Philin’ In – Act Three

The saga of James Dolan, Phil Jackson and Isiah Thomas will bring new meaning to the phrase Triangle Offense. Jimmy walked along the beach, making his way to the makeshift alter. This was the happiest day of his life. As he turned the corner, emerging from the row of sea roses, he spotted his beloved. “Jim…James! I thought about what we discussed the other day and … Continue reading Philin’ In – Act Three

Philin’ In – Act Two

The saga of James Dolan, Phil Jackson and Isiah Thomas will bring new meaning to the phrase Triangle Offense. Dolan burst into Jackson’s office, his $500 loafers sliding across the carpet. “Phil, I have an idea.” Jackson, who had been lounging on the office sofa in his boxers, sat upright and grabbed his pants that were draped over the sofa arm. Pulling them up and tucking … Continue reading Philin’ In – Act Two

Philin’ In – Act One

The saga of James Dolan, Phil Jackson and Isiah Thomas will bring new meaning to the phrase Triangle Offense. “Phil…PHIL! Wake up!” Jim Dolan yanked his GM’s shoulders back to lift his head from the desk. A rivulet of drool escaped from the corner of his mouth. Dolan shook Jackson as he slapped his cheek. “PHIL!…C’mon man, wake up now. It’s three in the afternoon for crissake!” … Continue reading Philin’ In – Act One

Aaron Hicks 105 mph double-play throw

I wasn’t sure if I should post this under the Sports section or enter as a Religious experience, because the reaction to Hicks’ throw in losing effort against the A’s on Wednesday night was nothing short of the second coming of Jesus; typical ESPN generation over-hyped bullshit. “Fastest outfield throw ever recorded!” Last time I checked, I don’t think anybody had radar guns trained on … Continue reading Aaron Hicks 105 mph double-play throw