Wisdom.Applied Wednesday: You Say NBA, I Say Ene-Be-A

As sports fans prepare for the beginning of the NBA Finals tomorrow night between Stephen Curry’s Golden State Warriors and LeBron James’ Cleveland Cavaliers, we take a look at how the league is leading the way when it comes to connecting with its growing Latino audience.   In 2010, “La ENE-BE-A” (a translation of the NBA, […]

Wisdom.Applied Wednesday:  “N” Word is the Biggest No-No

This six letter “N” word is as far off limits as saying the name, Voldemort in Hogsmeade Village. Except when it comes to the “N” word, it is not off limits due to fear, but because it is the wrong thing to say, always. Unfortunately, there are many people who lack intelligence and common sense […]

Funny Friday: Soccer Isn’t for Everyone

Ann Coulter has called shenanigans on soccer in her The Clarion Ledger post. Ridiculous? @TheTweetofGod thinks so. Ann Coulter’s column about how soccer is an example of the decay of America, is an example of the decay of America. http://t.co/nxbNxddNFG — God (@TheTweetOfGod) June 26, 2014 Our Space readers, if you haven’t noticed, I’m a […]

Super Sunday Night Super Bowl

Chykie Brown made dome angels as black, white, purple and yellow confetti rained down on the Mercedes-Benz Superdome’s turf last night. Although the Super Bowl came down to a controversial “nail-biting” finish, in the end, the Raven’s “got ‘er done” and brought  the Vince Lombardi Trophy back to Baltimore. Aside from football and the Harbaugh human interest element, viewers had several […]

Super Bowl XLVII: AFC vs. NFC, East Coast vs. West Coast and Brother vs. Brother

As one of the most watched sporting events of the year, the Super Bowl has a little something for everyone: sports, entertaining advertisements, high profile musicians and a little drama. And to spark the drama factor, in a little less than two weeks, two teams will face off to determine who is the better team… and who is coached by […]

The Return of the Referees: Nice try replacements, but the pros are taking the field

While the replacement referees have been calling the games since the preseason, insanity took over the gridiron this week; Packers fans whined (I guess I see their point), 49ers fans were in a bind, and everyone else lost their minds. But, alas, the NFL circus has ended; yesterday the referees and the league came to […]