Last night, the air conditioning went out in San Antonio during the first game of the NBA Finals. The players – and fans – were hot. The broadcasters were complaining. It was uncomfortably warm; reports said the temp hit 88-90 degrees in the stands at halftime. But only one player had cramping issues: LeBron James.... Read more »
The Miami Heat won a championship last night. For the next couple weeks, each segment of television on ESPN will probably begin with something about LeBron James. Yes, that includes their “NFL Live” program, which continues to fancy the idea of him playing tight end for the Cleveland Browns. A couple weeks ago, I shared... Read more »
On Tuesday night, the Boston Celtics went into Miami and took Game 5 away from the would-be champion Heat on their floor. They’ll head back to Boston with a chance to win the Eastern Conference Finals in six games on Thursday night. And the Heat failing would be the best thing that could happen for... Read more »
The NBA playoffs are in full swing, if you want to call it that. And haven’t they been great! And no, my cynicism isn’t completely rooted in Derrick Rose being done for the year. Look around the first games of this year’s playoffs. What have we seen? Here are the scores from this weekend. Bulls 103... Read more »
On Monday evening, while most of Chicago was watching the rebirth of the Detroit Lions, the NBA cancelled the first two weeks of the 2011-12 season. What does this mean to Bulls fans? The NBA has already removed the first two weeks from team calendars online. If the NBA doesn’t cancel any other games, the... Read more »
After Scottie Pippen cemented his head somewhere comfortably in his rear end and told the world that LeBron James is better than Michael Jordan, the whole world sat back and waited to see King James back up the praise. Well, on Tuesday night, LeBron achieved an incredible feat: an elusive triple-single. Eight (8) points. MJ... Read more »
Memo to LeBron: Michael Jordan never won a drama critics award.
As if Chicago needed another reminder of how fake LeBron’s “greatness” is….
Luol Deng, Carlos Boozer and Luol Deng combined to score 63 points. Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and LeBron James combined to score 63 points. And the Bulls have a bench. Have I mentioned Taj Gibson yet? The Bulls bench was dominant, their bigs were too much and their effort was better than Miami could offer... Read more »
The Chicago Bulls blew out the Atlanta Hawks on Thursday night, advancing to the Conference Finals for the first time since the-man-whose-middle-name-is-Jeffrey was playing shooting guard. They’ll face the Miami Heat in the next series, and the Bulls will win that series as well. Here is why. Let’s start by giving the Heat a little... Read more »