1. LeBron James: Is He Officially the Most Arrogant Player in Sports?

    In the most recent edition of GQ is a LeBron James interview, where the Miami Heat star had some perplexing comments regarding his time in Cleveland...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 5,100 reads 10 comments

  2. 5 Keys to New York Jets Season Revisited After First Preseason Game

    Almost two weeks ago, I wrote an article looking at five keys for the Jets as they approach the 2010 season...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 368 reads 0 comments

  3. Are Darrelle Revis' Agents To Blame for Contract Skirmish?

    Darrelle Revis is represented by Neil Schwartz and Jonathan Feinsod. Amongst their clientele are guard Pete Kendall, tight end Chris Baker, wide receiver Vincent Jackson, and Revis...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 2,351 reads 3 comments

  4. Mets Lineup vs. Roy Halladay a Step in the Right Direction for Organization

    Yesterday the Mets faced Phillies ace Roy Halladay one day removed from news that veteran Alex Cora would be cut...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 258 reads 0 comments

  5. Alex Rodriguez Vs. Barry Bonds: Who Is More Hated?

    In the aftermath of Alex Rodriguez's 600th home run, many have downplayed his milestone because of his admitted usage of performance enhancing drugs (PEDs), and have compared him to another user, the current home run king, Barry Bonds...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 1,195 reads 15 comments

  6. NFL Predictions for 2010 Season: Five Keys To a Jets Super Bowl Win

    Jets coach Rex Ryan has come out and predicted a New York Jets Super Bowl victory this year, with Jets legend Joe Namath backing up Ryan's optimism by saying the Jets hype is justified...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 1,570 reads 22 comments

  7. MLB Sets Bad Example By Suspending Jerry Manuel

    Jerry Manuel's one game suspension is over and done with, and the Mets won the game in which he was not on the bench. Yet, I still have a major problem with the fact that Manuel was suspended and fined by the MLB in the first place...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 194 reads 1 comments

  8. We Can't Diminish the Records of Performance Enhancing Drug Users

    Before I begin, I want to make it crystal clear that I am actually quite an A-Rod hater, especially after his interview with Peter Gammons after admitting to steroids, where all he could say was "it was a loosey-goosey era...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 425 reads 0 comments

  9. Why Don't the New York Mets Just Release Oliver Perez?

    Apparently, Oliver Perez is going to be activated off of the Disabled List for the New York Mets tomorrow, after making five poor rehab appearances. Given Perez's big league service, Perez has to approve a designation to the minor leagues...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 175 reads 8 comments

  10. Louis Oosthuizen Wins British Open, But Does He Win Best Name In Golf?

    No one had ever heard of Louis Oosthuizen until this weekend. But, he just won the British Open. Now he's the talk of the golf world. While he was leading, ESPN had a special, where both golf fans and members of the PGA Tour tried to pronounce his name..

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 802 reads 4 comments

  11. Is Johan Santana the Most Unlucky Pitcher in Major League Baseball?

    The New York Mets won today behind the strong pitching performance of Johan Santana. Though Santana pitched well enough for a win, he didn't get it, as closer Francisco Rodriguez blew another save...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 523 reads 17 comments

  12. 109,901 In The Big House: What It Means For Michigan Football

    The University of Michigan finally finished the construction on Michigan Stadium, adding suites parallel to both sidelines...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 231 reads 11 comments

  13. Are Alex Rodriguez's 600 Home Runs Marred By Steroids?

    Currently, Alex Rodriguez has 597 home runs, and he is only three away from his milestone 600th. Upon hitting number 600, A-Rod will join the exclusive club which contains only six members: Barry Bonds, Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth, Willy Mays, Ken Griffey Jr...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 675 reads 27 comments

  14. New York Mets Are NL East Front Runners, Not Atlanta Braves

    Yesterday, the Atlanta Braves shipped their troubled shortstop Yunel Escobar to the Toronto Blue Jays for shortstop Alex Gonzalez...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 1,470 reads 82 comments

  15. Midsummer Flop: MLB All-Star Events Are a Joke

    The Midsummer Classic consists of three events: All-Star Sunday, the Home Run Derby, and the All-Star Game. Each event is a joke...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 303 reads 0 comments

  16. Will New York Mets' Downfall Begin with Weekend Series?

    As much as I hate to admit this, I think the Mets have been overachieving this year. I'm not sure anyone would have guessed that they would have been playing this great of baseball this year...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 15 reads 0 comments

  17. Flanking The Miami Thrice: How About Wally Szczerbiak?

    Just about the only certainty during this NBA offseason was that if the Miami Heat signed LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, they'd have to complete their roster with veteran players willing to play for minimum salary...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 1,416 reads 0 comments

  18. The New York Yankees Trading For Cliff Lee is a Mistake

    The buzz in the baseball world is that the Yankees are nearing a deal to acquire Mariners' ace Cliff Lee. This blockbuster trade allows Lee to simply hop across Safeco Field into the ...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 678 reads 5 comments

  19. LeBron James and ESPN Should Be Ashamed by "The Decision" Coverage

    LeBron James just announced that he is going to sign with the Miami Heat. The only thing I got out of "The Decision" coverage is that LeBron James is the most selfish, narcissistic person on the face of this Earth...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 952 reads 16 comments

  20. Signs Point To LeBron James Joining The New York Knicks

    Since ESPN announced that LeBron James will declare "The Decision" Thursday Night at 9 pm (ET), rumors and speculation have been flying about where The King will go...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 5,045 reads 9 comments

  21. Johan Santana Finally Realizes Easiest Way To Win: Do It All Yourself!

    Hopefully, after tonight, Johan Santana likes the National League a little bit more. While he has not found nearly as much success in the NL as he had in the AL with the Minnesota Twins, ...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 152 reads 2 comments

  22. Joey Votto Makes a Statement vs. New York Mets, Proves He Is an All-Star

    I've been extremely vocal about my hatred of the All-Star Game selection rules, and the actual selections (I wrote an article about what the rosters should be , and who we must vote for in the Final Vote )...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 395 reads 6 comments

  23. MLB All-Star Game Final Vote: Who We MUST Vote For

    I'm disgusted at some of the names I see on this year's All-Star Game roster. I'm frustrated that, year after year, there is a long list of snubs that deserve to play, especially considering ...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 2,513 reads 28 comments

  24. Bush League or Brilliance? Luis Suarez's Illegal Swat Save Saves Uruguay

    Soccer is a game filled with questionable decisions by players. Numerous times a game, players flop, trying to get cards for the opposing player, while gaining free kicks...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 1,509 reads 23 comments

  25. The 2010 MLB All-Star Game Rosters, or What They Should Be

    With fan voting ending tomorrow, I wanted to share my take on what the 2010 MLB All-Star Game rosters should be...

    Justin Norman Written by Justin Norman about over 4 years ago 1,791 reads 17 comments