Tag: Miami Heat

Tony Hawk goes Smithsonian, NFL Prison Football League, Aaron Hernandez, Hero and Villain of the Week

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RIKER’S ISLAND, NY – It’s Friday night on the longest day of the year and things are just, well, crazy!  And Preacher’s Row starts out on ‘Inmate Row‘ reporting to you from Riker’s Island where NFL Commish Roger Goodell just announced a new partnership with the Prison Football League (PFL). Apparently, so many NFL players […]

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Uber Sports Babe Lori Levine: When The Heat Hits The Fan

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NEW YORK – As I sit here watching Game 6 of the NBA Finals, so much is going on in my mind. First, you cannot help but really hate these “fans.” And as much as I struggle with periods of pure distaste for Lebron James, these South Floridians don’t deserve him. They left American Airlines […]

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It’s Raining Mets Losses, Spurs 3’s, and Hockey Overtimes

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New York, NY – There haven’t been many sunny days lately around here. The rain continues to fall all over the northeast. The shame for Mets fans is that this rain hasn’t slowed the team’s losing ways at all. Rain or shine, the Mets just stink. The Amazin’s are the only team the Miami Marlins […]

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Summer Soundtrack: Psy, Hoops, Hockey, Dodgers, Ike Davis

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HOLLYWOOD, CA – Though summer doesn’t officially start until the solstice on June 21st, my kids’ school year ended on Friday, so today is the first day of it as far as they (and I) are concerned. That means two months of pools, a beach or two, ballgames, BBQs, and a lot of catching up […]

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Time To Step Up Derek Rose

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The Chicago Bulls won Game 7 of their First Round match-up against the Brooklyn Nets without Luol Deng, Kirk Hinrich and of course Derek Rose; and not to mention center Joakim Noah played with plantar fasciitis and dominated. Now that the Bulls face League MVP LeBron James and the Miami Heat in the Second Round they […]

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Fix The Playoffs!

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CITIFIELD – As the days grow longer and the boys of summer wax their way into the forefront of our thoughts, we often neglect the fact that the NHL and NBA seasons are waning into their anticlimactic finales… that somehow happen in June.  In no way am I criticizing either organization’s product quality.  The NHL […]

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Cookie’s Corner: Cereal Killers, Streak Killers, Oscar Pistorius, R.I.P. Johan Santana

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NEW YORK, NY –  This week’s column was inspired by one, feverish Little Angry Wardette and her father’s plea for help. A few years back, I had seen boxes of Quisp at my local supermarket and recalled Angry Ward mentioned he loved it as a kid. So, I got a few boxes and sent them […]

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SNOW STORM SPORTS SPECTACULAR

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New York, NY – Its finally February and we’ve made the turn towards the end of winter. That son of a whore groundhog teases us every year with his shadow/no shadow shell game. The tyranny has gone on long enough. Bill Murray had the right idea taking that rat over a cliff in a run-down […]

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Saturday Roundup

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Here There and Everywhere- Let’s take a tour of the sporting world, shall we? The Summer Olympics are nearly upon us, but I haven’t paid attention in many a quadrennial. Most of it bores me to tears. I really don’t care which wealthy nation wins the most gold medals or who who can throw a discus […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Five, Five, Five

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s all about five today people. I’m writing this thing as late as I ever have. Short Matt will probably be pulling out his hair–you know, ear hair, nose hair, shoulder blade hair–waiting on me. In fact, let’s just say by the time I submit this column it will actually be […]

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