Are The Next Gen Consoles Being Over Hyped? I Think So | Podcast #xbox #PS5

This is just a video of me speaking my mind on next generation. While I still plan on upgrading my Xbox console at some point, I might even have both at some point, I just feel that there’s no urgency on upgrading right now. Xbox offers more value for their console over the PS5 atContinue reading “Are The Next Gen Consoles Being Over Hyped? I Think So | Podcast #xbox #PS5”

PODCAST: Talking With ChewOnSports On EA Sports & the direction of their games, Movies & Playoffs

Spoke with ChewOnSports Saturday morning on a variety of topics including EA Sports games (NBA Live, Madden & NHL) along with sports, playoff predictions. It’s two hours long but it should be a good listen, especially if you want to know my thoughts on certain subject. This is my first real podcast I’ve done withContinue reading “PODCAST: Talking With ChewOnSports On EA Sports & the direction of their games, Movies & Playoffs”

NBA LIVE 18: Some Ideas for Improving Game Play

Tone down the rebound dunks I’ve adjusted the sliders and it seemed to tone it down Free throw Window MAY be too short I think you can reduce the speed of the shot meter for better shooters Torpedo standing dunk Seems to be unstoppable There’s no gather before it which makes it annoying It getsContinue reading “NBA LIVE 18: Some Ideas for Improving Game Play”

Perspective: Fans Shouldn’t Care Where Stars Go

(Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) Whenever a superstar or a franchise star decides to leaves the team he’s been playing for a long time, he gets looked as a traitor, sell out, weak-minded, and a lot of other bad names fans can come up with. In reality, why should it matter where players want to go? Why is itContinue reading “Perspective: Fans Shouldn’t Care Where Stars Go”

Perspective: Why The NHL isn’t Mainstream

PERSPECTIVE: I know, I’m supposed to talk basketball on this blog, but I just read an article about the 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs ratings being low for the first time in 11 years. While there has been a lot of great games in this year’s NHL playoffs, I guess people aren’t flocking to their televisionContinue reading “Perspective: Why The NHL isn’t Mainstream”

FANDOM: Rooting For The Home Team Isn’t Mandatory

During the first round of the playoffs when the Toronto Raptors were facing off against the Indiana Pacers, most people that know I’m a Pacers would ask me, who are you rooting for? I would tell them the Pacers, with no hesitation. I knew the stakes living in the GTA, and the pressure on the RaptorsContinue reading “FANDOM: Rooting For The Home Team Isn’t Mandatory”

Favorite Kobe Bryant Moment

This moment right here is my favorite Kobe moment, December 2nd 2012 was the day I witnessed greatness. In a packed Air Canada Centre on a Sunday, Raptors up 92-91, game winding down in the 4th quarter. Everyone in the building knew where that ball was going, the only question was, will the Raptors forceContinue reading “Favorite Kobe Bryant Moment”

Golden State Warriors Are A Living Organism

I know it’s early in the season, but the Warriors are really showing no case of the championship hangover and I’m very excited about it. There could be many factors that could be motivating them, like the little off-season jabs coming from the Rockets and the Clippers, the doubters saying that they didn’t play anybodyContinue reading “Golden State Warriors Are A Living Organism”

NBA Addiction: League Pass Chronicles

(photo: Mantleography) Watching basketball, mainly NBA basketball has become a tradition in my personal life over the last 9 years, how did that come about? Well before my deep dive into NBA basketball I used to be a huge NHL fan. Growing up in Toronto, hockey (Maple Leafs) was the priority over every other sport,Continue reading “NBA Addiction: League Pass Chronicles”

Perspective: Remembering Vince Carter

(Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images) The first time I heard of Vince Carter, I was living in Hope Mills, North Carolina. The North Carolina Tar Heels at the time were at an all-time high because of two players, Vince Carter and Antawn Jamison. I didn’t get to see a lot of games because we didn’tContinue reading “Perspective: Remembering Vince Carter”