The bearded irritant of the 2010s has long been a controversial figure in the NBA. Against the Celtics, that’s finally changing.
“This is the way of all men as they get older: seeking one last bite of the apple and hoping it doesn’t turn to ashes in your mouth,” writes Corbin Smith.
The dour “injury version” of Fox’s epic theme song is the perfect metaphor for consuming, producing, and broadcasting professional football. Because we’ll all keep watching anyway.
Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving shared an antisemitic propaganda film and then refused to apologize. Instead of reprimanding him, the Nets chose to fire their coach. What a mess.
The Hall of Fame guard is all force all the time, and exactly what the Los Angeles Lakers do not need. It’s time for them to cut their losses.
Even before he was accused of scamming $8 million from the poorest people in the poorest state, the NFL QB was accused of sexual misconduct by three New York Jets employees.
Between Woj and Shams racing to push out bits of info to Stephen A. cutting off Malika Andrews, sports media is not equipped to handle the scandal enveloping the Celtics coach.
“This is my curse and I will bear it till death,” writes Corbin Smith.
The late NBA legend was not only the league’s biggest winner but a civil rights icon. He represents the best of the NBA—and us. It’s time for Jerry West to be replaced as The Logo.
NBA free-agency time means it’s all about the Woj vs. Shams scoop war, where two information brokers do the bidding of agents and executives around the league.