It was hard to refrain from dancing upon entering the Milwaukee Brewers Clubhouse Saturday. In honor of the one-year anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, the locker room was in the midst of cranking MJ tunes at top volume all weekend. “Always good to have Michael Jackson in the clubhouse going,” says Rickie Weeks. “Everybody grew up with it, everybody loves it.” By: … [Read more...] about Milwaukee Brewers Pay Tribute to Michael Jackson
By Paul M. Banks Slightly before Anna Nicole Smith died, my consumption of the MSM (mainstream media) dwindled down to nothing. When CNN, MSNBC and the conservative public relations firm known as Fox News then spent the next 3 weeks covering nothing but the passing of a C-list celebrity slag, (more like D-list, so her classification matches her cup size) I knew I was not … [Read more...] about A CELEBRITY DEATH? NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT!!!!!
By H. Jose Bosch Every time a professional draft comes up, my least favorite word thrown around is "character." Many coaches and GMs love to wax poetic about the character of potential picks. Guess what: you're building a professional sports team, not the St. Gloira Men's Chorus. That's not to say character is completely bogus. The Pistons are exhibit A in how low … [Read more...] about Detroit Pistons’ Draft Emphasized Character over Talent