Why Mark Followill is ‘proud to be associated’ with the Dallas Mavericks and why he’s excited about the Orlando NBA bubble

He’s lived his dream of being the television play-by-play voice of the Dallas Mavericks for nearly two decades, but that isn’t why Mark Followill appreciates being associated with the 2011 NBA Champions. In fact, it has nothing to do with basketball. Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has been on the forefront over the last few monthsContinue reading “Why Mark Followill is ‘proud to be associated’ with the Dallas Mavericks and why he’s excited about the Orlando NBA bubble”

Mind games: How Covid-19 Has Changed Athletes Mental Approach to Sports

Finally! We’re starting to see signs of hope when it comes to the resumption of sports around the globe. But as leagues are knocking on the door of getting back to work, how are athletes going to deal with change? Covid-19 has turned our world upside down and that includes the sports world, too. ForContinue reading “Mind games: How Covid-19 Has Changed Athletes Mental Approach to Sports”

Wednesday Morning Scattershooting: Sports Heartache During Quarantine

Starting every Wednesday I’m going to “quick hit” what’s going on in the sports scene and I’d like to begin with taking my frustrations out on whoever thought it would be a good idea to replay Game 6 of the 2011 World Series…kind of. The worldwide leader took me and Texas Rangers fans down whatContinue reading “Wednesday Morning Scattershooting: Sports Heartache During Quarantine”

The early 90’s Cowboys are on same level as Jordan’s Bulls, my conversation with Tony Casillas

Sports fans have been captivated by “The Last Dance” on ESPN over the past five weeks and while I enjoyed every minute of the documentary, another team, in another sport was on my mind the entire time. The early 90’s Dallas Cowboys. That group won Super Bowls in 1992, 1993 & 1995, plus if theyContinue reading “The early 90’s Cowboys are on same level as Jordan’s Bulls, my conversation with Tony Casillas”