LeBron’s Move to LA Not Based on Winning

Let’s face it y’all, LeBron James becoming a Los Angeles Laker is not going to help him win another championship this season.  Hell, it won’t even help him get to the NBA Finals. That’s because the way his new team is currently constructed, LeBron and the Lakers aren’t beating the Golden State Warriors.  They aren’t…

Donovan Mitchell Is My ROY

I get why Ben Simmons was named 2017-2018 NBA Rookie of the Year. Simmons was part of what was perhaps the biggest success stories of the NBA last season.  He and Joel Embiid led the Philadelphia 76ers to over 50 wins and a 3-seed in the NBA Playoffs.  He led all rookies in rebounding and…

You Done Messed Up, San Antonio

I’m sure y’all are as intrigued over the Kawhi Leonard-San Antonio Spurs brouhaha as much as I am. I mean, you have a team’s best player at odds with the best coach in the game and a first class organization, over what? Pride? Sensitivity? Hurt feelings? Look, everyone knows how I feel about coach Gregg…

Happy Father’s Day!

We at “The Klown Times” would like to wish the dads out there a happy Father’s Day. Kids, make sure y’all treat your dads right and keep those cool gifts coming. Moms, be sure to get the big piece of chicken at dinner…

If LeBron Wants to Win Titles, Go to the Spurs (or Celtics)

The “Summer of LeBron” is upon us, and everyone and their mamas have opinions on where he should take his talents next season. A lot of cats think he should sign with the Houston Rockets. Many more think he will be a Los Angeles Laker. The Sixers look tantalizing. A vocal few think he should…

Terrell Owens’ HOF Decision: Disappointing, but not Surprising

I was following the “Terrell Owens not going to the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony” story from afar in Las Vegas (by the way, for those of you who haven’t been, you’re missing out – BIG time). Now that I am back home, I’ve got a few things to say about this. I…

I Feel for LeBron (and JR Smith Needs His Ass Kicked)

For being the best basketball player in the world, LeBron James’ life ain’t all that easy. In Game One of the NBA Finals, he scored 51 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists on 19 of 32 shooting, and had a chance to win the game at the end of regulation. Unfortunately, JR Smith happened —…