Michael Jordan

Kobe Bryant’s Most Memorable Performances: The Embryonic Stage (1996-2000)

Kobe Bryant’s Most Memorable Performances: The Embryonic Stage (1996-2000)


This edition of Kobe Bryant’s Most Memorable Performances highlights the first four seasons of the young guard out of Lower Merion High School. Afro Kobe. The ridiculously athletic with jump-out-the-gym hops Kobe. Number 8. Before the beef with Shaq. Before the dynasty. Before the trial. Before the number change. This is Kobe in his rawest form. You […]

NBA 2K12 Looks to Impress During Lockout


It’s that time of year again. The time when most NBA fans start to get anxious about the upcoming season as most teams will have already finished making their offseason moves and started to focus on the upcoming season.  However, this year, an NBA season doesn’t seem likely due to a lockout that could continue […]

Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless Attack Pippen’s “Blasphemous” Statement


Stephen A. Smith is one of my favorite sports writers and ESPN personalities. You already know he’s keeping it real whenever he opens his mouth. I usually don’t like Skip Bayless but seeing as we all saw eye-to-eye on this topic, I’ll disregard my distaste towards his opinions for now. Anyway, I figured I’d post […]

Scottie Pippen Says LeBron James is the Best Player of All Time


Scottie Pippen delivered a shock to many basketball fans this morning on ESPN’s Mike and Mike in the Morning praising LeBron James as the best player to ever play in the National Basketball Association. Scottie was quoted saying: “Michael Jordan is probably the greatest scorer to ever play in the game. But I may go […]

Michael Jordan: There is no Other

Michael Jordan: There is no Other


No other player in NBA history has meant more to the city and team they represented than Michael Jordan. Jordan’s importance stretches past the confines of just basketball. When an average sports fan thinks of Chicago sports, Michael Jordan is most assuredly at the top of the list. There is no other team in the […]

Something’s Missing in Chi-Town


What can be said about this Heat-Bulls series thus far? Well for starters I can admit that I was wrong. I thought the Bulls would be in control of this series after 3 games and be looking to finish up the Heat in 5 or 6 games. While it’s still possible for the Bulls to […]

G.O.A.T.?? Not Quite


  On Wednesday night against the Hawks, Kobe Bryant moved past Moses Malone for 6th place on the NBA’s All-Time Scoring list. Since Kobe entered the league, the media was quick to crown him the “next Jordan.” In my opinion, the comparisons can stop. Now don’t get me wrong I’m one of the biggest Kobe […]