Hello everybody, it’s Matt again, chronicling my journey to (hopefully) becoming a basketball coach. Many times, “We’re not looking for… Read more More than a ‘Graphics Guy’: Providing Tangible Works to Fight Industry Perception
Being away from college basketball full-time for a year really gives you a lot of time to look at the… Read more The Six Types of Basketball Coaches You’ll Find on Twitter
My dog isn’t a “good dog” in the traditional sense. He never listens unless you have a treat. He barks… Read more I Hope Dogs Go to Heaven
Indiana Pacers forward/center Domantas Sabonis stormed out of the gate for the 2017-18 NBA season. After a forgettable rookie season… Read more Domantas Sabonis and the Pick and Roll
So, it’s basketball season. Teams at the high school, college, and pro levels all across the nation are practicing, getting… Read more Life After Basketball: Or, the Road Back
The Golden State Warriors are potentially the best team in NBA history. How did they become so good? It took skill, patience, and a whole lot of luck.
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At first glance, JJ Eftink appears to be the average American twenty-something. He works a steady 9 to 5 job.… Read more An American Dream: The JJ Eftink Story
Ole Miss Campus Recreation and the Turner Center are in the middle of intramural basketball season, a popular event… Read more Intramural Basketball Heats Up
I wrote a review of the 1985 film “My Life as a Dog,” as well as a Lasse Hallström retrospective… Read more The Daily Mississippian: “My Life As a Dog Review”