Cleanthony Early, guns and why it’s time to change.

Knicks Guard/Forward Cleanthony Early was shot in his right knee early this morning outside a Queens strip club. He was leaving in a taxi with his girlfriend, when the cab was surrounded by three cars, who’s occupants pulled Early out, took his belongings (2 Gold chains, cash and his phone) and shot him in the…

Arron Afflalo: Mr.Consistent(ly overlooked)

I read an article recently, which was written at the beginning of this NBA season, which said that although signing Arron Afflalo for $16 million over two years was a reasonably good deal for a starting shooting guard, he was a only a regressing role player that wasn’t really worth signing at such a price…

Why Leicester City represent the last hope for professional football.

Liverpool sank to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Watford this weekend, further reducing my desire to publicly declare myself as a supporter of the club. All season I’ve drifted further and further away from my Premier League darling (Juventus will always be my footballing idols) as uninspired performances and lack of cohesion between…

Interview: Lethal Dialect.

We seem to be a little bit unsure of our own identity, but I think when you hear the likes of Sinéad and Damien Dempsey why would you want to do it any other way?

Conor McGregor: The new Celtic Tiger.

‘I seen myself as the champ from day one, before I even started training I always saw myself as the champ’ (March, 2013). This could be the stereotypical Irish MMA fanboy post about Conor McGregor and in a way, it is. Before the summer evening when we all bustled into the Mac Dubhghaill twins’ sitting…

A night in with Clyde.

As Ireland recovered after the battering storm Desmond gave the entire country, I decided last night (9/12/15) it’d be a good idea to tune into MSG networks to catch the New York Knicks take on the Utah Jazz in the EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City. The Knicks so far this season have been topsy-turvy, but…

How Black Friday Brightened up the Game.

Last Friday, (27/11/15) was for most of us, at home here in Ireland anyway, an online free-for-all, in terms of shopping of course, as the time honoured American tradition of sales on ‘Black Friday’ (The day after Thanksgiving) slowly but surely makes its way to our humble island through the dynamic beast that is the…