We’re nearly halfway through March, which means March Madness is upon us. The annual Division I NCAA Tournament is rivaled only by the Superbowl for transcending sports (and sports fans) and becoming an American cultural event relevant to even usual non-fans. Certainly every sports fan has their favorite moments, opinions, or memories of what the NCAA Tournament […]
The basketball season is underway, and if you’re wanting to get out and take in some action on the hardwood this winter, you won’t have to leave Shawnee County!
As football season ends and basketball season approaches, many fans head out to games in unfamiliar towns to cheer on their team. This blog will explain the Big 12 mascots as well as traditions you will want to experience!
Think you know your sports? Come out on Friday Night, July 22 from 6:00-8:30 and prove it at our sports trivia competition!
Dirk Nowitzki just got his first ring by leading the Dallas Mavericks to their first NBA Championship. But where does he rank on the all-time list of power forwards?
HUSH – Listen to a conversational podcast (45:00) from Thad and Lissa about great Sports Non-Fiction books, Book Group in a Bag, and Trivia Night. Plus, subscribe to HUSH via iTunes.
Dave and Nate discuss the book, “Cinderella: Inside the Rise of Mid-Major College Basketball” by Michael Litos which follows the 2005-06 college basketball season in the Colonial Athletic Association, including the improbable run of George Mason to the Final Four.
Nate: Today we’re talking about the book “When the Game Was Ours” by Magic Johnson & Larry Bird with Jackie MacMullen. I’ll start off by saying that one of the things that stood out to me the most in this book was the dynamic between Bird and Magic, how competitive they were with one another, […]