Some sports movies are sillier than others. But it's the non-sports movies—like this Carter Administration Italian horror un-classic—that often have the best sports scenes. The Visitor has a special one.
Raymond Lewis was a legendarily nasty high school scorer and college standout in Los Angeles, and a first round NBA Draft pick. How and why he didn't have the career he should have—and didn't play a single minute in the NBA—is the story of a new documentary about Lewis' life and legend.
Some NBA players just sort of seem onion-y and stank. Fans being fans, this gets talked about. But what about the NBA players who are eerily, spookily odorless? What about them? This blog post is about them. You're welcome.
Everyone seems to agree that nicknaming Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson "The Splash Brothers" was a pretty solid idea. But do we really need to nickname every other NBA backcourt? The answer is yes. We do need to, and we did.
Nets superfan Jeffrey "Gamblero" Vanchiro had a complicated life and an untimely death. But he understood something about the Brooklyn Nets that the organization doesn't seem to understand about itself.