As I sat last night, riveted to game five of the Suns/Lakers series, I could not get the idea out of my head that this Lakers team may be the most utterly unlikeable team that I've ever seen.
Although speculation about Jackson's next assignment has duly mentioned his relationship of more than 10 years with the team's Executive Vice President, Jeanie Buss I don't know if enough importance is placed on that part of his life.
The Meadowlands will host the 2014 Super Bowl. Mayor Bloomberg, apparently overcome with giddiness, predicted the Giants will play the Jets. The tooth fairy will handle the opening toss.
A new lawn mower speed record was set yesterday in Wales, by a guy named Don Wales (yup, Wales did it in Wales), surpassing 87mph. It was set on a sand course, not some dude's front yard.
The NBA draft lottery is tonight. The team with the worst record, the New Jersey Nets, has a 25% chance of winning.
Los Angeles is standing as one against Arizona's spastic extremism. Everyone in Los Angeles, that is, except for iconic Los Angeles Lakers basketball coach Phil Jackson.
Sports fans are a loutish bunch. However, the treatment of Derek Fisher this past week by the Utah fans was beyond deplorable.
Tiger Woods' swing coach, Hank Haney, resigned. A whole bunch of wiseguys respond by saying, "Tiger swings pretty well on his own."
Where, I wonder, are other middle class African Americans like me who could save up to purchase a ticket?
I am puzzled as to why there are almost no African American fans in the audience at NBA playoff games. Where are other middle class African Americans like me who could purchase a ticket?
The real meat and potatoes of the weekend: the first proposal for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement from the NBA to its players' union asked for everything plus the kitchen sink.
When it comes to second bananas in professional sports, my client Pau Gasol is second to none.
The IMF has proposed a plan that might help Haiti build a new foundation for nation building. But if this plan is to succeed it will need to contain the global drug trade that dominates Haiti's economy.
Eight teams in the NBA's Western Conference can make the playoffs but it looks like 13 have a shot. Let's used Adjusted +/- player ratings to analyze each team.
Leslie is taking on another challenge, helping to grow awareness for a disease that is close to her heart -- her stepdad Tom passed away from liver cancer.
California Congressman Joe Baca says forget about that legislation that he proposed to honor Tiger Woods with a Congressional Gold Medal. Good call, Joe.