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City high school standout Aron Nwankwo talks basketball and lacrosse with the Baltimore Sun. Plus news & notes as always.
Another week, another Spoon Feed. This time we bring you a March Madness inspired group of links that should help you forget picking Georgetown to make the Final Four. Time to get fed.
There are always things to complain about and since I can now call myself an established blogger (that was fast!), I am taking full advantage of that dubious distinction and complaining without offering too many solutions. Life is good!
The weekly highlights from our network site The Spoon Feed. The Feed is back and better than ever in 2010 so strap in and set your phasers to stun.
Call me opinionated, tell me I’m wishfully thinking, whatev. These are the 10 things I see happening in 2010, which we here at LAS like to call The Big Win.
After spending time overseas in Europe, Brett has some words to drop about pro basketball. Brandon Jennings, Oden, Melo, D-Wade… it’s all after the jump.
One thing you never get back (unless you graduate and go live at home your parents basement) are those days in middle school when you could pad downstairs and meekly say, “Mom, I don’t feel good.”
Krieg Shaw takes us behind the scenes of University of Idaho men’s lacrosse throughout the 2009-2010 season. This week: Xmas lights, Friday nights, a little bball and The H-Bowl. Good stuff.
Krieg Shaw takes us behind the scenes of University of Idaho men’s lacrosse throughout the 2009-2010 season. This week: Xbox, Moscow sports and… gargoyles
Today I’m proud to say I’m stealing a page from Oprah’s play book. Even though Oprah is about to go on a year and a half long goodbye tour, it’s never too early to pay tribute.
Why? Because it’s ALMOST the holidays. Because if you don’t have a mustache at least we do. Because Alec Baldwin didn’t become famous overnight. Because sometimes cartwheels seem cool.
A new player would have to spend over $600 to play this game; and that doesn’t include footwear, a backup stick, team fees, travel, etc. Those of us who are fortunate enough to be able to afford all the equipment should really put this game in perspective.
We were too busy watching the Oregon Ducks beat USC 47-20 to see this, but J.E. Skeets let us in on the news.
For too long soccer has been held up as the “sport of the future” in the USA but why hasn’t that future arrived? The true sport of the next century has been sitting right under our noses the entire time. I bet you can guess what it is.
Welcome to the 2nd edition of Take 5 With Kyle Harrison. Each week we dish Kyle a new topic, challenging him to pick his Top 5. This week: Favorite Basketball Players Of All Time.