Weekly Recap — #Sportsbiz, Superfights, and super fast citizens


Sorry I’m a day late on this. Started to write this post Sunday morning but got off on a tangent about SAE bros, n-bombs and whether hip-hop makes white people say racist things. Anyway, folks keep telling me they’re working to keep track of everything I publish. It doesn’t always come up in their Facebook … Continue reading

Hockey needs way more fighting — a proposal


Tuesday night I watched most of the game between the Philadelphia Flyers and Tampa Bay Lightning, about the most exciting TV sports option available to me at the time — and also the most confusing. Between the first and second periods NBC Sports Network analysts devoted nearly the entire intermission to breaking down a fight … Continue reading

Oh Canada… Malcolm Subban repels opponents and racist troll fans


What we didn’t see coming: Canada losing a lopsided semi final to the U.S. Thursday morning at the World Junior Hockey Championship. This tournament is Canada’s equivalent of March Madness — the entire country uniting to follow the future stars of an insanely popular sport through a series of progressively tougher challenges. This event has … Continue reading

Three thoughts…


…To take with you into the weekend. 1. DON CHERRY IS WHO WE THOUGHT HE WAS, SO REACT ACCORDINGLY To the people upset over the rant Cherry ripped of Thursday night —  deriding retired NHL enforcers like Stu Grimson as “hypocrites” and “pukes” because they now speak out against fighting in hockey — I get … Continue reading

ABDB Ep. 22: What if Tom Brady… were BLACK!!


He’d look like this. And the All Balls Don’t Bounce Podcast would sound like this. If you ever need support knowin who’s on the court, you call — All Balls Don’t Bounce… Pimpers Paradise even more pimped out than ever…Shouts out to ABDB’s ever-expanding circle of friends… Annika Sorenstam still beefing with Michelle Wie, says … Continue reading

Sizzling Majors stoke fan fever in Mississauga


Dec. 3, 2010 By Morgan Campbell On a recent evening, a group of players from the Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors strolled into a movie theatre at Square One mall and ran into something unexpected — a fan who recognized their faces. Before the lights went down, the fan approached the teenagers to praise them for … Continue reading

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