Three days after the Miami Heat reveled in their 2013 NBA Championship with a parade down Biscayne Boulevard, the league shifts its focus to a new crop of players awaiting the opportunity to ride on their own celebratory floats. The 2013 NBA Draft is scheduled to be held this Thursday, June 27, at the Barclays Center … Continue reading 2013 NBA Mock Draft
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This was a good week for the Marlins. (And a good week for rookie Marcell Ozuna’s tummy.) The Fish managed their first winning road trip since May of 2012, taking four of seven games in Arizona and San Francisco, two teams locked in a heated race in the NL West. One of the players who … Continue reading Miami Marlins Monday Week 12: The Odd Outfielder Out and In-N-Out Burgers
For a fledgling author like myself, still learning to stretch my fictional wings and take published flight, the opportunity to listen and learn from a master, like a chick awaiting a morsel from a full-grown adult, was something I couldn’t pass up. Hundreds of fans flocked to Temple Judea in Coral Gables yesterday, as Mitchell … Continue reading Neil Gaiman and the Accidental Novel
This one was for the blueprint. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh conspired to horde championships three years ago, and since then, they’ve done just that. While many a pundit opined to shatter the three-star mold, Miami’s stars rose to the occasion when called upon over the last two games of these NBA Finals, … Continue reading NBA Finals: Miami Wins 2013 NBA Championship
So, my brother keeps telling me to see "This Is The End" and the TV keeps telling me to see "World War Z", but I have a tenuous relationship with the Post-Apocalypse. The End of Days is all the rage now, what with the Mayans botching their calendar and the inundation of such stories on … Continue reading The Apocalyptic Post-Apocalypse & Me
Third-string catcher Miguel Olivo bailed on the Marlins this week, leaving after batting practice before Friday night's win over the St Louis Cardinals. According to several reports, Olivo had repeatedly asked the front office for his release, but the Miami Marlins have refused to do so. The team, in turn, placed Olivo, batting .203 with … Continue reading Miami Marlins Monday Week 11: A Bail, A Bloody Glove & Bad Backs