Josh Peters

Here we are again. Another NBA Finals, another Miami Heat-San Antonio Spurs matchup. For the Heat, it’s their fourth straight trip to the Finals, where they’ll be gunning for the coveted three-peat. The likes of which hasn’t transpired since the early 2000’s when Kobe and Shaq were still teammates. For the Spurs, this is their […]

  Greg Dalgetty

“Choose the form of the Destructor!” So spake Gozer the Gozerian during the climactic scene of Ghostbusters. The Ghostbusters found themselves atop Dana Barrett’s apartment building, prepared for an epic battle with supernatural forces, and poor Ray Stantz couldn’t help himself. He was only thinking of the most innocuous memory from his childhood—the Stay Puft […]

  Greg Dalgetty

Well, the Miami Heat are going back to the NBA Finals. It feels like 1998 all over again, doesn’t it? Ah, 1998. I remember it like I remember losing my virginity. But 1998 lasted a lot longer and it was far more satisfying. I turned fourteen in 1998. I was one of about five kids […]

  Eric DePriester

In the days between Game 6 and 7, I dreamed of the article I’d write after the Spurs won. Championing coherent role players, fluid ball movement, and hard nosed defense, another ring for Gregg Popovich, Tim Duncan, and the rest of the silver and black would cement their legacy as the only true post-Millennium dynasty […]