By Jan-Michael Jordan on May 20, 2013
Anxiety blankets his ghostly face. He gasps for air after another marathon point. Guillermo Coria was known as a clay court specialist and if he was going to win any Grand Slam tournament, it was going to be the French Open. His best chance was in 2004 when he was up two sets to none against world #44 ranked Gaston Gaudio. Gaudio was another clay court specialist, but a poor man's Coria by anyone's evaluation...[READ MORE]
By Chris Haddad on May 13, 2013
NY Jets GM John Idzik has done an admirable job trying to correct the bungling of the winter that was the Jets' offseason. Shedding cap space was necessary but it also left the team with a highly shallow roster. One area that he has focused on has been QB (certainly not WR). Hailing from Seattle, he's adopted the Seahawks' strategy of bringing in a veteran (Seneca Wallace in SEA, David Garrard on NYJ) to 'compete' with the favored starter (Flynn, Sanchez) and the mobile rookie (Wilson, Smith). The issue of course is that there is a huge talent disparity in the quality of arms in Seattle and on the Jets, but Sanchez and Garrard can be released next year without creating dead monkey. Idzik has also beefed up the OL (3rd round pick OG Brian Winters is an absolute mauler) and acquired a fast, athletic, power running back in the Marshawn Lynch mold (Chris Ivory). I think the Jets are slowly rebuilding towards the better. Hopefully Rex is the first guy cut after the season so Idzik can bring in his own hire... [READ MORE]
By Jan-Michael Jordan on May 6, 2013
Did you know Miami has won 41 of their last 42 (yeah, I counted one at a time) games LeBron James has played? Did you know that Miami is really good? Yesterday, LeBron won his 4th MVP trophy joining the likes of Kareem, Michael, Bill, and Wilt, as the only players to win 4. He was also a "decision" away from winning 5 straight. And apparently someone put Carmelo Anthony on their ballot as their MVP selection, giving LeBron 120 of 121 first place votes. This is as ridiculous as Shaquille O'Neal not winning the unanimous selection in 2000, but not as ridiculous as someone not voting Michael Jordan in on the ballot to the Hall of Fame the first year he was eligible. Bottom line here is that LeBron is like the train from the movie Unstoppable. He's unstoppable. It seems everyone has forgotten about "The Decision" now that he is approaching MJ-like dominance, as he makes history before our HD TVs. We'll see who is the first team to really push Miami, I think Chicago poses a threat if they were fully healthy, but outside of a hostile road game in the Windy City I don't see this series getting out of Miami's control... [READ MORE]
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