1. The Icing on the Cake Bob Geren Is Done in Oakland

    The Oakland A's had a chance to build some momentum going into the all-star break. Specifically after Brett Anderson pitched a two-hit shutout against the Boston Red Sox...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 107 reads 1 comments

  2. Threats of Suicide Are Serious and Should Not Be Ignored by Anyone

    There's an important message that can be learned from the tragic loss of life of both Steve McNair and Sahel Kazemi. It's a message that has been heard before and we will continue to hear...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 1,131 reads 47 comments

  3. Red Sox-A's: J.D. Drew Starts Big Inning and David Ortiz Finishes It Off

    Trevor Cahill, like Brett Anderson, was cruising against the Boston Red Sox until the bottom of the sixth inning. That's where things got different. With the A's staked to a 1-0 lead and plenty of missed scoring opportunties, J...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 54 reads 0 comments

  4. Dana Eveland Never Should Have Started Against the Red Sox

    Contribute him starting to another questionable decision by Bob Geren. If Geren had actually done his job, he would have realized that Eveland was not the answer to replace Dallas Braden, who went on the bereavement list...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 41 reads 3 comments

  5. Another Tragedy For The NFL, Steve McNair Found Fatally Shot

    July 4th is a day of celebration for the independence of our country. Yet, for the Tennessee Titan and Baltimore Fans who may have not seen the reports yet, former starting quarterback Steve McNair was found fatally shot in his home...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 547 reads 2 comments

  6. The NFL: Where Neglecting Ex-Players Happens

    The NFL has always been known for the violent hits, and in certain cases devastating injuries. In most cases, when a big hit happens, the player that gets hit usually is able to ...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 2,088 reads 32 comments

  7. Summer Reading: The Best American Sports Writing 2008

    Since I started with Bleacher Report, I never really thought of sports writing as a career choice. That has changed; I recently had an interview with a local newspaper in regards to interning...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 523 reads 4 comments

  8. Bad News for Yao Ming: Career Could Be Over

    According to an article written just today by Adrian Wojnarowski titled, "Rockets Could Lose Yao for Season, If Not Longer," Yao Ming's career may be over...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 1,276 reads 2 comments

  9. Why Bob Geren's Managing Style Meant Failure Right From the Beginning

    From the start of Bob Geren's tenure as manager of the Oakland A's, he was doomed to fail. The reason being is the style of managing he employs and it has nothing to do with the trades that Billy Beane has made during the time he's been manager...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 190 reads 3 comments

  10. Another Boneheaded Move By Bob Geren With Gio Gonzalez Costs A's

    Bob Geren continues to make head-scratching decisions after another incident where Gonzalez was in the game way too long. Sure, if Gonzalez had made the play instead of throwing the ball away, the inning would have gone better for Gonzalez...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 184 reads 10 comments

  11. Steve Nash: Worst MVP Choice in NBA History

    There's a lot of words that can be described for Steve Nash, but MVP he is not. In fact Nash will go down as the worst MVP choice in NBA history...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 8,572 reads 92 comments

  12. A's-Giants: Bobby Crosby Comes Through With Big Hit

    If there was one theme last night for the A's, it was wasted opportunities to put the Giants away. The Giants did take a 1-0 lead after a homer by Travis Ishikawa off of Trevor Cahill, but that was Cahill's only mistake of the game...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 68 reads 0 comments

  13. Andris Biedrins Is the Key To a Successful Season For the Warriors

    Forget the talk about Monta Ellis being happy in Golden State. The key for the Warriors season to be successful is actually Andris Biedrins...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 392 reads 2 comments

  14. Donte' Stallworth Articles Are Getting Ridiculous

    There's been plenty of discussion and articles lately on bleacherreport and elsewhere in regards to the punishment that was handed down for Donte' Stallworth who plead guilty to DUI Manslaughter...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 540 reads 65 comments

  15. Questions That The Golden State Warriors Need Answers For

    The Golden State Warriors have plenty of questions that need to be answered. There's been rumors of trades as well as bringing back a key center piece from their playoff run...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 585 reads 4 comments

  16. Don't Call It Ineptitude, Call It Incompetence

    Let's call a spade a spade. It isn't ineptitude that A's manager Bob Geren displays—it is a total lack of competence...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 5 years ago 106 reads 6 comments

  17. If Big Men are Slow to Develop, Then Why Not Develop in College?

    There was a recent article on the issue with the "one and done" rule as it is being coined. Basically the rule that states a player must be 19 years old, on year removed from their graduating ...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 5 years ago 330 reads 10 comments

  18. Lakers Hold Off Magic Thanks to Missed Call

    If there is one play that will be remembered in these NBA Finals, it came with just 31.4 seconds left in Game Four. Derek Fisher drained a three-pointer to put the Los Angeles Lakers ahead by three...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 5 years ago 1,205 reads 74 comments

  19. Stan Van Gundy's Lack of Direction, Motivation Prove Costly for Magic

    Stan Van Gundy, just like his brother Jeff, proved tonight why he will never win a championship as a coach and why he was run out of Miami. The Orlando Magic were the better team tonight, they had no business losing this game...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 5 years ago 562 reads 25 comments

  20. A Response to Miles Hines's Article on Overrated Players

    Miles Hines recently wrote an article trying to point out the most overrated players in NBA history and his attempt started out well, but quickly fell of the tracks...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 5 years ago 278 reads 9 comments

  21. Why Pau Gasol Will Always Be Deemed "Soft"

    When the mention of the word soft is described for an NBA player, there's a couple of players that come to mind. But the one that stands out the most is Pau Gasol...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 5 years ago 2,263 reads 27 comments

  22. Bernie Fryer, NBA Director of Officiating, Shows Why He Should Be Fired

    Bernie Fryer is the Director of Officiating for the National Basketball Association. Why is his name being mentioned now? Because of a rumor posted on the Yahoo NBA section that creates even more controversy...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 5 years ago 688 reads 14 comments

  23. Are the Clippers Really Going To Draft Blake Griffin?

    Since the college basketball season ended, the wait was on for Blake Griffin on what team was going to get the No. 1 pick in the 2009 NBA Draft. It turns out it was the Los Angeles Clippers...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 5 years ago 666 reads 1 comments

  24. The NBA's Slogan Should Be " Where the Officiating is Subpar"

    The NBA has a commercial that states "Where Amazing Happens" well that commercial and the premise of it is great, but it is further from the truth than one realizes...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 5 years ago 543 reads 5 comments

  25. Even Down 2-0, Magic Have No Reason to Panic

    Even though the Magic will soon be down 0-2 to the Lakers, they have no need to panic and in fact should be happy with the way they played tonight in Los Angeles, especially after their Game 1 effort...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 5 years ago 248 reads 8 comments