1. Air Apparent: LeBron James to Chicago the Logical Answer to the 2010 Question

    If you are like me, you are probably sick, tired, burned out and not at all intrigued by the hoopla surrounding the “Where will LeBron play in 2010?” hype...

    Dan E. Love Written by Dan E. Love about over 4 years ago 3,716 reads 4 comments

  2. Super Bowl XLIII: A Work of Fiction

    I have this problem: I’m a writer, a fiction writer at that. As a writer—and, subsequently, as a reader—you learn that there is no such thing as a “wasted” word, sentence or phrase...

    Dan E. Love Written by Dan E. Love about over 5 years ago 100 reads 0 comments

  3. Love, Hate and The Black Mamba

    From the day Kobe Bryant announced he would be skipping college and “taking his talents” straight to the NBA, I did not like the guy...

    Dan E. Love Written by Dan E. Love about 6 years ago 1,156 reads 9 comments

  4. Game 7: A Make-or-Break for King James?

    Game 7s are always big, but there is something about a Game 7 in Boston that just seems bigger. Throughout the history of basketball, the scenario has been practically the same when it comes to do-or-die games at The Garden...

    Dan E. Love Written by Dan E. Love about 6 years ago 571 reads 6 comments

  5. WNBA News: Random Ramblings on the 2008 Opener

    WNBA Fever: Catch it! OK not really, but apparently the WNBA kicked off the season today (I know this because the MNBA made sure there were no playoff games to compete with the debut of the league's 12th, yes, 12th season)...

    Dan E. Love Written by Dan E. Love about 6 years ago 30 reads 3 comments

  6. The NBA's French Savior

    Back in the 1980s and ‘90s, the NBA decided to alter the way the league was marketed, shifting from a team-oriented presentation of the league to the star-driven product we see today...

    Dan E. Love Written by Dan E. Love about 6 years ago 1,323 reads 0 comments

  7. What's in a Name?: The Hidden Annoyance of Franchise Relocation

    I am hardly Sports Purist Guy. I believe American League baseball is more enjoyable than the National League’s version primarily because of the designated hitter...

    Dan E. Love Written by Dan E. Love about 6 years ago 2,619 reads 18 comments