GOAT: Flawed or Beautiful?

Following our latest GOAT vs GOAT in a major final, with the outcome having significant statistical and theoretical consequences that fuck with people's emotions, thoughts, and arguments, let's take a dive into this GOAT discussion that revolves around the Big 3. Remember that this is mainly a conversation had by fans who mostly come to …

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Weekend Wrap – Tennis and NBA

I will begin my interpretive piece on the rise of Djokodal today; sorry for the delay. Writing these articles actually is work, but something I do enjoy and dream (literally I dream about it) of writing about ball and racquet full-time 🙂 The grass action over the weekend and the finish to the NBA finals give …

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Bron Bron Strikes Again and Federer Teaser

Sorry for the delay on the Federer article (how he ruined tennis), but I don't get paid to do this, I have a life beyond watching the ATP, and this is some juicy shit going down in the NBA playoffs. You all know how I think about Lebron James. In short, he is the most …

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Bron Bron Redux

The "Bron Bron Phenomenon" post I wrote last year has some relevance today as we're in the midst of this NBA finals series. For one, his team is pretty much healthy now (although Kevin Love is in the concussion protocol because of an elbow in game 2). Another minor difference is Lebron fired Blatt, the head coach, mid-season, and …

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Lebron James and the NBA Playoffs

Lebron is an interesting guy, to say the least, seemingly craving popularity on the grandest scale while really not having the championship mettle to make that dream a reality. In the end, he seems to lack self-awareness, which are two different things, I suppose. Consequently (1 knowing he desperately wants everyone to love his "brand" while 2 …

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