Sunday, May 17, 2015

Recycle Sunday No. 15: Blog filler while I'm away at a wedding

In mid October, I suggested the Patriots would be just fine after season-ending injuries to Jerod Mayo and Stevan Ridley.  Things worked out OK.

Steve Nash retired.  He's on a very short list of two-time NBA MVPs, and his first big moment (in college) was called by Celtics' announcer Mike Gorman.

Recounting the greatest sports moment of my lifetime: The 2004 Boston Red Sox.

Asking a bartender to put more booze in your drink is not a reasonable thing to do.

I ran into LeBron James on the street one day.

MLB shouldn't have allowed the Miami Marlins to sign Giancarlo Stanton to an absurd $325 million contract they have no intention of actually paying.

The NFL should install a fantasy app for your TV that displays the name of players with the ball.

Why don't any of the characters on The Walking Dead call the zombies "zombies"?

How to do parlor-trick math like the eight-year-old son of an NFL quarterback who went to Harvard.

If the New England Revolution (soccer) had won the MLS Cup, would the city of Boston have held a parade?

In honor of his 58th birthday, I put together a compilation of some of Larry Bird's best TV commercials.

It's been 14 years since an AFC East team finished with a better record than the Patriots.

As a huge Rajon Rondo fan, I was (correctly) worried Boston might play better without him this year.  Rondo's is the only Celtics jersey I've ever owned.  Here are my top five memories of him in Boston, and his return to the Garden as a member of the Dallas Mavericks was unbelievable.

My sports fan fashion rules for double logo-ing.

The fact that Ray Lewis is on television makes my blood boil, and I don't understand how other people accept it.

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