Photo courtesy of topnews.in. Andy Roddick (pictured above) was not a happy camper following his surprising 3rd round exit from Wimbledon yesterday.
By Josh Kramer
Yesterday was not a great day for American tennis by any means. First Ryan Harrison, the “Great American Hope,” was dismantled by 7th seeded David Ferrer, in a second round match that was resumed on Friday. Then Alex Bogomolov Jr. was wiped off the court by the very talented Tomas Berdych. Berdych could easily shock one of the “Fantastic Four,” and find his way into the semi-finals, though he would most likely have to defeat Rafa to do this. And to cap off an All American day at the All England Club, Andy Roddick, who typically thrives on the grass courts of Wimbledon, was dismantled by Feliciano Lopez, a guy he had previously never lost to.
At least Mardy Fish saved face and now is the lone American left in the Men’s draw. But it was not a good day for American tennis. Things have gone from good, to bad, to ugly. We are at the fourth round at Wimbledon, and there is one American left in the draw. Where is Pete Sampras when you need him (Sampras won 7 Wimbledon titles)? Continue reading →
Photo courtesy of nicekicks.com. Patrick Ewing (right) wants to do what Rick Pitino (left) does and step into the head coaching ranks.
By Josh Kramer
The NBA Draft was a wild one this year. Who cares if the talent level was at a seemingly all-time low and that the lottery was dominated by little-known international players. Television ratings were the highest they have ever been. And everyone is praying that a new CBA gets formed sooner rather than later.
But in the meantime, an intriguing story just broke. The Detroit Pistons are considering Patrick Ewing, the former Knicks great, as a possible candidate for their head coach vacancy? Ewing, who really defined New York basketball for a 15 year period has been an assistant coach basically since his retirement. Many have pigeon-holed the first ballot Hall of Famer as a “Big Man” assistant. Continue reading →
By Josh Kramer An age-old saying no matter where you go is, “Three strikes and you’re out.” You have probably heard this saying since you were toddler. Whether it be at home. On the baseball field. At school from disciplinarians. Or even … Continue reading →