- Geek & Sci-Fi
A few years ago, I visited the ruins of a Turkish bathhouse outside Istanbul.
UPDATE: Reports are now that this a is a done deal.
Dear Dallas, watching you shred the Thunder in the first half was almost too much.
Who will coach the Lakers next season.
You know we always try and bring you the exclusive spots before anyone else, and today's no different.
Jeff Van Gundy, Mark Jackson and Mike Breen don't know politically correct.
I was away from a computer much of the weekend, so forgive me for being 48 hours late on this. While LeBron, D-Wade and others were having open gym with Barack, one third of ESPN/ABC's broadcasting trio, Jeff Van Gundy, found himself in front of a microphone this weekend.
During the Suns-Lakers series, TNT showed Marv Albert's interview with President Barack Obama.
After about eight years of various sports leagues adopting instant replay, the success has been undeniable.
There's this clip of an interview from sometime in the '70s where Howard Cosell goes on a rant about the growing number of ex-pro athletes getting TV broadcasting jobs.
After Mike Dunleavy was relieved of his coaching duties last night, there is already speculation about who will replace him permanently.
When Smack reader "SwedishMooze" suggested that Andre Iguodala's game-winner against Orlando the other night doubled as a big F-U to Sixers coach Tony DiLeo -- who'd called timeout when Iguodala had the ball where he wanted it a few seconds earlier and may have drawn up a different play than "Andre iso on Hedo" -- I asked the biggest Sixers fan I know, Dime's Pat Cassidy, who he wants coaching his team next year.
Jeff Van Gundy was in fine form broadcasting Game 3 last night, first botching Nick Lachey's name (Lach-ee), misidentifying his girlfriend (and personal crush) as Alyssa Milano instead of Vanessa Minnillo, who is the girl Lachey is actually kicking it with, brah.