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There’s a change happening in Los Angeles, one that could signify the end of an era and the beginning of a new one. The Los Angeles Lakers play the L.A. Clippers tonight in what could have a more significant meaning than simply a win or a loss. The Clippers are the hottest, and arguably best team in basketball right now.  Behind the play of all-star point guard Chris Paul, and airiness Blake Griffin and company, the Clippers are trying to a show the people of L.A. there’s a new sheriff in town, and he doesn’t wear purple and gold. The Clippers have been getting...Continue reading »

For only the third time in twelve years, no NFL general managers or owners resorted to dismissing their head coach midseason in an attempt to justify a failing season.  That being said, the firings came in throngs on Black Monday (the Monday after the last day of the regular season) and football fans saw some very noticeable faces leave the sidelines of once premier football teams.  There will be time to discuss who will replace these coaches, but right now it’s all about their achievements or lack there off.   Andy Reid, Philadelphia Eagles (130-93-1 in 14 Seasons) I...Continue reading »

As Tim Thomas sits in his bunker outside Flint, Michigan preparing for the next end-of-the-world-scenario the rest of us can laugh at the Mayans and realize we wasted our time even believing any of the 2012 hoopla.  With the sun shining, everyone can now go about there business as usual (even though no one ever really took the whole thing seriously and stopped what they were doing in the first place).  It’s an exciting time of year with the holiday season upon us and winter “do no work” break but, sports fans, especially those from Beantown, have even more to...Continue reading »

There are very few jobs in this world where one can do what he loves, make a lot of money, and be given the title of professional athlete. Sadly, I will never have one of those few jobs, and most likely, neither will you. Don’t get me wrong, what kid doesn’t aspire to be a professional athlete, but at some point we realize that we will never make a living throwing touchdown passes or hit buzzer-beating three-pointers to win the NBA Title. But what if had a job where we were still better than 99% of the rest of the world, but significantly worse than the top...Continue reading »

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