Like most everyone, I once waged a battle against a force as relentless, punishing and timeless as waves crashing on the beach: kids being dicks to each other. Here’s a quick recap of my life up until age 16, with a focus on what would become the major annoyance of my youth: my high voice […]
As I was watched Damian Lillard drill that game winning three against New Orleans, I couldn’t help but think about myself. Because I’m a narcissist. No, it was actually because I was recently thinking back on my basketball career and lamenting the fact that I NEVER hit a game winning shot as time expired. Not […]
A couple of months ago I was at home to recover from my foot surgery. My afternoon routine involved small amounts of rehab and a lot of lying spread eagle on my front driveway. Don’t judge, zoning out and getting natural Vitamin D is integral to healing. About 20 minutes into my sun session I […]
I was cleaning my room and found the speech I made at the basketball banquet my senior year of college. Thought it would be interesting to throw up here. It’s kind of sappy, but whatever. It got laughs at the time. At least I didn’t skip the event entirely to go to a Nas concert, something I actually considered.
This Jeremy story is having a profound affect on me. I can’t deny it. I could not fall asleep until 7 AM, I dreamt that we were kicking it after his game, and I woke up with regret that I didn’t enact my plan to make a personalized player app for him this […]
I decided to write about a bunch of stuff that happened a long time ago. I have too much time on my hands. But first, a super fast bball update: My confidence, playing time and performance have all slipped dramatically. I do well in practice, but it is not translating to minutes or production. The […]
In light of last nights game I feel like I need to talk about the Harvard-Cornell rivalry for a quick second. So here is my bitter, crimson tainted rant: Cornell has maintained a special place on my enemies list from the very first game I played against them. It was up in Ithaca and we […]