There is, and always will be, something fundamentally dishonest about sports. How exactly that breaks, though, depends on the fan in question.
Bethlehem Shoals’ relationship with basketball exists through watching and writing about the NBA. Nothing with that, right?
The NFL and NBA lockouts could have had a huge impact on the male psyche. Maybe they still will.
Whether you forgive Michael Vick or not, his recent Nike endorsement is a sign that he’ll be allowed to leave his past behind.
We’re conditioned to view the NBA in terms of the players, but we need to look at the labor dispute from a much wider perspective.
If you could talk back to a talking basketball, what would you say? No Idea? Good, that’s what we’re here for.
Bethlehem Shoals takes the conversation of “soft” in the NBA in the other direction by examining the implications of “tough.”
Bethlehem Shoals tried to watch the NBA playoffs with the announcers on mute, but he couldn’t resist the urge to complain.
The NCAA wants miracles, and it wants NBA-quality talent. As the National Championship showed, it can’t have both.
If the Tar Heels make a run, I’m there, ready to climb on board as if it were my God-given right. And it is, so don’t even try and call me a bandwagon-jumper.
Bethlehem Shoals, a basketball obsessive, explains why he watched the Oscars instead of last night’s Knicks-Heat matchup.
Bethlehem Shoals wants to rid our sports vocabulary of the “lovable loser” label.