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Category Archives: Games of the Week
As is the tradition of The Diss, the final Games of the Week of the year is written yearbook-style, and bids farewell to my three favorite teams who didn’t quite get over the hump this season. These teams are bathed … Continue reading
It is a Diss tradition to dedicate the second of the last Games of the Week to the teams that I didn’t bother to watch this year, simply because they were too bad, too tankish, too uninspiring, too dramatic, too … Continue reading
Opening Day for baseball. To those who were just biding time with the NBA until the National Pastime started up, I hope you enjoy your summer-long nap. We’ll wake you up when the NBA Finals start. Monday: Milwaukee Bucks at … Continue reading
Can you keep a secret? I’ve been watching the NCAA tournament. Don’t tell anyone. Monday: Indiana Pacers at Chicago Bulls (4:00 PM PST on League Pass) Not gonna lie: I’m enjoying this end-of-season Pacers swoon. And yes, 5-5 in your … Continue reading
I haven’t filled out a bracket in years, so don’t even ask. Tuesday: Miami Heat at Cleveland Cavaliers (4:00 PM PST on League Pass) It’s the first week of so-called March Madness, which means the NBA unloads all of it’s … Continue reading
The only Oscar-related thing I know. Monday: Chicago Bulls at Brooklyn Nets (4:30 PM PST on NBA TV) Last year’s Bulls-Nets series was the seven game series that no one wanted. Can you blame the casual fan, perhaps tuning in … Continue reading
Warriors tickets are getting expensive. I need that refund bad. Monday: Milwaukee Bucks at Philadelphia 76ers (4:00 PM on League Pass) You know this is gonna be a close game. You just know it. Two full-fledged tank jobs, newly depleted … Continue reading