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May 2, 2020

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May 2, 2020

We’re in a time where sports are virtually nonexistent. Media outlets like ESPN and Bleacher Report are reaching further for content than ever before (I don’t know how many more happy birthdays to irrelevant athletes I can handle), and leagues whose seasons have been suspended have reached back into their archives of classic games. 

Yet, it seems like baseball has hardly been missed. Most of the pining I’ve seen on social media has been directed towards the absence of the NBA Playoffs or Champions League. Hell,...

June 15, 2018

There's no doubting that both Kobe Bryant and LeBron James have some of the most dedicated Stan groups of any athlete, both living or dead. Each respective hive will defend their GOAT to no end, throwing any kind of reason or courtesy out the window along the way. That being said — whose Stans are worse? We take a deep dive into the annals of social media to settle the debate once and for all. 

Büsh: I want to start this out by saying that I am a huge Kobe guy. I wouldn't go so far as to call myself a Stan, as I...

December 9, 2017

A few weeks ago, Hall of Fame second baseman and notoriously bad color commentator Joe Morgan wrote a letter to Hall of Fame voters begging them not to vote for players linked to performance enhancing drugs. He called these players cheaters and said they had no place in the sacred and prestigious Hall that he had worked so hard to enter. If they were to join the ranks of the womanizers, racists, and cheaters in Cooperstown, it would taint its pristine nature. 

Joe Morgan was a great baseball player and he h...

June 1, 2017

We at the Lampin' Blog preview this year's highly anticipated NBA Finals. LeBron and KD going at it as the two best players in the NBA. This should be good.

April 20, 2017

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There truly is no better sport to watch or play than basketball (this coming from a lifelong baseball player). While there definitely are lulls in the long 82-game season, the intensity of the playoffs is truly magical to watch, although the first round needs revert back to a best-of-five format. 

The every-possession-is-monumental atmosphere of a playoff basketball game puts it above every other sport, including my beloved baseball. The only other sport I've heard people rave...

December 13, 2016

We conclude our two-part roasting of our least favorite basketball players on our favorite respective teams with Nev's least favorite Warriors. 


 

I’d like to first make abundantly clear that I do not very much like admitting that I am a Warriors fan, but I feel obligated to root for my hometown team that has the ability to amaze me on any given night. As a Warriors fan living in the LA area during the Dubs’ meteoric rise, I was often forced to listen to the adversarial claims of salty Laker fans and affronted C...

December 10, 2016

*Disclaimer: These probably aren't the worst Lakers of all time, but they are definitely my least favorite.


 

LA sports fans are stereotyped as fickle bandwagoners that are not as knowledgeable as fans from the east coast or midwest. This may be somewhat true, and a lot of that has to do with the laid back mentality many Californians, specifically Angelenos, possess. 

However, when it comes to the Lakers, LA doesn't fuck around. Ask my mom, who tore her ACL while celebrating a last-minute play...

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