1. NBA Christmas Day 2013 Matchups Lose Steam with Injuries to Key Players

    NBA fans can usually wake up Christmas morning to a slate of great basketball around the clock. Over on the West Coast, it starts at 9 a.m. PT and runs throughout the day on ESPN and network television...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 7 months ago 605 reads 2 comments

  2. Metta World Peace's Amnesty Release May Spell the End for Laker Forward

    For a five-year stretch between 2009 and 2013, my favorite member of the Los Angeles Lakers was the Artest formerly known as Ron, better known by his real name Metta World Peace ...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 1 year ago 2,789 reads 0 comments

  3. Lakers Need to Ditch Dwight Howard, Think Towards 2014 in Free Agency

    Around this time last year, the Lakers popped the blue pill. As Laker GM Mitch Kupchak is plenty prone to do, he made quick work of the trade market and brought in the likes ...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 1 year ago 4,320 reads 8 comments

  4. Dwight Howard Impressive in Laker Debut Despite Preseason Loss

    Prior to the tip-off of Sunday night's game, much of the hype was surrounding Dwight Howard 's debut with the Lakers —the re-commencement of a tradition of great big men who ...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about almost 2 years ago 549 reads 0 comments

  5. Michael Vick: Philadelphia Eagles Have a Chance of Developing a 'Dynasty'

    For Philadelphia Eagles fans, there is nothing more familiar, and frightening, than preseason optimism...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 2 years ago 730 reads 5 comments

  6. Dear Dwight Howard: An Open Letter from a Wary LA Laker Fan

    Dear Dwight Howard , I hope you enjoyed your time at Chavez Ravine last night. I hope you enjoyed the fans' reception, your luxury suite, the spinning salad at Lawry's on La Cienega and your ice cream at Sprinkles on South Santa Monica...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 2 years ago 4,478 reads 19 comments

  7. Lakers' Metta World Peace Faces Possible Suspension for Elbow on Harden

    It was the cheap shot heard 'round the world. Late in the second quarter of the Lakers -Thunder thriller Sunday, Metta World Peace threw down a gorgeous flush on Serge Ibaka...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about over 2 years ago 138 reads 3 comments

  8. Could Russell Westbrook's Selfishness Kill the OKC Thunder's Title Run?

    Last night's game between the first-place Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Clippers will be remembered for one thing: three minutes into the third quarter, Blake Griffin ...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about over 2 years ago 2,953 reads 55 comments

  9. 2012 NBA MVP Prediction: Kevin Durant Looks to Dethrone Rose and LeBron James

    So it's that time of the year again. The NBA season sputtered to a start after absolutely grueling labor negotiations. There's basketball in America, and I can finally put the noose and chair away, and get back to attempting to predict the MVP...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about over 2 years ago 485 reads 0 comments

  10. 2011 NBA Trade Rumors: Lakers Looking to Land Chris Paul and Dwight Howard

    According to ESPN's NBA insider Chris Broussard, the Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly interested in adding both Chris Paul and Dwight Howard to complement Kobe Bryant for the upcoming lockout-shortened 2011-2012 NBA Season...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about over 2 years ago 2,359 reads 4 comments

  11. 2011 NFL Thanksgiving: Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers Preview & Prediction

    As is the tradition on Thanksgiving Day, the Detroit Lions will be playing tomorrow, but the Lions look to do something they haven't done in seven previous attempts: win on Thanksgiving...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about over 2 years ago 5,203 reads 0 comments

  12. Tim Tebow: How I Learned to Stop Hating and Began Embracing Tebow

    It crept up on me, through my Facebook news feed. One of my Christian friends posted a video with the comment that Tim Tebow had responded to Jake Plummer's pointed criticism of Tebow's ...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about over 2 years ago 1,030 reads 12 comments

  13. Roger Federer Beats Novak Djokovic: Does Federer Have a Shot vs. Rafael Nadal?

    The matchup the tennis world has been hoping for has come into fruition. After a bout of absences from each side intermittently for the past two years, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will meet in the French Open Final once again...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 3 years ago 1,447 reads 10 comments

  14. French Open 2011: Roger Federer Ends Novak Djokovic's Streak, Advances to Final

    After the final point of the match-deciding tiebreak in the 2011 French Open Men's Semifinal, Roger Federer wagged his finger, a la Dikembe Mutombo...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 3 years ago 991 reads 0 comments

  15. French Open 2011: 10 Reasons the Final Will Be Roger Federer vs. Rafael Nadal

    In a year that all but seems locked up to be Novak Djokovic's coming-out party, the tennis world seems to be forgetting about two members of the tennis "triumvirate"—Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 3 years ago 1,223 reads 5 comments

  16. Roger Federer: 10 Reasons 2011 French Open Win Is a Must for His Legacy

    To the tennis world at large, Roger Federer is washed up, a has-been, over the hill and retirement bound. ESPN no longer runs Roger's early exits as surprising, SportsCenter -worthy developments...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 3 years ago 3,016 reads 7 comments

  17. NBA History: Phil Jackson Leaves Lakers, Legacy of Near-Perfection

    In any sport, the idea of any team winning an NBA Championship, a World Series, a Stanley Cup 11 times in 20 years is ridiculous...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 3 years ago 1,146 reads 1 comments

  18. 2011 NBA Season: The Real March Madness Doesn't Involve a Bracket Until May

    It was an interesting question. About this time last year, when I was out of school penning a manuscript, I'd wake up early in the morning, do some stretching, and catch ESPN First Take with my morning coffee...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about over 3 years ago 578 reads 0 comments

  19. LA Lakers vs. Miami Heat: NBA Christmas, Why We Care, and Who Wins

    On Christmas I, like every other rabid NBA fan the world over, am not looking forward to unwrapping presents. I am not excited about going to church early in the morning (I don't think that's anything out of the ordinary, actually)...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about over 3 years ago 1,633 reads 4 comments

  20. Randy Moss Waived By Vikings: Will He Play Where He Wants to Play?

    According to various media sources, Randy Moss has reportedly been waived by the Minnesota Vikings. This comes one day after we were allowed to ponder the philosophical, introspective ...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about over 3 years ago 845 reads 0 comments

  21. 2011 NBA Season: Is Kobe Bryant's Legacy Doomed To Michael Jordan's Shadow?

    As a fan of NBA basketball, I believe myself incredibly lucky to have lived through, and witnessed, the entirety of Kobe Bryant 's career...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about almost 4 years ago 2,319 reads 54 comments

  22. Minnesota Vikings: Moss, Childress and Brett Favre are the Good, Bad and Ugly

    Never have we seen so much revealed about a team in one game and a couple post-game interviews, but leave it to the Vikings, who have been amidst so much controversy this season, to do something unexpected this week...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about almost 4 years ago 788 reads 1 comments

  23. Donovan McNabb's Departure from Philadelphia: A Lesson Learned

    On April 4, 2010, the Philadelphia Eagles traded Donovan McNabb to the divisional rival Washington Redskins . Unlike many Eagle fans, McNabb didn't grow on me; I loved him from the start...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about almost 4 years ago 199 reads 2 comments

  24. LeBron James, Or How I Learned To Stop Hating and Embrace The King

    So you're probably getting wind of LeBron's Q-rating taking a George W. Bush-esque fall from grace (remember, Dubya had a Gallup Poll approval rating higher than 90% following 9/11)...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about almost 4 years ago 681 reads 4 comments

  25. 2011 NBA Season Preview: The Kobe, LeBron, Wade, or Durant Question

    So for those of you who missed me, I apologize. I'm back, and you can thank my mother for this opinion piece. She suggested it. Not joking...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about almost 4 years ago 489 reads 1 comments