I know, I know. This argument has been beaten to death. I’ve written about it twice myself: First, back in … More
“My motivation is this ghost I’m chasing. The ghost played in Chicago.”
LeBron James just did something that no one has ever done in the NBA Finals: Averaged a triple-double. It’s another accomplishment and benchmark for his legacy that feels somewhat empty. For the fifth time in his career, LeBron is going home without a ring. How can we reasonably argue that he’s greater than Michael Jordan?
To the surprise of no one, the Cavaliers and Warriors are meeting in the Finals for the 3rd time. Who will come out on top? Here are the keys to the series.
I’ve fancied myself a “Butlermaniac” since day one. Nobody has ever shown more blind optimism and enthusiasm about Jimmy Butler … More
(Originally published 8/28/14 on The Bulls Charge) The above image is an iconic one in NBA history: Michael Jordan … More
Sometimes companies get so big it’s unimaginable that they can fall. Sears and Roebuck used to be the standard for … More