning, the Decisions that Could’ve Haunted Mickey Callaway – But Never Did”

Who, Why, and In How Long: Round 1 of the NBA Playoffs

After a long wait, it’s finally here, and we had to do a quick breakdown of each of the 1st round matchups. Arya vs. Daenerys could be a doozy, and Bran vs. Jaime has all kinds of history…

Oh yeah, the NBA Playoffs are here too. I guess I’ll break those down too, with some help from my co-host RJ Garcia.

Continue reading “Who, Why, and In How Long: Round 1 of the NBA Playoffs”