Author Archive

Dear Mr. Bryant (Pt. 2): A Thank You to My Childhood Idol

by

Hey Kob, it’s me again.   So this is it, huh? The last ride? 20 years later, and the day I’ve been dreading is finally here. I’ve known it was coming for a… Continue reading

8 Life Lessons From The Movie Space Jam

by

Ever since I was six years old, one movie has remained (and will remain) my number one, favorite film of all time: Space Jam. My mom tells me there were periods where my… Continue reading

Girl I Know You Want It: Drake’s Sweeterman (Remix) and Why Aubrey Killed The Game Too

by

Coming off his straight heater of a mixtape, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, this man Drake can honestly do no wrong. From his new association with Apple Music, to his record… Continue reading

Has Social Media Killed the “NBA Legend”?

by

As a sports fan in today’s day and age, we are extremely blessed (and outrageously spoiled) with an unreal amount of access to our favorite athletes. If you want to see the Uncle… Continue reading

For the Love of Money: Why Do We Hate Mayweather?

by

It’s May 6th. It’s been a solid 4-5 days since the “Fight of the Century”. I’ve given myself enough time to first mourn Pacquiao’s loss, then to deny Mayweather’s victory, then to finally… Continue reading

Dear Mr. Bryant: An Open Letter to My Childhood Idol

by

Dear Mr. Bryant, Look, we’ve known each other for almost 20 years. So I feel like I can tell you this with complete, total honesty: It hurts, Kob. (Can I call you Kob?… Continue reading

Reason I Never Made the NBA #1873: The Rise of the Uber Athletic, Two-Way Wing Player

by

As a kid, I had the same dream of making it to the NBA as millions of others. This series will feature my random observations about the game of basketball, both professional and… Continue reading