This upcoming Sunday is Super Bowl Sunday in America. This football game will be the most popular sporting event of the year. Family and friends across the globe, who haven’t watched one game of football this season will come together to watch the gladiators of our century, battle on grass and dirt, for a Read More
It’s the 4th Quarter!
It’s October 2015! The start of the 4th Quarter… The clock for 2015 is winding down! In a few American sports, the game is divided into four equally timed segments called quarters. For example, both basketball and football have four timed quarters in which the outcome of the game is determined. In the 4th Read More
Who Are You Cheering Loudest For? Yourself or Everyone Else?
March has always been one of my favorite sport’s months, because of March Madness, the NCAA college basketball championship tournament! At the start of the tournament, on Thursday morning, sixty-four teams have hopes of being the National Champions. By Sunday evening only sixteen teams are left. That’s a lot of basketball to play in four Read More
Leave It All on the Floor!
We all have people we look up to, admire or follow and those whom have won our admiration haven’t done so without some significant sacrifice. Many hours, days, months and years have been poured into perfecting the crafts for which we admire them. If we had a behind the scenes ‘full access‘ pass, the sight Read More
Top 10 Observations of 2012
1. Sports is the Great Unifier: In a year filled with great debate, due to the election, which arguably is the one the most competitive, tactical sparing sports we will ever behold, I witnessed quite a few spirited discussions at the dinner table with friends who had opposing political views. Facebook news feeds were Read More
My wish for you…
This weekend I had the opportunity to meet and chat with Derrick Rose, the all-star point guard of the Chicago Bulls. On the surface, Derrick is no different from any of us. He is truly a down to earth, fun and like-able guy, but what struck me most about his similarities to the many of Read More