- Geek & Sci-Fi
Ever since I can remember, I have been in awe of NBA players.
If you followed along during March Madness, you probably saw parts of Dove Men+Care's "Journey For Comfort" campaign.
It's my tradition to watch "One Shining Moment" every year, even if CBS does milk the viewership by waiting about 25 minutes after the game ends to air it.
There was a point in the second half of last night’s NCAA men’s basketball championship game that I found myself wondering, “Hey self, is this game on track to become what most people on the Twitters will call one of the worst national championship games in recent history.
The 2012 iteration of March Madness ended in the most logical way possible: John Calipari cutting down a basketball net in New Orleans.
Well, friends, here we are.
College basketball is a glimmering reminder of why we love sports.
Kenny Smith knows a thing or two about basketball, having covered the NBA for years with TNT as well as the NCAA Tournament.
Traveling to the Big Easy for the Final Four and the championship game.
I can’t believe the Final Four is already here.
Sneakerheads, get ready.
*This is the second edition in a four-part series this week where we will have four writers arguing the national championship credentials for the only NCAA teams left in March Madness: Ohio State, Kansas, Kentucky and Louisville.
With the NCAA Men’s Final Four field determined, there’s not much of a point in recapping the weekend’s action, because with the exception of Saturday’s early game – Louisville 72, Florida 68 – there wasn’t a great deal of suspense to break down and analyze with fart jokes and pictures of kittens dressed like Harry Potter.
This was not a good year for Cinderella.
Welcome back, everyone.
As I most often point out as to avoid being called a hack – my feelings get hurt easy, y'all – I do not profess to be a sports expert, like ol' Dick Vitale up there.
Planning on traveling to get some first hand action of the March Madness.
Long and surprising NCAA Tournament runs can make you a legend.