Category Archives: Off Topics

Top NBA Apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch

While waiting for Atlanta and Miami to finish their business, and watching the never ending Chicago-Celtics games, I thought this is a good time to stop at the Apple App store in iTunes and see what type of basketball related

Dan Gilbert gets rowdy in a Bar Mitzvah

In a Bar Mitzvah event that took place last Saturday, it’s being reported that Dan Gilbert got into a minor physical altercation with his former Rock Financial employee David Hall. “There have been rumors, since Hall’s abrupt departure from Rock

Game Winning Shots, Kobe or Lebron

How many times did we hear that when the game is on the line, who would you want on your team to take that last second shot? And often Bryant gets credit for his clutch play. But a new report

Big Apple Zoom LeBron VI Coming to the Big Apple

If you are wondering how big and how much money Lebron, NBA, and Nike could make if Lebron decide to sign for the Knicks in 2010, then take a look at these special shoes Nike made for Lebron just for

ESPN Predictions: Cavaliers vs Lakers in NBA Finals

Hollinger playoffs odds for the 2008-09 season picks the Cavaliers as the favorite to win the East by 56%. The Hollinger Power Rankings are a computer measure of each team’s performance in the season so far. “The idea is to

Mark Cuban is charged with insider trading

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has been charged by the SEC for insider trading according to the Wall Street Journal. Mr Cuban allegedly sold his entire stake in Mamma.com, an Internet search engine, upon learning it was raising money in

From shoes to suits, Joseph Abboud to suit up coaches

JA Apparel Corp signed a deal with the NBA to be the coaches’ official clothier. The deal is worth more than $500,000 according to The Wall Street Journal. Unlike Nike and Adidas who provide shoes to high profile athletes, Joseph

James, Jay Z on Stage for Obama

Cavaliers’ star Lebron James and Jay Z shared the stage together at the Q in a rally to support the Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama. “Nov. 4 is the most important day of our lives,” James said. “Everybody in