“Happy basketball teams are all alike; every unhappy basketball team is unhappy in its own way.” – Anna Karenina, paraphrased With their Game 7 loss Sunday to the Utah Jazz, at home, no less, the Los Angeles Clippers concluded an undeniably unsuccessful postseason. But honestly, the Clippers really have never had a “good” playoffs with
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Your mom’s favorite sports comedy trio is back with another rousing podcast.
With 53 wins through 58 games, The Golden State Warriors hold the best record in NBA history. At their current pace, they could beat the ’96 Bulls’ record of 72-10. So what? They think they’re so great, but there have obviously been so many better teams. Retired NBA stars Stephen Jackson and Cedric Ceballos have
Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins has always dreamed of playing in the NBA. He dreamed it as a child; he dreamed it in college; he dreamed it when he declared for the NBA draft. Yet, despite his best efforts to prove himself a dominant big man, the 25-year-old Cousins remains in Sacramento, where he’s been one
Today’s special guest is Jeff Bayer, a Portland-based (soon to be San Diego-based) film critic who also happens to know a lot about sports. He is the co-host of Movie B.S. with Bayer and Snider, the only movie podcast on the Internet. In his spare time, he enjoys being tall, and beating you in hypothetical