Since becoming a TV personality in 2000, Basketball Hall of Famer and current NBA on TNT analyst Charles Barkley has never been afraid to speak his mind.
Over the course of the pandemic, droves of COVID-19 denialists have found every reason to break the rules. From anti-mask protests to vaccine skepticism, rallying Americans to comply with COVID-19 guidelines has not been easy.
I had no idea what I was getting myself into when I relented to going to the gym with a friend last September — lifting weights, running on the treadmill and doing crunches and pull-ups was not my definition of fun.
Many of our childhood memories are filled with nostalgia-packed episodes of our favorite cartoons. And we mainly found them in one place: cable TV. But times have changed.
Prioritizing our physical health over our mental health isn’t doing us or anyone else a service. If anything, it is reckless and irresponsible.
For weeks, players were told to expect five days of rest in lieu of the usual All-Star weekend, as a result of the pandemic and safety concerns surrounding gatherings like the ASG. But then, seemingly out of nowhere, the league switched its stance.
Four weeks ago, I sat down in front of my laptop to write this column.
This year was The Year. Sure, every year is The Year if you ask Bills Mafia, but this year was The Year. The Bills, who hadn’t made it beyond the wild card round since 1995, were finally on the brink of going to the Super Bowl!