Since his conversation with Charlie Pierce last week, Bill Littlefield has been thinking about which athletes he’d most like to have met.
“He was, in some respects, a walking — sometimes a dancing — contradiction,” Bill Littlefield writes of the late boxer.
Elissa Ely was recently reminded that maintaining an active lifestyle will help you when it matters most…in line for the bathroom.
Like millions of other people, Bill Littlefield has been watching the NBA postseason. He doesn’t know whether the Warriors or the Cavaliers will emerge victorious…but he’s pretty sure what he’ll remember about the Finals, and why.
Baylor University football players stood by their former coach this week, after he was fired for his part in ignoring and covering up crimes against women. Bill Littlefield offers a potential solution for a problem that reaches far beyond Baylor.
After golfer Phil Mickelson was named in an insider trading lawsuit, Bill Littlefield was reminded that it can be good to be a famous athlete.
Even before the San Antonio Spurs were bounced out of the playoffs by the Oklahoma City Thunder, there was speculation about whether Spurs veteran Tim Duncan would retire. Bill Littlefield offers the potential retiree some advice.
There’s nothing better than watching winning teams dominate in a way you never thought possible. Unless, maybe, it’s even more compelling to follow the worst of the worst. Commentator Mike Pesca explains why he’s so captivated by the sports world’s best — and worst — teams.
We don’t know yet which teams will reach the NBA Finals in June. But Bill Littlefield knows which teams he hopes will find their way there.
Leicester City is assured of finishing first in England’s top soccer league. Bill Littlefield is among the surprised and delighted.