The NBA Finals are finally over. A champion has been crowned. The lifelong struggle of a man who promised to bring a championship to his hometown has been fulfilled. The arduous marathon of an NHL season has also come to a close. The Kid brought a second championship back to the ‘Burgh after 7 years
Month: June 2016
The Final Game It was a typical Wednesday night in my house. I was drowsily sitting on my couch after a long day at work followed by a half hearted gym session, and finally a carb-heavy home-cooked meal. I wanted to go to bed and it was only 9:30. But I couldn’t. It was April
DP and I are back chatting about mostly soccer, and NBA things while watching the USA-Colombia 3rd place game in COPA America. May need to do a little more preparation in advance, but alas. Stream below:
Last night a couple pals and I recorded our first ever podcast. It ended up being an hour of sports talk and tangents with some Game of Thrones chatter sprinkled in. We’ll try to do these semi regularly when our schedules allow and/or something important comes up.
The madness of March has come to an end in early April. What a glorious three weeks it was. I took off part of Thursday and all of Friday from work to watch the first round games. I didn’t leave my house for 72+ hours, watched basketball every day from 12pm to 1am, drank several
I applied and was accepted to the University of Maryland in 2007. My first day on campus at College Park was January 28th, 2008. I was moving into my dorm and had just set up my computer for the first time, when I got a text from a friend of mine, Robbie Glotfelty, who was
I have always loved sports. From a young age I was enamored, which is interesting in retrospect since my Dad didn’t play any sports consistently. He never made me feel obligated to root for a team he liked. I grew into my love with some help from the unique geography of my childhood home, some