Articles

Cedric Moodie has had a long career in basketball, and continues to pursue it Canada's National Basketball League. It's his job and his calling, but Moodie is not likely to get higher than a long-ago meeting at the rim with the greatest that ever played.

The Bucks are losing, and losing a lot. Which means that, in a weird sense, the would-be fan revolutionaries behind the online movement Save Our Bucks are winning. Their goal is simple: a future that doesn't look like the past for one of the NBA's most consistently mediocre franchises.

The Ultimate Warrior was a memorable wrestler and a grandiose homophobic jerk. But for a generation of fans, some of whom happen to be gay, Warrior was our grandiose homophobic jerk.

On attending a Minnesota Timberwolves game with a two-year-old, and other new and promising experiences.

The NCAA Tournament will work itself out on the court, as it always does. But the debate over which mascot reigns supreme is something that can only be resolved through serious (not that serious) intellectual debate. Here is how one group of mascot scholars pursues the truth.

With the new Reality Era of meta, multiplatform storytelling, professional wrestling has experienced a revolution. Not surprisingly, it involves a guy in a beard, a sea of t-shirts and the power of the people.

Nick Bond

 et al.

A look at the logic behind the booking for WrestleMania XXX with Kayfabermetrics' Matthew Timmons. We'll try to answer all the questions you may have about the WWE's Showcase of the Immortals. Maybe even why is the Shield perpetually wet.

The middle of the NBA, and the bottom of the playoff pack, is supposed to be the worst place to be. The Mavericks and Bulls seem not to care much, and have made doomed middle-class striving look downright dignified in the process.

The first weekend of the NCAA Tournament is dramatic enough without anything more than sentiment riding the games. It's a purer madness with money on everything, and watching from Las Vegas.

David Roth

 et al.

In which our heroes escape from the Fan Cave and into the freedom of actual meaningful professional baseball. Scott Spiezio's band is there, for some reason, but on this one day it doesn't matter so much.