/ Jan 14, 2012 / 3:00 pm
We knew this would happen. Despite concerns that he was too old or too beat up to still compete at his usual level, Kobe Bryant has once again shoved monster game after monster game in all of our doubting faces this season. Dude’s been bananas lately.
So, it’s only natural with as much success as Kobe’s had during his career that a likely progression would be to share his secrets to success with others. Other successful people that is. Enter the #KobeSystem. Read More »
The KobeSystem is where the successful find more success. But you don’t have to listen to me, though. Just take the word of some of the world’s most successful people including Aziz Ansari, Jerry Rice, Landon Donovan, Leehom Wang, Paul Rodriguez, Hope Solo, Richard Branson, Serena Williams, Tony Robbins, and Kanye West. Read More »
/ Jun 24, 2010 / 12:24 am
Later on tonight, 60 ballplayers will live out a dream moment, while at least 60 more will feel the sting of getting pretty close to the dream but falling short. (Before re-focusing on making it the hard way.) That would be the NBA Draft, and as we get closer to the festivities at Madison Square Garden, the trade rumors and high-stock/low-stock speculation is running rampant … For the longest time it seemed the Nets were clearly taking either Derrick Favors or DeMarcus Cousins at No. 3, but yesterday Wes Johnson suddenly entered the picture: On one hand because he’s been killing in workouts, and because there may be a little handshake deal in place where if the Nets take Johnson, his agent will deliver them Carlos Boozer in free agency. Read More »
/ Jun 11, 2010 / 9:30 am
With the World Cup now upon us, and the FIBA World Basketball Championship right around the corner this summer, I decided to compare the national soccer and basketball teams of some of the planet’s powerhouses: Brazil, Germany, France, Argentina, Spain, England/Great Britain and the USA. How does each country’s team stack up in terms of recent success, individual stars, and world ranking? Read More »