Recent Comments by Pabo

Randy Moss Juices in Public

new trend? what about Magic Johnson and those theaters, and what about Magic and all them hoes... now that's investment.

posted by Pabo at 12:59 PM on June 25, 2006

The French will never give up with their attack on Lance

its so simple.... you'd have to think Bonds is clean to think Lance is clean. You have to get over the idea that whatever he was given takes away from his accomplishments. It really doesn't, considering what he overcame. Just evens it out. If you're really passionate about this, it'll cloud your judgement - I couldn't care less about cycling. Vive Lance is right, thanks to countless meds, Vive Lance. To Quantify further with further Quatification (solely for the sake of quantifying) If he took something - yes What he took - hormones, tons of em. What the effects are - you can survive cancer and regain your strength. ask yourself - did he regain all of his strength after cancer?

posted by Pabo at 01:02 PM on June 24, 2006

The French will never give up with their attack on Lance

"Scooby?" - I'd love to laugh... but I don't get it. Scrappy? Fred? Thelma? - are these jokes somewhere?

posted by Pabo at 12:45 PM on June 24, 2006

The French will never give up with their attack on Lance

How am I "quantifying" that... I know you really wanted to use the word "quantifying"... I'm not, I said "probably", because cancer patients get pumped with a TON of meds... Meds, most people never encounter, numerous kinds of hormones, and that's just to SURVIVE, not win major sporting events, so I said "most probably" - sometimes reason supplants evidence that may never be found. Use your brain, cancer + treatment + ???? = Tour win? It's not wheaties I'll tell ya that Is that quantified enough for you?

posted by Pabo at 10:39 AM on June 24, 2006

The French will never give up with their attack on Lance

The dude survived Cancer, and won the Tour... over and over again... He most probably at some point received something for his treatment that was illegal for cycling, but who cares... the dude had to survive Cancer. The stuff he may have taken, only put him NEAR a level playing field..

posted by Pabo at 05:30 PM on June 23, 2006

YES! It happened!

IsIdiot Thomas

posted by Pabo at 01:29 PM on June 22, 2006

YES! It happened!

I'm certain, this isn't sarcasm or a joke.... I AM CERTAIN that Isiash is employed by another team in the Eastern Conference. GM's who do nothing are clearly better.

posted by Pabo at 01:24 PM on June 22, 2006

USA World Cup

Anyone know how they got ranked 5th in the world by FIFA?

posted by Pabo at 05:35 AM on June 13, 2006

Mavs win! Mavs win!

I just did an analysis on teams with a Shaq... they're good in the finals too. Miami has 1 Shaq and Dallas doesn't have any Shaqs! I thought dirk should have been the mvp, but still, noone here takin the heat? Shaq is looking young again, and he doesn't have to save anything for after this series. Thats a big fat light at the end of the tunnel for him conditioning wise. he's goin all out. and oh yea... WHOS GONNA GUARD SHAQ?

posted by Pabo at 03:54 PM on June 08, 2006

Bill Walton flies coach

It's dedication and perserverance that ultimately reward any big man. To battle it out in the trenches, you have to be ready to go war! You can't expect to be given anything, you have to earn it. Frankly, the people in 1st Class just havn't shown up tonight, and it's disgraceful, a laughing stock, this is the playoffs not a wine tasting. I'm embarrased and ashamed. No one can pull of a Bill Walton rant like Bill Walton. He's the William Shakepeare of barely coherent passionate hoops rambling. I used to hate it, but like a bad tasting medicine that's addictive, I've become hooked despite the flavor.

posted by Pabo at 02:22 PM on May 30, 2006

8.8%? I like those odds!

Possibly the worst year to pick 1st, especially for the Raptors. I'd seriously consider trading it for someone already in the league, a 1 or 2, as mike james can play with either. Do that and sign one other guy, and the team suddenly looks good.

posted by Pabo at 02:34 PM on May 24, 2006

Ex-girlfriend accuses Tigers' Young of choking her

whats wrong with it?

posted by Pabo at 06:37 AM on May 20, 2006

Brown's Dream Job With Knicks Could Be History

Larry is a great coach, but he had a slim chance when he came, and it's only gotten worse. Much worse. Isiah needs to go. To create that mess of a roster, you'd have to be trying to. There's no other way. Maybe they both still work for Detroit? Seriously, how can any sensible man make the deals he's made? What an idiot. The roster is wrecked beyond repair. It will take years to fix.

posted by Pabo at 11:01 AM on May 15, 2006

Francis shot and killed in Baton Rouge

asking what he was doing could also be viewed as a sympathetc inquiry, the answer could lead to some kind of justice. people are killed for no reason, but you don't assume they are until you know. it was kust a question, with the crime in mind. give the guy a break...

posted by Pabo at 12:57 PM on May 14, 2006

Adelman out in Sacramento after eight seasons

right on... except there's the chance the kings don't make the playoffs (they're good, but the west won't be a picnic next year) and then the management would look stupid.

posted by Pabo at 12:24 PM on May 10, 2006

Adelman out in Sacramento after eight seasons

Lumbergh... you said it all just right in one sentence. Unlike me, I usually say a lot and get at least half of it wrong. he had a good team, and he got good results. simple.

posted by Pabo at 12:05 PM on May 10, 2006

RACE for the mvp

i think nash is great, but what the coach/gm did/are doing for the suns is much greater. i say dirk/lebron and kobe in a 3 way tie is about as fair as it could get. and race card? well yea (NOT), considering they just gave avery johnson the coach of the year, when d'antoni did another astonishing job. Avery did amazing too, and they wanted one man. Can't say thats a bad choice... MVP/Coach.... it's one-one for those foolish enough to keep score, and someone pulls the race card!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

posted by Pabo at 04:26 PM on April 27, 2006

Nash again, allegedly.

Of course, he took a team that didn't have any great players and took them to the playoffs unlike LeBron James and Kobe Bryant with all the superstars that surround them. this comment was so foolish i swore it was sarcasm.... it is right?

posted by Pabo at 05:53 AM on April 27, 2006

Coach of The Year

johnson, d'antoni, dunleavy... these 3 could share it, no argument against them i can think of. saunders did a great job, but coaching an all-star team makes it a little easier for him than it was for the other guys.

posted by Pabo at 04:27 PM on April 25, 2006

James Excels in First Playoff Start for the Cavs

dont forget marshall and gooden, together they make a real good power forward with 12 fouls to give.

posted by Pabo at 05:53 AM on April 24, 2006 The Business Of Baseball

i believe his point was that picking who will be the top teams in baseball is a lot easier than choosing the top teams in football. how can you disagree with that? the sox, the sox, the yanks, the cards, the braves... its a lock. yes you could choose five nfl teams, get 3-5 of em right....but how many playoff spots are left? 1 vs. 7 i think... all those mlb teams fighting for one spot really, just to have a chance. all those nfl teams fighting for 6-7 spots....isnt that a more realistic chance? part of it is simply 16 games vs. 162, a lot more can go wrong, and cant be corrected in that short season, but guys and gals... u must realize that football gives more teams a chance... a fact that glows like burnin coal... get a cap. forget management, even before that, all things should be even. management has nothing to do with a salary cap being good or bad. hiring good management should be rewarded, but when they have different budgets how can they be compared. give me your shining examples against this, they are against the trend, the average. get a cap before its the yankees vs. the National League and Bud calls it a tie.

posted by Pabo at 04:12 PM on April 21, 2006

'A lot of us," Ripken joked, "had a bad week that day.'"

You can never have too many mugs, but you traded your friend? Isn't that illegal?

posted by Pabo at 02:44 PM on April 18, 2006

Your 2006 NBA MVP is?

if you talk about wins, and who's around you it has to be Dirk. This from a huge Lebron fan...

posted by Pabo at 05:58 AM on April 13, 2006

Mickelson makes it look easy at the Masters

Man..... I had only read the comments. I just watched the video clip (thanks) and its worse than I thought. The chastising, angry tone. The immaturity and arrogance, patting the reporter on the back, yet leaving before the interview was finished. Running away because he knew he was about to say something even worse. Pathetic.

posted by Pabo at 06:20 PM on April 10, 2006

Mickelson makes it look easy at the Masters

That Fuzzy comment was brutal, in so many ways. Some article lamenting the shite it caused him, coloring him the funny guy, doesnt escuse it. The Black club staffers laughed...of course they did, its a country club, and they cater to their guests. Remember, this is a game, a course, which has excluded Blacks. The dude is surrounded by hundreds of white folk...of course someone would eventually slip, and take all the heat. It just happened to be Fuzzy. Maybe he didn't deserve all the heat, as he probably wasnt the only one thinking it, and as discrimination and golf went (go?) hand in hand, but he said it. It was brutal. And oh yea... i know alcoholics. He was one the article suggests. After a stressful time, when they can't drink. Shots can down in a hurry. The minutes don't matter. I've seen guys get a buzz on in minutes. But I ask myself, what does if he drank have anything to do with it? It was brutal. It started brutal, and then he added more. Then again, he added even more. BRUTAL.

posted by Pabo at 06:12 PM on April 10, 2006

Redick tops Morrison for AP player of year

they both cried. should have been a tie.

posted by Pabo at 02:42 PM on March 31, 2006

The NBA has a problem

favorite player... who i think is the most talented i guess... but ya gotta love Bosh. off-topic...sorry.

posted by Pabo at 04:30 PM on March 09, 2006

The NBA has a problem

did anyone mention travelling? my favorite player, lebron, travels every game and i've seen it called maybe twice. One time I watched him dribble, pick up, right foot, left foot, AND THEN, jump to a 2 foot stop, and lay it in. Iverson's hand is glued under the ball. I watched, i beleive it was anthony johnson, catch the ball, right in front of the ref, pivot on his left, then his right heel, then his right toe. then he hopped back with both and dribbled. They're totally ignoring footwork by the guards but if shaq takes so much as 2.1 steps.... TWEET! and speaking of shaq, did anyone see him elbow that guy in the face, shoot on him, and then land on him....while the victim got called for his 6th. sick.

posted by Pabo at 04:29 PM on March 09, 2006

Bryan Colangelo hired as GM of the Toronto Raptors

Great move by the Raps, but I don't think were gonna get a Steve Nash. Maybe he can get Marburied again, and trade his ass...again.

posted by Pabo at 11:00 AM on March 01, 2006

Racism in Europe once again rears its ugly head

Idiots. Unfortunately they can't be ignored. They should be fined, briefly incarcerated, and banned from attending any sporting or entertainment venue in the country where it occurred, the home country of the victim. And they should also be banned from attending the sport in general. Scream monkey at your TV, that's all you got.

posted by Pabo at 02:00 PM on February 26, 2006

So his coach offers support? Buy him a jockstrap.

That's funny. Either that or you have to pay them a huge pile of money. Ricky wasn't getting that anymore, so maybe he said "#$@% it"... or maybe he said "#$@% it.......(cough cough).... ere" I think it shouldn't be banned, but it is, and you should be smart enough to know it isnt worth losing an NFL career. Even his few backers must be thinking he's a moron now. "nothing wrong with weed" Well, it does fill your lungs with crap. Man, last night was great, but I can barely breathe right now.

posted by Pabo at 01:50 PM on February 26, 2006

The Olympics We Missed

I don't really think any network would have done better I watched some NBC but mostly CBC up north here... CBC did a great job, NBC seems to focus on hype as if it the Games are a boxing match. Not covering the Games in prime-time, evenings, is a shame I think. Do people really have more interest in Raymond or whatever the hit is now than the Olympic Games? If so, maybe that's the shame and than you can't totally blame the network, but they have to drop the hype, the games provide enough entertainment without hours of that Bode Miller crap. We're fortunate up here to have less money involved, so the focus is solely on the Games. Can't NBC make a little less money for a few weeks? Give the viewers more memories, and less might find they like that. Maybe a Biathalon/Survivor hybrid would hold the viewer's attention. Shorttrack Big Brother, or Everybody Loves Curling perhaps?

posted by Pabo at 02:05 PM on February 25, 2006

Steve Francis. Knick?

Is there any nickname in pro sports less appropriate than "Stevie Franchise?" How about "Zeke" because I have no idea what it means, and he might be ruining the Knicks. It's just gotten plain confusing what he's doing, so I have to give him the "probably".

posted by Pabo at 08:21 AM on February 24, 2006

Culpepper and Brees likely to become free agents

Wouldn't keeping Daunte right now make sense? He's a questionable talent in that he has looked great, he's big, strong, and fast, but he's also had a really bad year supporting the "Randy made him look good" theory, and he got hurt pretty bad too. Sell high, buy low right? He's loooooow right now. Build up his value, then trade him. Re: the other FA's this year...Is it just me, or is everyone going to Chicago?

posted by Pabo at 11:47 AM on February 22, 2006

NFL Combine Kicks Off Today!

My mistake...I wouldn't have suggested the Lions trade down if I knew they were 9th. Man, how did 8 teams "beat" the Lions? I think they must have given it their all.

posted by Pabo at 11:38 AM on February 22, 2006

NFL Combine Kicks Off Today!

Detroit's in an interesting situation. You'd think they have all they need at the skill positions because of how they drafted...then you realize one of those guys is Joey Harrington. I still really like the wr's, kevin jones is good enough for sure. They should play it smart, keep it simple... O-Line or down a few spots might be best.

posted by Pabo at 11:22 AM on February 22, 2006

NFL Combine Kicks Off Today!

Sweet, love the combine... I usually make a few players for madden before the new one comes out, based partly on the combine. Any idea which site posts the results first?

posted by Pabo at 11:15 AM on February 22, 2006