If there's an element of Chicago Bulls fandom that thinks tonight could be the season's end, Mare Bear is not among them. And who knows, maybe she's right. Because if the LeBrons have shown the world one thing this offseason, it's that they're a .500 team on the road.
It's quite simple: The Oklahoma City Thunder have to win in Dallas tonight, then at home on Friday night and then again in Dallas on Sunday night or the Oklahoma City Thunder's season is over. Whenever it happens, maybe that's when somebody can explain who at The Oklahoman newspaper decided to run this deepthroating…
In advance of Game Two of the NBA Western Conference Championship series, DFW.com was kind enough to post 136 "fan photos" from Game One between the Dallas Mavericks and the Oklahoma City Thunder. They're something to behold.
Your morning roundup for May 19, the day Stanley the adult baby entered the nation's political dialogue, and not a moment too soon. Video via College Baseball Daily.
Mare Bear's back. She doesn't much like anybody who plays her Chicago Bulls. You know this. The Bulls now this. And now, the Lebrons know this. Here, Mare breaks down the 21-point Game 1 victory with Wooden-esque nuance and insight. Example:
The only thing better than Game Seven of an NBA playoff series is Game Seven of an NHL playoff series, Game Seven of MLB playoff series or an overtime playoff game in the NFL playoffs beyond the wild-card round. So, brace yourselves for the 3:30 p.m. Oklahoma City Thunder/Memphis Grizzlies winner-takes-all…
Your morning roundup for May 14, the day after a homeless Bulgarian man beheaded an elderly British woman in a Spanish supermarket, walked away "clutching the head by its hair, leaving a trail of blood dripping to the ground," but got caught after an Italian motorcyclist threw a helmet at his face. Oh, Europe.
The Chicago Bulls visit the Atlanta Hawks this evening. If the former wins, it's Chicago vs. Miami for the right to represent the NBA Eastern Conference in the NBA Championship. If the latter prevails, it's Chicago vs. Atlanta for the right to face Miami for the right to represent the NBA Eastern Conference in the…
Your morning roundup for May 12, the day old coot Yogi Berra will come up with something witty to say about turning 82, even though he's only 81.
A season, sense of entitlement and era could come to an ignominious end when the Los Angeles Lakers tip-off against the Dallas Mavericks sometime after 3:30 p.m.
At 5 p.m., the Oklahoma City Thunder visit the Memphis Grizzlies with their series tied-and-bound at one game a piece. Three hours later, the Boston Celtics try to keep from ceding a 3-0 series lead when they host the Miami Heat. Everybody dance, now.
The game that could've been an I-5 grudge match between the Seattle SuperSonics and Vancouver Grizzlies will, in fact, be played at 1 p.m. eastern when Memphis visits the Oklahoma City Thunder. So, they'll couch it as the battle between two of the youngest rosters in NBA history and be done with all that kind of talk…
NASCAR's on tonight. Playoff basketball isn't. The race starting in Richmond, Va. at 7 p.m. isn't the Bubba Burger 250. Hometown hero Denny Hamlin won that last night. Tonight's event is called the "Crown Royal 400."