Floyd Mayweather Jr and his Unnecessary Comments on Ray Rice

Floyd Mayweather Jr believes the NFL should have stayed with the 2-game suspension on Ray Rice. Not a complete shocker coming from someone who was sentenced to 90-days in jail for his own domestic abuse charges. I’ll admit that I am a fan of Mayweather the boxer and business man, but that’s where it ends. … Continue reading


ICYMI: Mo’ne Davis Gives Autograph to Yasiel Puig

I know I am 2 days late on this, but the pic of Mo’ne Davis signing an autograph for Yasiel Puig of the Los Angeles Dodgers is one of the great moments of 2014.   Puig is showing Davis the ultimate respect in asking for autograph! By the way, Davis threw out the 1st pitch … Continue reading


When She Wants To Borrow Your Uber Login….

Is there ever a proper time in a relationship when it’s ok to give your girl your Uber login? I mean Uber is kind of personal (at least to me), I have multiple credit cards in my profile. Plus I value my rating in Uber; I can’t have someone destroying my rating with some foolishness. I guess … Continue reading


Doc Gooden Documentary Tonight on SNY

It’s hard to believe that it has been 30-years since Dwight “Doc” Gooden made his MLB debut for the New York Mets. Tonight SNY will debut its documentary about Doc Gooden’s rise and fall as a young 19-year old in the Big Apple. Before Matt Harvey and Jacob deGrom, Doc Gooden was ‘Must Watch TV’!!! … Continue reading


Alonzo Mourning Inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame

Alonzo Mourning’s induction into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame is well deserved and kind of brings it full circle for me as a fan of his style of play. As a Knicks’ fan I started to follow Patrick Ewing and his career which led me back to Georgetown and that’s when I started watching … Continue reading


Bronco’s Emmanuel Sanders Calls Peyton Manning a Better Leader than Big Ben

It’s always interesting when players sign with new teams and they comment on their old team/teammates. Emmanuel Sanders let it be know how much he likes being in Denver and playing with Peyton Manning. “I feel like Peyton is a far better leader, in terms of staying after practice, catching balls, wanting guys to get … Continue reading


Time to Leave Johnny Manziel Alone!

Last week I saw that Mike Greenberg of ESPN’s morning radio show Mike & Mike tweet a pic of Johnny Manziel with Justin Bieber, Floyd Mayweather Jr, and Tyrese I have no idea why Greenberg tweeted the pic as I was not listening to Mike & Mike at the time. I have no idea if Greenberg … Continue reading


No Tribute to Tony Gwynn at MLB All-Star Game

Last night’s MLB All-Star Game was a fitting tribute to Derek Jeter who will be retiring at the end of the season, but there was something missing…. Somehow Major League Baseball did not mention of the passing of Tony Gwynn who died after a battle with Cancer on  June 16th. I realize the retirement of … Continue reading


Actors, Not NY Mets Players in NIKE Tribute Ad to Derek Jeter

Nike/Jordan Brand will air a tribute ad tonight during the MLB All-Star game for Derek Jeter. In baseball a tip of the cap to the opposing team\player is a sign of respect. From Red Sox fans, Jon Lester to Spike Lee and Michael Jordan the ad shows the level of respect Jeter has garnered over … Continue reading


Brooklyn Nets to Pay a Record $90M in Luxury Taxes

Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov is starting to see how expensive living in BK can be. The NBA announced yesterday what the 2014-2015 salary cap will be set at $63.065 million and the tax level has increased to $76.829 million.  The Nets have $90M committed to their current roster and that does not include the potential … Continue reading


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 2,068 other followers