I don’t know if Bioshock Infinite is technically perfect, or if its art design and scriptwriting and code are flawless, but I can’t think of a work of fiction that I’ve finished that has produced a greater sense of satisfaction and completion.
The balls are drawn and the groups are set. We profile this season’s UEFA Champions League
For one very good basketball player, today is their last day of not playing for the New York Knicks. We don’t yet know who, but we know they will suffer immensely.
The cavalry have come for FIFA at last and, with them, the first hope in years that the rot that runs so deep through global soccer might be cleansed.
Real Madrid’s decision to fire Carlo Ancelotti is consistent with twelve years of the Perez presidency, yet still defies belief and logic
The Houston Rockets have been an enemy of basketball and fun for 82 games. Watching it blow up in their faces in Game 4 was glorious.
Parma FC’s imminent demise is tragic, and should serve as a warning to the risks of modern football ownership