Jim Cavan is a freelance writer whose work has appeared at the New York Times, ESPN.com, Grantland, The Classical, SB Nation, The Cauldron and Narratively, among other outlets. He is a 2005 graduate of the University of New Hampshire, where he majored in Philosophy and spent an inordinate amount of time trying to figure out how to make a living with a degree in Philosophy. He eventually figured it out. He thinks.
His first book, co-written with a team of fellow Knicks bloggers, is "We'll Always Have Linsanity: Strange Takes on the Strangest Season in Knicks History". It is, in the words of one Amazon reviewer, "CLICK HERE TO START MAKING $2,000 A DAY FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME."
Probably the most talented natural writer on this website. Keep up the good work.
Why don't you write more about the Knicks???? That's your favorite team, right?
I could be wrong, but pretty sure I am not. In your 16 July article on the Bulls you stated "But, as Sam underscores in a different dispatch, having guys like Taj Gibson, Dunleavy, D.J. Augustin and Kirk Hinrich call-up ready ought to be seen as a boon, rather than a burden:" Didn't DJ Augustin sign with the Detroit Pistons last week for 2 years at 6 mil?
Hey there's a band I follow that has a song could have been written for King james and the Cleveland crazies, especially the Cleveland crazies. Some soulful white guy in an east coast band called Black Girls belts out in the refrain "miami is the last place you wanna be". Perfect. The new Cleveland theme song. go cavs. Sorry i have no idea how to post it from spotify or i tunes
A good sense of humor and knowing what you're talking about - a very rare combination at b/r.
You write for the Knicks and treat them like dirt on your "Takeaways from NBA Wednesday"
You forgot the Raptors/GSW game in your Sundays Takeaway. It's particularly bad considering your next fast food article was about O'Neal missing the game.