My Twitter tally of Ernie Grunfeld's "Monumental" record as general manager of the Washington Wizards started in the midst of their 0-12 start. Everyone was having a good laugh over the losing streak -- at least the basketball fans left in this town who still cared were. I thought anger should have been the proper reaction to a basketball team that got off to an 0-12 start -- especially one that has had five irrelevant playoff appearances in the past 25 years. 0-12 didn't exi
It was Washington, D.C. vs. LeBron James, and it was fun while it lasted, wasn't it?
Nothing like a good hate to get the juices flowing, and by game time last night at Verizon Center, Wizards fans had the blood of hate and injustice rushing through their veins.
By the end of the 105-88 beating at the hands of the Cavaliers, eliminating Washington from the playoffs, that blood still flowed. Hate and injustice were still the only reasons to care after the Wizards' disappo
Mike Riordan got a call Wednesday at his Annapolis restaurant from a reporter. "I was wondering if I could get a comment from you about the death of Dave DeBusschere," the reporter asked. Riordan wasn't sure if he had heard him right. Then it sank in. "I'll have to call you back," he said. "I can't talk right now." He found it hard to believe that his former New York Knicks teammate was dead at 62. "I wasn't ready for that," he said. "He was such a big strong guy. When he pla
So Michael Jordan's answer to his critics that he should be a more visible presence for the Washington Wizards franchise is that he is not going to be anybody's "show pony." Well, My Friend Flicka, what do you think you are doing for MVP.com? Do you think it brought you into that venture because of your Internet expertise?
Hey, Trigger, what the heck do you think you're doing when you're selling underwear on television? Or appearing in those MCI Worldcom commercials?