Who’s mad at Miami Thrice today? (7/31/10)

by Colin Donohue Boy am I glad that Justin added some flavor to this feature yesterday. I thought I’d be going it alone, seeing as I’m the one with the vendetta against LeBron James the person. So it was nice to see Justin taking a few shots at the Heat, or more specifically Eddie House.…

Who’s mad at Miami Thrice today? (7/30/10)

by Justin Cherot So, in case you didn’t read Colin’s post from yesterday, I’m officially anti-Miami Heat after they signed guard Eddie House yesterday. Realistically, House should be one of my favorite players in the NBA.  I fancy myself a Stephen Curry-type of player, but the truth of the matter is that if I took…

Who’s mad at Miami Thrice Today? (7/29/10)

by Colin Donohue If I had the stamina, energy and requisite dedication, I would attempt to pull this off as a daily feature. But alas, I do not. Still, I came a cross a couple of items that I thought I should share with you because it fits the theme of this feature. 1. Cleveland…

A Deep Google Presence IV

by Colin Donohue Back in September, I posted the third in an indeterminate-part series that deals with the deep Google presence of professional sports leagues and athletes. In the past, I’ve done features that focused on leagues only. Today, I’m going to do a deep Google presence on Ilya Kovalchuk, the NHL free agent who…

Who’s mad at Miami Thrice today?

by Colin Donohue It sure seems like this kind post could be a recurring theme in this here space because I would bet that every so often someone will comment about how a new SuperFriend failed an organization or about how the three buddy non-competitors aren’t respecting the tradition of competitive sports or about how…

Kovalchuk deal rejected

by Colin Donohue The NHL rejected the deal signed between the New Jersey Devils and Ilya Kovalchuk. To that, I say GREAT. NHL clubs are entering dangerous territory with these front-loaded contracts more and more these days. Sure, teams are exploiting a loophole in the CBA, so everything is technically legal. But it’s disingenuous. You…