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BRENNAN | How The Lakers Can Avert Disaster

By Tim Brennan November 18, 2022

When the Los Angeles Lakers won the 2020 NBA title in the Orlando bubble, their all-in trade sending away most of their young players and future picks for Anthony Davis a year prior was validated forever....

All-NBA Teams From a Writer With No Vote

By Tim Brennan April 7, 2022

Each year, a group of NBA writers vote on All-NBA teams, a snapshot of the best 15 players in the league each season. Since I just spent three hours figuring out my personal ballot, I ought to share it...

KALES | LeBron James’ Most Elusive Rival Is None Other Than President Donald Trump

KALES | LeBron James’ Most Elusive Rival Is None Other Than President Donald Trump

By Eli Kales November 13, 2020

On the evening before his eventual loss in the 2020 presidential election, President Donald Trump basked in his supporters’ cheers that filled the brisk autumn Pennsylvania air. The night before the...

ZANGWILL | Zion Williamson is Going to be Great; LeBron James Already is Great

ZANGWILL | Zion Williamson is Going to be Great; LeBron James Already is Great

By Grant Zangwill April 1, 2019

I thought I could make it past my fifth column. Week after week, I have resisted the urge to weigh in on debates over LeBron James, despite their frequency. What a better world it would be if all of the...

SWANSON | Irving Trade Spurs Cavaliers Slump

SWANSON | Irving Trade Spurs Cavalier’s Slump

By Jeff Swanson January 26, 2018

Amid a stretch of horrendous losses, the Cleveland Cavaliers reached a new low last Monday after a heated team meeting. During the meeting,  much of the frustration was directed toward forward Kevin...

SCHENK: Unity Needed Against Injustice

SCHENK: Unity Needed Against Injustice

By Sinead Schenk September 27, 2016

In the past weeks, months and years, there has been a shocking number of reports about young black men killed by police officers. There have been two separate incidents this past week, first in Tulsa,...

PARK: Lack of Star Power Has Sullied Baseballs Popularity

PARK: Lack of Star Power Has Sullied Baseball’s Popularity

By Tyler Park July 19, 2016

In a continuation of an alarming trend, the MLB All-Star Game’s television ratings declined in this year’s game. This decline in ratings comes in spite of MLB’s ill-advised to make the All-Star Game...

COUTURE: 2016 Finals Will Cement LeBron James’ Legacy

COUTURE: 2016 Finals Will Cement LeBron James’ Legacy

By Evan Couture June 17, 2016

For a player as accomplished and successful as forward LeBron James, it seems odd to claim that his seventh NBA Finals appearance will have the most impact on his legacy. James is already regarded as...

COUTURE: Warriors Poised for Second NBA Title

COUTURE: Warriors Poised for Second NBA Title

By Evan Couture June 3, 2016

After making an unlikely comeback down 3-1 to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference finals, reigning MVP guard Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors are set to face off in an NBA finals...

Hilltop Hacks: Productive Procrastination

Hilltop Hacks: Productive Procrastination

By Alessandra Puccio and Alessandra Puccio March 2, 2016

Happy midterm season, Hoyas! While it may be crunch-time in the classroom, you can only run on a double-shot of espresso from Midnight for so long; you should treat yourself! What I'm talking about here...

IPPOLITO: Cavs Cannot Top Western Competition

IPPOLITO: Cavs Cannot Top Western Competition

By Michael Ippolito January 22, 2016

In most eras of history, kings have been resistant to change — Louis and Charles refused to change and became victims of their own device. But our king, James of Akron, who so many of us grew up watching...

SANTAMARIA: Durant, Smith Caught in Feud

SANTAMARIA: Durant, Smith Caught in Feud

By Paolo B. Santamaria October 9, 2015

ESPN’s “First Take” is often a shouting match between the infamous Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless, but on the rare occasion that Smith speaks in a serious and offended tone, it certainly lights...

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