Posts Tagged: nba

No Wade out

Agree or disagree with the move, it’s a sad day in South Florida as Dwyane Wade leaves from his career as a Miami Heat basketball player to the Chicago Bulls to (probably) end his career in a couple of years. Understanding how it came for the face of the franchise and local icon to end… Read more »

There is nothing but Lebron James

…or so it would appear, especially if you live in South Florida or Cleveland. I have enjoyed immensely having the best player in basketball in my hometown for the last four years.  Joining forces with our own hall of fame star, Dwyane Wade and the multi-talented Chris Bosh, we have had four years of basketball… Read more »

Don’t those OTHER players look dopey?

The psychology of sports fascinates me.  What is unique is the fact that none of us are aware of it in the moment.  It is only during those times in between, where, should we care to, we can see the impact the games have on us. As the NBA regular season was winding down and… Read more »

Winning is everything

“How you play the game” doesn’t matter. It should.  Of course it should.  But it doesn’t. What triggers me to start this usually cheerful blog with such dour comments?  Read on… Having just finished the first half of the NBA basketball season and its mostly pointless All Star weekend, I was once again made incredulous… Read more »

The trouble with being human

I really need to not eat Doritos just before sitting down to type these blogs… The NBA finals have ended and my local team came up short.  As you regular readers know, I’ve been following (and even rooting for) this much maligned team due primarily to the fact that I think the nationwide antipathy to… Read more »

From dogs to underdogs

Yes, I know last week was “sports week”, but an uncanny situation is developing in sports that demands some special attention.  You may have even heard about it. A few months ago, several of the NBA’s better players (including two often listed in the “top five”) decided to join together on one team in the… Read more »