you’re gonna get a bunch of 90s trip-hop fans with your little blog about Portis head hits
“I mean, it was never really there anyway, but okay.”
Enes Kanter will probably be the starting center for at least a while and he defensds like peak Eddy Curry.
with hard work and the right attitude I don’t see why not
I hope Carmelo Anthony drops 76 points on them in his home opener.
Nadal’s short transformation from the start of his career to now is truly something to behold. He’s gone from 15" inseam to 4"
He doesn’t need to learn how to slice he can just do this
Beep, borp, hello fellow hooman.
Good god what could be better than a match featuring these two. Even tennis haters would watch for the effortless, beautiful shot-making and inevitable meltdown(s). A sports psychologist’s nightmare - two million dollar talents with 10 cent heads.
These actions are ridiculous. I feel like a nymphomaniac is also a nun.
Oh, Nick. I still don’t totally know what to make of him. I don’t think he’s just an entitled asshole like a lot of people seem to, and part of me wonders if he might be dealing with some deeper issues, and would benefit from some regular, longterm therapy.
On the other hand, at some point these kind of antics need to…
Comparing McEnroe to Kyrgios is an insult to McEnroe.
The ease of his speed/explosiveness actually does drive home that some of our favorites are getting older. Same with Tiafoe and, to a lesser extent Zeverev and Kyrgois (just because they are so tall that their movement is deceptive).
What a roller coaster. Nick is very good/talented, but very exhausting to watch and follow.
ATP fines KYRGIOS!
I hate to say it, but I think Mr. Dotard has better form than Fultz, with a nice wrist snap and backspin on the release actually.
Somehow, people think a rookie PG who can’t shoot, an Australian red-shirt rookie who also can’t shoot, a giant man who averages less than 11 games a season, a gritlord who might be a poor man’s Delladova, and a lottery big absolutely nobody wants can make the playoffs. And because the East is really this bad, they…
I’m extremely wary of the Asian swing in wake of the widespread match-fixing revelations and the often-bizarre results that come out of this part of the calendar.
An essential question, here: do the brutal isolation and repetitive grind of tennis simply *attract* fractured headcases like Fognini, or does the sport actively *create* them by its nature? Because it sure seems like the tour currently has a bunch of flighty, sometimes villainous weirdos in it.
I, too, store loose cocaine in my pocket, along with assorted multivitamins.