We must all remember that the president can still look for inspiration to Abraham Lincoln in 1864, Bill Clinton in 1996, and Michael Jordan in game five of the 1997 playoffs.
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Losing the reigning MVP for the playoffs is a massive blow; Chicago must now turn to its premier defense and backup point guard (and X-factor) C.J. Watson if it has any hope to make a deep postseason run.
It remains to be seen how James will fare should the Heat make it to the Finals, but if his regular season is any indication he may fare much differently than last season.
Wieden and Kennedy and ESPN have given us an insight into the life of an average person with a legendary name. This approach personally made me ask, 'What if my name was Michael Jordan?'
In a new segment with Noah Coslov of CineSport, I break down a potential sleeping giant in the Western Conference, and discuss why the Lakers have enjoyed success with the injured Kobe Bryant out of the lineup.
I would argue, notwithstanding the endless echo chamber of political insiders and slashing attacks that is called our public discourse, that the wonderful story of Jeremy Lin tells us far more about America than partisan debates or talking heads.
The justices flatly rejected prosecutors' arguments that Stanley Wrice's conviction should stand even if he had been tortured by two of Jon Burge's cops. The language was a ringing victory for all police torture victims.
It was clear everyone's first call would go to Orlando and New Orleans, seeking the prize 2012 free agents. What wasn't clear was that either would be available.
So with the eminent return of the world's best basketball players, here are five great reasons to get excited about the NBA's new season.
The Dallas Maverick's demonstrated that a passionate, determined, gritty and talented team could prevail over a group of superstars. This should be the biggest takeaway for the Miami Heat.
If the Mavericks are going to make this a series, they need to be more aggressive on the boards and players not named Dirk Nowitzki need to step up.
I recently appeared on two sports radio stations, discussing the NBA's conference finals, and taking a glance ahead at the upcoming NBA Draft in June.
The Heat were a no-brainer pick in the conference finals. Three superstars versus one should be an easy Heat victory. So why did the Bulls coast to a 103-82 Sunday night in game one? One word, depth.
HuffPost's Jordan Schultz broke down the NBA Playoffs on Tuesday with Noah Coslov of CineSport.