1. Lakers: The Road To 73-9 Remains a Long One

    Well it's here—the morning after opening night.  Let the predictions fly!  I'm here grounded in reality.  The only thing more absurd than attempting to predict an MVP when half the NBA hasn't ...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about almost 5 years ago 298 reads 1 comments

  2. The Philadelphia Eagles: Weeks In Hell Trudge Slowly

    Hello world, I am Euno Lee, and I am a Philadelphia Eagles fan. Which makes me a borderline masochist during the months of September to December (don't even get me started on late-January)...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 5 years ago 161 reads 0 comments

  3. Men's Singles Year-End Slam Power Rankings for 2009: Guess Who's #1?

    Well, it's been an interesting year of Grand Slam Tennis; The Bull saw red in Australia, a Swiss Maestro molded history from clay in France, a man re-discovered his game anew to face an old foe ...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 5 years ago 674 reads 17 comments

  4. Federer Dethroned By Del Potro in U.S. Open Final

    Roger Federer was upset. Not in the general sense, where he lost in grueling fashion (3-6 7-6 4-6 7-6 6-2) to Argentinian Juan Martin del Potro in a 2009 U.S. Open Final that lasted more than four hours...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 5 years ago 809 reads 38 comments

  5. Richard Gasquet's Bizarre Comeback Story Spoiled By a Hungry Nadal

    Before baseball icon Manny Ramirez and female fertility drugs, before news broke that the Boston Red Sox's (former) Mr...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 5 years ago 290 reads 1 comments

  6. NBA MVP Predictions For 2009-2010: Can The King Do It Again?

    It's never too early to try to predict an MVP in the NBA, but to do so requires an awful lot of thought. It is common knowledge that the MVP voters have a certain bias towards the best player on the best team during the regular season...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 5 years ago 4,230 reads 9 comments

  7. Federer To Attempt to Extend History at U.S. Open

    Roger Federer and Dinara Safina were announced by the U.S. Tennis Association as the No. 1 seeds for the Men's Singles and Women's Singles tournaments, respectively, at the U.S. Open...

    Euno Lee Written by Euno Lee about 5 years ago 100 reads 0 comments