Part of the fun of trying to figure out what 32 groups of secretive people are going to do with millions of their bosses’ dollars is that they aren’t going to tell you the truth about it until afterward. And… Read More ›
Month: April 2019
The Brooklyn Nets victory in the series opener reveals serious problems for the Philadelphia 76ers
The Philadelphia 76ers have more all-star players, a better record, and higher post season expectations, but the Brooklyn Nets looked like the more balanced team as they cruised to a relatively comfortable 111-102 victory at Wells Fargo Center. While it… Read More ›
No ‘outside the box’ thinking required – sign Russell Wilson now
Standard NFL business practice implies that a team signs its franchise quarterback, no matter the cost. The deal simply gets made. But should we expect the people making the personnel decisions for the Seattle Seahawks to march to conventional wisdom’s… Read More ›
Can a secondary pro football league like the AAF ever survive?
By MIKE HERNDON The Alliance of American Football is no more, suspending operations before it could even finish its first season. Say it with me, loudly for those in the back: You cannot run a professional sports league on a… Read More ›