1. Why Kevin Durant is Not The Next Michael Jordan

    That's right, Kevin Durant the 6'9'', 230 pound small forward from the University of Texas is not and will not be the next Michael Jordan...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about almost 4 years ago 409 reads 10 comments

  2. Are the Cleveland Browns Kings of Ohio?

    Last Thursday, LeBron James decided to leave the Midwest for the sunshine in Miami, and with that, changed the entire landscape of professional sports in Ohio. The Cavaliers, or more importantly James, had become the heart of the professional state...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about almost 4 years ago 555 reads 5 comments

  3. Are the Cincinnati Reds "Kings of Ohio"?

    Last Thursday, LeBron James decided to leave the Midwest for the sunshine in Miami, and with that, changed the entire landscape of professional sports in Ohio. The Cavaliers, or more importantly James, had become the heart of the professional state...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about almost 4 years ago 158 reads 0 comments

  4. NBA Free Agency Rumors: Could Allen Iverson Join Chris Bosh in Miami?

    Today, LeBron James will end his mythical quest to find a team, and the world will learn whether or not he lands in Miami. Reports from ESPN's Chris Broussard, among others, suggest LeBron is going to the Heat...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 13,987 reads 20 comments

  5. Will the Sonics be Super Through Expansion?

    I write this article with the almost forgotten state of the now defunct Supersonics in mind. Oh, I know many remember there once was a team here that gave the city of Seattle its only championship (sorry, Storm), but I divulge from that thought...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 503 reads 2 comments

  6. I Want Back Barry Bonds' Steroid Baseball

    He said what?! You support steroids in baseball? Are you serious? In a way, I do. I miss seeing mammoth home runs being shot to the upper deck on the simple flick of the wrist. The shouts of "Wow" that would emanate throughout the stadium from the fans.

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 259 reads 1 comments

  7. Grading Oakland Pitcher Ben Sheets: $5 Million Into His Contract

    As the All-Star Game approaches, let's take an updated look at Ben Sheets' season. Last night, Sheets had his longest outing of the season, going 7.1 innings in a tough 3-1 loss against the mighty Yankees...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 351 reads 2 comments

  8. NBA's All-Time Top 20 Dunkers (With YouTube Video)

    What makes a great dunker? Is it hops? The ability to dunk through multiple bodies? Winning slam dunk contests? These are a few of the many factors that need to be examined when determining the greatest dunkers of all time...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 11,370 reads 34 comments

  9. NBA Rumors: Could Kevin Garnett for Al Jefferson Happen Again?

    Yes, it seems ludicrous that I would even conjure up an exchange of this magnitude, yet trading Al Jefferson right now for less than market makes about as much sense as the trade I currently propose...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 2,315 reads 4 comments

  10. The Top 23 To Wear Michael Jordan's #23

    This past season, LeBron James announced that he would be giving up his number 23 in tribute to Michael Jordan. He did this in hopes that no other player would wear it and that the league would retire the number in all venues...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 2,458 reads 3 comments

  11. Remember Me: John Jaha

    Let's take a trip to the past and revisit players of lore and others who played kind of poor(ly). Our first look is at John Emil Jaha. He was a 14th round selection of the Brewers in the 1984 draft...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 1,495 reads 2 comments

  12. 2010 NBA Draft: Is John Wall the Next Nate 'Tiny' Archibald?

    A zig, a zag and then a bucket. A zig, a zag and then an assist. These were common occurrences during Nate "Tiny" Archibald's career. He was a five time All-NBA and 1981 All-Star MVP...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 300 reads 4 comments

  13. Lee-ning Towards The Cliff: Seattle Mariners Should Save Their Own Fall

    Cliff Lee just finished perhaps his best start of the season—thus proving once again that he should not be traded. Lee (5-3), lowered his ERA to 2.55. He allowed no runs and struck out seven Cincinnati Reds batters in a complete game...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 1,156 reads 10 comments

  14. Where Does Kobe Bryant Rank Now All-Time?

    How good is Kobe Bryant all-time? We could go on talking about Pau Gasol, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Ray Allen now that this series is over, but I want to stick strictly to Bryant...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 1,179 reads 3 comments

  15. Kansas City Royals Get All-Star Game in 2012

    The Kansas City Royals finally have something to celebrate. The commissioner has awarded Kansas City the 2012 All-Star Game. The Royals haven't made the playoffs in 25 years, just missing the playoffs in the 1995 season...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 346 reads 0 comments

  16. Top 15 Tecmo Bowl Quaterbacks

    Everyone remembers the day (if your old enough) when you first played in the Tecmo or Super Tecmo Bowl. I was introduced to the game by Walter Payton and the Chicago Bears and in the Super Bowl edition, by the Eagles QB (Randall Cunningham)...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 1,828 reads 4 comments

  17. 2010 NBA Finals: Can Anyone But Kobe Bryant Win Finals MVP?

    In 1969, Jerry West would win the NBA Finals MVP award. Unfortunately for him, on the other side stood Bill Russell...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 937 reads 0 comments

  18. NBA Rumors: Chris Bosh Makes Winning Sauce With Phoenix Suns

    All of the talk for this impending free agency has revolved around LeBron James and rightly so. He is the best player in the game (to many people), but I would like to turn my focus to the potential signing of Chris Bosh...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 2,161 reads 5 comments

  19. Ray Allen: Does Anybody Give a Buck?

    Ray Allen—or as many know him, Jesus Shuttlesworth—is currently playing in his second NBA Finals. Neither of the finals, of course, were with the Milwaukee Bucks...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 1,110 reads 4 comments

  20. 2010 NBA Finals: In the Forum and Allen vs. Odom

    It has now been a decade since the NBA has played a game in the Great Western Forum (now simply known as the Forum), but wouldn't it be something if Game Six and the possible Game Seven were in the Forum...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 212 reads 0 comments

  21. 2010 NBA Finals: Four Games In, Who Should Win the MVP Award?

    We have been through the first four games of the NBA Finals and the series is tied at two games apiece. The play has been sporadic for almost every player in the series. There has been very few players who have shown up for every game...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 1,243 reads 14 comments

  22. Auburn Champion? And Is Banning USC From Bowls Good?

    As of today, the University of Southern California has been stripped of their 2005 Orange Bowl championship in which they thrashed the University of Oklahoma...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 848 reads 62 comments

  23. 20 Years of Potential NBA All-Stars

    In a time of the season when the best show they have the best in the NBA Finals, it is worth noting those overlooked. Pau Gasol has been an All-Star, but is overlooked himself for leading his team to a 50+ win season with the Grizzlies...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 2,306 reads 7 comments

  24. Detroit Loses Another Gem

    General Motors Plants have been taken away over the years and Detroit has suffered. Detroit has suffered their share of pains by far, and another one occurred tonight...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 63 reads 0 comments

  25. Ken Griffey Jr.: My Favorite Player Ever

    Amidst reports that Ken Griffey Jr. is retiring, I want to write a positive article on the heels of my hate article for Kobe Bryant. Griffey is my favorite baseball player of all-time, and I am sure I'm not alone in that thought...

    Erik Landau Written by Erik Landau about 4 years ago 135 reads 1 comments