Tag: Tiger Woods

Ebs’ Hot Takes: Tiger Woods, LeBron James, Buffalo Bills, MLB Wild Card, Fantasy Football

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – It’s been a while since ya’ll have heard from me. So I figured the best way to jump back into things is with a fresh set of hawt taeks about some of the classics. Tiger Woods, LeBron James, the Buffalo Bills and much more. No need to go any further, […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Tiger, Knicks, Gritty… I Want to Bet on Everything

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BRONX, NY – I’ve said this on more than one occasion, but I will never be as much of a diehard sports fan as I was when I was a teenager. With age comes perspective and change, at least if you’re open to those concepts. So you start realizing that there are a lot of things […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Colin Kaepernick and Tiger Woods – A Tale of Two Black Athletes

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BRONX, NY – I’m tapping this post out on a Monday evening, just before taking the dog for a walk. Everything is quiet, the a/c is doing it’s job, and life seems pretty okay. But, my personal world aside, I’d like to take a moment to talk about two black athletes who should be familiar to […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Tiger Woods, Josh Rosen, College Basketball

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – Football is back, the fourth and final major of the 2018 golf season just wrapped up, the NBA released its regular-season schedule over the weekend and there’s less than two months left of the MLB’s regular season. For the dead part of the summer, it’s been an exciting few days. […]

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Ebs Asks: Is Tiger Woods back?

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – Part of me really wanted to spend this week’s column exclusively on the New York Mets. The Mets’ best hitter, Yoenis Cespedes, comes off the DL, homers his first game back and then announces postgame that he might need surgery on both of his heels and the rehab could take […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Cleveland Cavaliers, Tiger Woods, Clint Frazier

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – If you continued watching ABC after Game 2 on Sunday, while discussing Draymond Green, Jalen Rose described the all-star forward as a role player for the Golden State Warriors. Rose was 100 percent correct. That just shows you how much more talented the Warriors are than the Cleveland Cavaliers. Green, […]

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Céad Míle Fáilte To Cam James’ St. Patrick’s Day Sports Limericks

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DENVER, CO – The inimitable and unabashedly Irish American Cam James threw his Gaelic Pride (funny/naughty when when said out-loud) and hand in the air as today’s pundit. Actually it was a text exchange: CAM: Am I writing Friday? MANAGEMENT: If you like. CAM: Okay. I have the house to myself tomorrow. You are getting […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Now with 50% More Vitriol! World Series, Giants, Joe Buck, Gambling

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NEW YORK, NY – Wait, you really thought there was going to be a reboot? What a bunch of suckers… all three of you. Oh well, life is filthy with worthless hype, broken promises, and disappointment. Just look at Al Capone’s Vault or the 2016 Election or The 2017 New York Football Giants. To be honest, […]

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Big Ben’s Game of Thrones Sports Special: Arya Stark and Golden State Warriors, Other Contrived GoT Character Parallels in Sporting World

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WESTEROS, NORTH OF THE WALL: I was getting primed for the season premier of Game of Thrones on Sunday afternoon and I caught the memorable The Door episode from last season. Hodor’s tragic sacrifice gets me every damn time. I wiped off a few tears and then toggled over to the Yankees Red Sox. Aaron Judge was up and […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Manny Machado, The Nats’ Pen, Tiger Woods, and Other Post-Fourth-of-July Duds

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BRONX, NY – Happy 5th of July, everyone! Many moons ago, this was a day my friends and I used to spend scouring our neighborhood streets for unexploded fireworks, back when you could blow sh!t up in the New York without the Feds knocking on your door. It was a noble quest. We’d either crack the […]

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