Brian Sieman, the radio voice of the L.A. Clippers, describes it best. “Someone needs to give Brandon Knight a hug and tell him, ‘It’s not your fault.‘” DeAndre Jordan’s facial posterization of the Pistons’ Brandon Knight looks like the frontrunner for Dunk of the Year. Look at the Blake Griffin and the Clipper bench… they’re … More Mondays Suck | 3.11.13: It’s Not Your Fault, Brandon
On this week’s show, William H. Strafe, Streetz, Dr. J, Ness & SBM’s Joe Sargent discuss the following… Why the Slam Dunk Contest doesn’t need star power to succeed (and has NEVER needed it), but how it can be fixed (1:00) Why LeBron will never be in the contest (and why does everyone just assume … More This Is It | 2.20.13: How To Save All-Star Weekend
After a two-week hiatus, we return to discuss Ozzie Guillen’s stupid comments and Bobby Petrino’s stupid actions. We also discuss the “resurgence” of Carmelo Anthony, why Kanye West & Lamar Odom are girly men (not in those words) and present the newest evidence for Hoes Be Winning: Warren Sapp. Hit play below to listen. Click here if … More #seveneighteen Podcast: You Had One Job! ONE!
William H. Strafe & Midtown Mo discuss Blake Griffin‘s dunk over Kendrick Perkins and its place among the all-time great dunks. They also preview Super Bowl XLVI with some prop bets, chat some MMA, wonder how the hell Prince Fielder got $214 million and discuss Kim Kardashian’s new love interest… Tim Tebow? Click here to … More seveneighteen Podcast: Better Than A Mozgov
So, by popular demand, we at seveneighteen are going to TRY to podcast once a week, at least. One will be about sports, and the other will be about whatever’s the hot topic at the time… which means we’ll be talking about money, hoes and rims againnnnnn. This week, @MidtownMo and I chat about few … More Podcast: Is Brett Favre an @sshole? (And other stories)
I managed to get some people y’all know to predict the entire MLB postseason before the games started. Some names you’ll recognize, some you won’t (but you will soon). Without further ado, here’s how we see the 2010 postseason playing out. (PS – Yes, I am a Yankee fan. Yes, I hope I’m wrong. Sigh.) … More MLB 2010 Postseason Predictions
Since I’ve been alive, the New York Yankees have played in seven World Series prior to 2009. Their opponents were the Los Angeles Dodgers (1981) Atlanta Braves (1996, 1999), San Diego Padres (1998), New York Mets (2000), Arizona Diamondbacks (2001) and Florida Marlins (2003). For me, Each of those series had one common thread: … More A Rivalry Unlike Any Other