1. Bob Geren Is No Einstein But He Does Fit His Definition of Insanity

    Bob Geren does not belong with the name Albert Einstein, but he does have something in common with him. That is Einstein's definition of insanity, which is doing the same things over and over again expecting a different result...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 436 reads 2 comments

  2. Dan Gilbert Failed LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers Fans

    Dan Gilbert, the Cleveland Cavaliers majority owner, and the Cleveland Cavalier fans certainly should be disappointed with the departure of LeBron James. I get the hurt and I get the frustration of how James left...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 2,819 reads 18 comments

  3. Lebron James Sacrificed His Own Legacy for a Shot at Multiple Championships

    When LeBron James was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers it seemed from day one he was going to set his own legacy. Before stepping foot on an NBA court he signed a 90 million dollar contract with Nike...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 667 reads 32 comments

  4. Seven Things the Oakland A's Must See in the Second Half From Their Players

    There was a point in time in the season where the Oakland A's could have made a surprising run at the American League West division title, but all hope are pretty much gone after another dreadful performance against the New York Yankees...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 471 reads 3 comments

  5. Why the Success of Drew Brees and Philip Rivers Won't Translate for Tim Tebow

    There's been plenty of articles that I've seen recently that are trying to make a point about unorthodox deliveries. The conventional wisdom is that if a few players are able to do it, then Tim Tebow should be able to as well...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 2,333 reads 160 comments

  6. Warriors Franchise All-Time Lineup (Starters and Bench)

    The Warriors franchise has found its way through Philadelphia, San Francisco, and finally, Oakland, where the team has been since 1971...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 1,525 reads 3 comments

  7. A Thorn in Barry Bonds' Side: 10 Pitchers Who Made His Life Hell

    Barry Bonds could quite go down as the most dangerous hitter Major League Baseball has ever seen. Steroids or no steroids, Bonds eye at the plate was matched by a select few...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 841 reads 9 comments

  8. Swing and a Miss: Top 10 Pitchers That Make Derek Jeter Look Foolish

    There aren't many pitchers that can cause Derek Jeter headaches, but here's a list of 10 pitchers who have had their way with Jeter. There are a few surprising names and there's names that are definitely known...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 4 years ago 645 reads 4 comments

  9. Brett Favre's Love Affair With the Media Has Gotten Old

    Brett Favre just loves to have his name in the headlines. Although, this year has been rather quiet until recently. Year after year it's the same old story with Favre...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 36 reads 48 comments

  10. Reds-Athletics: Another Loss for Oakland after Bullpen Misused Once Again

    Bob Geren's continued misuse of the Oakland A's bullpen is getting very tiresome. Here we have another game in which Geren's decisions were headscratching to say the least...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 191 reads 5 comments

  11. Magic Johnson Still Edges Out Kobe Bryant As Greatest Laker Guard Of All-Time

    Magic Johnson is widely considered the greatest point guard in NBA history, although an argument can be made for John Stockton who had the prototypical point guard body...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 1,909 reads 12 comments

  12. Kobe Bryant vs. Michael Jordan: There's Still No Debate, Jordan Is King

    Kobe Bryant has just won another championship ring—his fifth. There will be some fans who will start to bring up the debate that Kobe is somehow on par with Michael Jordan. The thing is, Bryant is not...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 31,960 reads 598 comments

  13. Boston Celtics: Expect Major Changes In the Offseason

    The Boston Celtics were one game away from winning a NBA Championship. Just one game, but in Game Seven of the NBA Finals, Celtics fans could easily see that Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Ray Allen aren't the same players they once were...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 7,389 reads 9 comments

  14. Lakers vs. Celtics Game 7: Why Game Seven Stunk

    I forced myself to watch game seven of the NBA Finals to see who would win. My hope was for the Boston Celtics. Yet, that didn't happen. The Lakers came up with more plays in the end than the Celtics did...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 969 reads 7 comments

  15. Bob Geren Is the Reason Why Billy Beane Can Only Trade for Prospects

    The Oakland Athletics were hanging tight in the race for the American League West division title. After the past two series where the A's have lost five games out of six that were played, it has become clear the A's need to make some major adjustments...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 1,007 reads 5 comments

  16. A Second Ring For Gasol Doesn't Mean He's a Hall Of Famer

    There was a question that was brought up by Harrison Moore in his article titled "NBA Finals 2010: Would a Second Title Catapult Pau Gasol Into the Hall of Fame?" The answer at this ...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 722 reads 2 comments

  17. Bob Geren and His Legendary Incompetency Continues to Grow

    Today continues the legacy of Bob Geren's incompetency as the Oakland Athletics manager. How he got invited to be one of the managers in the all-star game by Joe Girardi is beyond me...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 348 reads 7 comments

  18. The Top 10 Starting Pitchers in A's Franchise History

    The A's have certainly had plenty of talented starting pitchers come along over the years. Narrowing down this list to the top 10 was no easy chore, although Robert Slye Jr. did a great job of analyzing the top 10 pitchers in the franchise's history...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 9,693 reads 22 comments

  19. Dallas Who? Gio Gonzalez Is the Real Ace in Oakland

    With Brett Anderson being on the injured list for most of the season, the Oakland A's needed someone to step up to become the ace of the staff while Anderson recovered from his injury...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 288 reads 3 comments

  20. Seven Things the Oakland A's Must Do To Make the Playoffs

    The Oakland A's are currently in a battle between two other teams for the American League West title. The A's have some things that they need to work out to even consider being in contention for the division...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 728 reads 2 comments

  21. Screwing with Confidence: Oakland's Tyson Ross Needs To Be Sent Down

    Oakland A's manager Bob Geren nearly blew another game by having Tyson Ross come into the ballgame to face Delmon Young of the Minnesota Twins. With Joe Mauer on base via a free pass, in came Ross to face the right-handed hitting Young...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 195 reads 2 comments

  22. NBA Draft Busts: Do Bowie, Brown, Milicic Make the All-Time List?

    Here are the busts from the 1950's: Irwin Dabmrot, Gene Melchiorre, Marcus Freiberger, Zeke Sinicola, John McConathy, Ed Smith, Joe Dean, Bob Stauffer, Chuck Darling, Mark Workman, ...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 1,479 reads 15 comments

  23. Draft Busts Of The 1990's, and 2000's

    1990 saw five busts. Dave Jamerson the 15th pick out of Ohio University averaged 3.4 points in 90 games, Jerrod Mustaf the 17th pick out of the University of Maryland averaged four ...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 1,489 reads 1 comments

  24. NBA Draft Busts Of the 70's and 80's

    This is the second part to the original article examining the draft busts of the 1950s and 1960s. During the 1970 draft the total amount of selections in the first round increased ...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 1,371 reads 0 comments

  25. Draft Busts of the 50's and 60's

    I recently came across Jon Star's run down of the Top 10 Biggest Busts of All-Time. It was an interesting read but I did not agree with the number one choice which was Sam Bowie...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about over 4 years ago 1,052 reads 12 comments