He's no longer the biggest deal in Cleveland, or even second or third. But Dion Waiters still matters to the rising super-team in Cleveland, and he always keeps things interesting. How much of a compliment that winds up being remains to be seen.
Multi-platform mogul. Basketball player. Cultural ambassador. Extremely strange human. Stephon Marbury is all those things, but first and foremost he is an artist -- one of the most revolutionary theater artists of our time.
In which a football team fires bazookas in an inexpensive-seeming foreign country, because Ernest Borgnine's ghost told them to. This does not please ethnically ambiguous despot Henry Silva any more than you think it might. Spoiler alert?
Bud Selig's goofy miniature playoffs, Ned Yost's refusal to take the very important medicine prescribed to him, and the search for fun in the last days of 2014. Also Adam Dunn experiments with edibles.