Counting today, we are officially 2 days away from regular season NFL. I know I mentioned on this month’s Letter from the Editor that we may be cutting football, but there are so many things to look forward to, aside from the general relief that football is back
Opening weekend for NBA Playoffs 2019 was explosive. Now we’re down to 8 teams, 2 weeks in, and well into the swing of things as the NBA season is swiftly coming to an end. In the West it’s looking good for Golden State and even better for
Let’s face it…the Lakers don’t exactly have a championship team this season. Despite adding LeBron James to the roster in hopes he would be the savior this young team needed, the franchise hasn’t exactly met those expectations and we have yet to witness the immediate greatness that was supposed to
We have concluded yet another All Star Weekend and it was pretty by the numbers. A lot of threes (not including the contest…shout out to Joe Harris), a general disdain for the dunk contest for a variety of reasons, and a game that didn’t get serious until the 4th quarter (I highly suggest we add a stipulation in there). With the All Star festivities behind us, it’s time to look forward to the rest of the regular season.
Coming into this season, the consensus amongst most NBA fans was that the Houston Rockets were a poorly timed Chris Paul injury and a historically bad shooting night away from the NBA Finals (and potentially a championship). There was optimism within the organization that they could build upon last season.
The Earth revolves around the sun. Meanwhile in the NBA, losses revolved around the Phoenix Suns. A team that had every intention on competing this year has been completely been over-matched in the early season. Starting the season off with a win, they have managed to win just seven more games since.
At this point, we could probably all agree that it’s easy to get Lebron fatigue. Such is the plight of the best basketball player in the world, especially when he’s involved in so many different mediums of entertainment. Normally, I would focus on my team and their development rather than focus on Lebron topics.
The most wonderful time of the year is finally upon us, just in time for The Sky Box Suite’s 2018-2019 Holiday Gift Guide for those are you who don’t exactly where to start this season. Broken up into 3 primary categories, each item is believed to at least spark an idea or provide direction when shopping for the important people in your life.
With the NBA season in full swing, it seems like an appropriate time for me come from out of the shadows and give a few thoughts and predictions after the first two weeks. There have been a few surprises so far in terms of both individual and team success. The league has also gone full throttle when it comes to offense.
This week, the big game in the AFC this week is Chiefs vs. Steelers, which will take place in Pittsburgh, PA. Kansas City has quite the roster this season, especially on the offense side. Andy Reid is quite the play maker and has built up a reputation of being a play designer; we saw that with Patrick Mahomes.
The season kicked off Thursday night at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, home opener for last year’s Super Bowl champions. This game, which was initially delayed due to inclement weather, was more of a snooze than I anticipated. It did eventually picked up in the second half.
After sitting out a year, Kawhi Leonard's health is finally cleared to join the relatively young, Toronto based franchise. There have been spiraling media speculations about whether or not going north of the border is a long-term move or not...and if it is short term, will he or will he not be joining Lebron James in Los Angeles.