Last Sunday, Jesse Williams called us to action. Now Alton Sterling is dead. When will we heed Williams’ words?
Stephen Curry is on a dangerous path, and it has nothing to do with his new shoes (they just passed toolboxes as the #1 Father’s Day gift this weekend). Curry has revolutionized the sport of basketball and led his team to historical heights. His Golden … Continue reading Tonight is Curry’s Defining Moment
Disappointment. Sadness. Those are two of the many words that the infamous “Crying Jordan” picture represents. This meme has gone beyond viral, and there couldn’t be a more perfect year for its emergence. The American professional sports world is the epitome of “Crying Jordan”. Of … Continue reading 2016: Year of Crying Jordan
Frustrated, I marched to my math teacher’s desk after class. I had gotten every single answer correct and still failed. Coming home with an F was punishable by death, and I couldn’t die before finding out if the ’08 Patriots would complete their undefeated season. … Continue reading “Show Your Work”
I don’t cry often. There are only a few events in my life I remember shedding tears over, and two of them were because of Peyton Manning. His Indianapolis Colts obliterated my beloved Denver Broncos in the playoffs two years in a row, outscoring them … Continue reading Why LeBron is the NBA’s Peyton Manning
After over a year of pump fakes, the much anticipated Drake album, Views, released yesterday. I’m giving it a first listen as I write this, and figured I should take some time to introduce myself and how I plan to bring you my own views. My … Continue reading Allow Me to Introduce Myself