1. Golden State Warriors Must Not Trade Stephen Jackson Just to Get Rid of Him

    It's been publicly documented through the offseason that Stephen Jackson is not happy with the way the Golden State Warriors are heading. As a fan of the Warriors for a long time his frustration is understandable...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 537 reads 2 comments

  2. Baseball's Stubbornness Is Going to Hurt Them in the Long Run

    There's one thing in Major League Baseball that it tries to hang on to, and that is the human element of the game. This means there are going to be missed calls on the field, and fans just have to accept it...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 86 reads 4 comments

  3. For Matt Holliday, Karma Sucks!

    When the Oakland A's made a headline this past off-season by trading for Matt Holliday, there was a belief by many A's fans that he would bring that big bat to the lineup that the A's had been lacking...

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  4. Are the Golden State Warriors Better Without Stephen Jackson?

    If you were to ask last year if the Golden State Warriors were better off without Stephen Jackson and Baron Davis? You'd get an answer like to the extent of this "you must be crazy" or "you're out of your mind...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 661 reads 2 comments

  5. Shaq As The Second Best Player of The Decade, Numbers Say No

    There are arguments in regards to Shaq for being the second best player of this past decade. He definitely has the individual awards and recognition as well as the four championship rings as ...

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  6. Anthony Randolph Is the Key to the Golden State Warriors' Season and Future

    Anthony Randolph is going to be a huge factor for the Golden State Warriors if they want to be competitive especially with Brandan Wright out for an extended period of time. When Chris Mullin drafted Randolph he came in as a project...

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  7. Why Kevin Garnett is the Second Best Player of the Decade

    It would be easy to say that Kobe Bryant was the best player of the decade there are also arguments that can be made that say he isn't and in fact possibly drops down to the third best player of the decade...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 1,720 reads 31 comments

  8. An Examination Of Shaq's Claim

    Shaquille O'Neal is in the headlines again. This time at least he made a point that is debateable. His statement is that the Cleveland Cavaliers are "Probably the Best Team I've ever had...

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  9. Dez Bryant's Ineligiblity Puts NCAA Power Back In The Forefront

    Dez Bryant came into the season as one of the best wide receivers in the country, but due to an unfortunate situation he is now being forced to sit...

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  10. Funny Pictures of Kobe Bryant

    I was going to write a slideshow on the most overrated players in the NBA, but I could only come up with two off the top of my head...

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  11. Were the San Francisco 49ers Fooling Themselves with Wide Receiver "Depth" ?

    The San Francisco 49ers are really in control of their own destiny in the NFC West, but if the 49ers want to start beating the good teams, they need a wide receiver to step up...

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  12. Don't Call It Hate, Call It Being A Realist

    I find it highly illogical that when someone puts up an argument in regards to Kobe Bryant and it's not one that's going to shine a light positively on Kobe Bryant, his fans in a rush to pass judgment over you begin by calling you a "hater...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 724 reads 50 comments

  13. Cal Never Answered the Questions from Oregon Game, Got Dismantled

    Last week after the humiliating loss to the Oregon Ducks, I wrote an article titled "Questions the Cal Bears Need to Address Before USC...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 390 reads 1 comments

  14. It Is Time for Cal to Rebuild: Kevin Riley's Tenure Is Done

    I remember the last time Jeff Tedford had a quarterback like Kevin Riley, he benched him after playing terribly and started a much younger quarterback. The Bears are at this point now...

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  15. 5 Reasons Why Kobe Will Never Be the GOAT

    There's a recent slideshow that gave the list of five credentials for when Kobe Bryant retires on the reasons he will be the GOAT. If you haven't seen the slideshow it went toughness, work ethic, desire to win, basketball IQ, and talent...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 2,445 reads 130 comments

  16. LeGarrette Blount May Be Reinstated Before the End of the Season

    In week one of the College Football season, much of the chatter was about the boneheaded move of LeGarrette Blount, who suckered punched a Boise State defensive linemen...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 245 reads 0 comments

  17. Earth to Don Nelson: Stephen Curry Belongs on the Bench

    I find it funny that the media has portrayed Monta Ellis' comments on playing in the same backcourt with Stephen Curry as Ellis not being a team player...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 850 reads 14 comments

  18. Oscar Robertson and Michael Jordan Headline a Select Club

    In the NBA there's a club of 11 players who belong to a certain club. There have been players who have done this feat in a season once and there are two players who have done the feat six times...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 89 reads 3 comments

  19. Artis Gilmore is a Hall of Famer, So Why Isn't He In?

    Artis Gilmore should be a representative for the NBA in the Basketball Hall of Fame, yet he has not been enshrined. The funny thing the NBA has had Bill Walton as a member of the NBA's 50th Anniversary ...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 917 reads 11 comments

  20. Fielder of Dreams: Oakland GM Billy Beane Could Excite City with Milwaukee Star

    Major News about Prince Fielder has come out stating that he is on the trading block and now would be the perfect time for the young A's to pick up a proven power hitter and if it means ...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 374 reads 0 comments

  21. A Look at Each NBA Franchise's Leader in Three Pointers Made

    While I took a break from studying I typed "The NBA moves the three point line in and then back" into a Google search. The second option was, "Can you name the all-time three point shooters for each of the 30 NBA teams...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 1,573 reads 3 comments

  22. Robert Rowell, Humor Doesn't Suit You: Warriors Fans Aren't Idiots

    Robert Rowell must think Golden State Warriors fans are either idiots, drunk, or asleep at the wheel because Rowell's latest comments in regards to the Stephen Jackson situation were some the funniest things I've ever read...

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  23. For California To Beat USC Kevin Riley Must Step Up!

    Kevin Riley is currently in his second year as starter for the California Golden Bears. To say that he's had an up and down start to his Bear career is an understatement...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 274 reads 0 comments

  24. The Art Of the Midrange Jumper Is All But Gone in The NBA

    I got into an interesting little argument about the fundamentals of basketball after a list came out of the top 10 fundamentally challenged players in the NBA...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 1,899 reads 21 comments

  25. 49ers Learn Three Valuable Lessons for the Future

    The San Francisco 49ers had the opportunity to start the season 3-0, but due to two costly lessons, they left Minnesota with a loss and a 2-1 record. You could make the argument for a third lesson as well, but for now let's leave it at two...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 235 reads 0 comments