Minor League Baseball & The Bluth Family

May 16, 2013 5 Comments

One of my most notable “downers” of recent memory came back in 2006 when the Fox Network announced that they would be cancelling the critically-acclaimed television show Arrested Development after only three seasons on the air.  For those of you who are unfamiliar with creator Mitchell Hurwitz’s sitcom, it was arguably the funniest in the […]

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The Most Intriguing Player in NBA Free Agency

Jul 03, 2012 10 Comments

Forget about Dwight Howard’s trade demands.  Don’t worry about where Deron Williams is going to end up playing.  Try not to lose sleep over Roy Hibbert being offered a max deal.  Instead, turn your attention to the most intriguing player in this year’s free agency class, JaVale McGee. For those of you who have followed […]

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2012 NBA Playoffs: Random News & Notes

May 12, 2012 5 Comments

Six first round series are in the book, and two more will be decided over the weekend.  With the Eastern Conference Semifinals set to begin to tonight (76ers vs. Celtics), as well as the first Los Angeles team trying to avoid elimination (Nuggets vs. Lakers), the NBA playoffs continue to dominate the sporting world (at […]

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2011 NBA Draft Recap

Jun 24, 2011 Comments Off on 2011 NBA Draft Recap

By Sportsgrinder  The 2011 NBA Draft certainly didn’t possess some of the upper echelon talent that we are accustom to seeing during a typical draft pool.  However, there are certainly some interesting prospects who have a chance to be stars in the leauge in the coming years.  Here are some quick thoughts from last night’s […]

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The Good, the Bad, and the Crazy Week 2

Feb 21, 2011 Comments Off on The Good, the Bad, and the Crazy Week 2

The Good Kansas State Wildcats (18-9, 6-6 Big 12) (Current RPI #29, Current SOS #13) What a difference a week makes. At this time last week, Frank Martin’s Wildcats tournament hopes were sketchy at best. Yet, thanks to senior guard Jacob Pullen’s career high 38 points against Kansas on Monday, the Wildcats were able to […]

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Build up to March Madness: “Rebels With a Cause”

Jan 22, 2011 Comments Off on Build up to March Madness: “Rebels With a Cause”

In part two of our weekly profile leading up to the start of the tournament, sports-glutton.com remembers one of the most intimidating teams of all-time; the 1989-90 UNLV Runnin’ Rebels. The Team   A young Mike Tyson use to enter the ring and stare down his opponent to the point that he knew he had […]

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