Blame it on England and Kobe

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The other day a friend of mine, while congratulating me for finally getting into the world’s favorite substitute for war, wondered why the hell North America calls it “soccer” as opposed to football, which is what everyone else calls it. “What is a soccer anyway?” Well, friend, I have looked into this one. Apart from … Continue reading

The NBA Finals: Pre-Game 3 Analysises

The Boston Celtics managed a win over the Los Angeles Lakers in LA to drive the series to 1-1. Brilliant performances by Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo helped lift the Celts past the inspired play of Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol, the gimpyness of Kevin Garnett, and the unnecessarily tight officiating of the officiators. Horrific … Continue reading

Game 2: The NBA Finals vs. Adam Sandler’s Nips

BOSTON — The NBA Finals began right under my nose. I completely missed Game 1, which probably worked out for the best. I would have been riding a high of excessive hometown pride and may have made a few stupid bets. Owing more money to unsavory con-men isn’t something I need—I already owe Verizon a … Continue reading

Scott Brown Selected to Start in NBA All-Star Game by Uninformed Electorate – AP Reports

Despite playing only 20 games this season with career low numbers (14.9, 2.8, 4.3), Scott Brown has been selected to start the NBA All-Star game on February 14th. This has come as a surprise to followers of the NBA considering the impressive seasons put together by Rajon Rondo, Joe Johnson, Martha Coakley, Derrick Rose, and Brandon Jennings, … Continue reading