“The Two Bills” Does the Impossible: Humanizes Bill Belicheck

First 30 for 30 Reaction post of 2018 and we're starting off with a really good one. "The Two Bills" managed to actually humanize Bill Belicheck and in all honesty made me actually like the now head coach of the New England Patriots. Which doesn't say a lot because I didn't not like Belicheck before, … Continue reading “The Two Bills” Does the Impossible: Humanizes Bill Belicheck

“The Year of the Scab” is Exactly What a 30 for 30 Should Be

By now you guys should know that there is little I love more than a sports documentary that actually teaches me something, whether that be a history of racial tensions in Los Angeles in Part One of the Emmy Award Winning "OJ: Made in America" or the jam packed history lesson that was "The Ghosts … Continue reading “The Year of the Scab” is Exactly What a 30 for 30 Should Be

Celtics/Lakers Part One is another History Lesson through Sports

Much like the OJ: Made in America Series, the new 30 for 30 documentary 'Celtics/Lakers the Best of Enemies' offers basketball fans not only a history of the National Basketball League, but a look into the history of race relations in America. Now, I was beyond excited to watch this documentary since the introduction of … Continue reading Celtics/Lakers Part One is another History Lesson through Sports

Refuse to Lose (or how John Calipari was ‘One and Done’ before it was a Thing

ESPN's new 30 for 30 documentary focuses on John Calipari and his rise to coaching success at the University of Kentucky, success due in large part to his acceptance of the controversial One and Done rule in the National Basketball League. But Calipari's past is marred with scandals at the University of Massachusetts and the … Continue reading Refuse to Lose (or how John Calipari was ‘One and Done’ before it was a Thing