Update!! I'm out here losing my mind! I'm So freakin' juiced right now!! As a native Californian, who didn't travel much growing up, I'll admit I've never seen snow before. Never. I've never touched it, seen it, been in it. Ever! Well I've seen it on Youtube. Not sure if that counts. Anyway, here's... Continue Reading →
Many NBA fans who come from past generations, have fond memories of greatness. Players we cling to from our childhood, ’til this day. Arguing the value of a players legacy that played decades ago. Which probably feels like centuries to younger fans. Kids of today (everyone under 21), only know of the Steph Curry’s, the LeBron’s,... Continue Reading →
Is there a such thing as too loyal? The Davis family looks to be turning their back on the city of Oakland and East Bay Raider fans, again. All the talk about the Raiders potentially moving to Las Vegas, or possibly staying put, makes people lose sight of the three real issues at hand The... Continue Reading →
What makes a person successful? The will to improve circumstance, or having the right support system?
For my entire existence I've lived in California. Up North mostly—from Oakland, to San Francisco, Sacramento, and all the way down the coast to Los Angeles. The older I get, the more my mind wonders if California loves me as much as I—or it's inhabitants have. It's an interesting thought. Think about it, we rep this state... Continue Reading →
With the NBA dominating the headlines as of late, there has been less football talk then usual this time of year. We are less than a month away from preseason, and I wanted to give a closure look to players you need to be on the lookout for this upcoming season. 5 players you will... Continue Reading →
There is plenty of talent in the Association, everywhere you look. As I touched on in my previous article, The Youth Movement, there is a power shift brewing. So, I put together a list for those in the loop, and those who need someone outside of their favorite team to watch out for. This is the first of two... Continue Reading →
What do the Los Angeles Lakers, the Minnesota Timberwolves, and the Utah Jazz have in common? All three teams have young, talented, rosters— primed to be the New World Order in the West. The West is getting older and weaker under our noses. There is a real power shift going on that many may not... Continue Reading →