Since I first picked up a tennis racket at the age of roughly seven years old, I have been a Roger Federer fan. If at first only because that racket was a yellow and red Federer-branded Wilson.
I don’t know if you’ve heard, but LeBron James is now a Los Angeles Laker. While he has brought his basketball talents to the Staples Center, he has brought his media entity, SpringHill Entertainment, to Hollywood as well. One of the projects they are purportedly going to take on at some point is the reincarnation, or sequel, to the Michael Jordan-Looney Tunes crossover “Space Jam.”
Well, we’re a week into October and a good portion into the 2018 college football season, so you all know what that means. It’s time for all the American teams who were overlooked and/or disrespected prior to the season to start popping up in the Top 25 and get their due, despite it being too late in the season for people to overcome the initial anchoring effect of their omission.
Even if the proof is there that the competition gap in women’s basketball is closing, Twitter trolls care not. They get pure enjoyment of having the opportunity to ridicule Auriemma and his Huskies for two consecutive Final Four losses, suggesting the American Athletic Conference or weak competition in women’s basketball are to blame for failure at the biggest stage.
Football takes a toll on the body and Gronk has taken more than his fair share of injuries. Since entering the league, Tom Brady’s favorite target has suffered a fractured forearm, a fractured back, a high ankle sprain and multiple concussions, including one just three weeks ago when he played against the Jacksonville Jaguars.