As I look back on the storied life of Kobe Bryant, I’m inspired more by an author of his own script than a player of the global stage.
Posts Tagged: basketball
Sometimes it’s best to stop talking.
Dean Smith, former head basketball coach of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) died on February 7, 2015. In his 36 year coaching career, he won 876 games which was an NCAA Division I record at the time. A member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, he coached UNC-CH to 2 nationalRead… Read more »
If you’ve worked IT in the Pentagon or for the military network, in general, you won’t be surprised to hear that security professionals are bracing themselves for one of the biggest national security paradigms they’ll face all year – March Madness. Bandwidth – or lack of it – has long been a concern in theRead… Read more »
This is my absolute favorite time of year. NCAA Basketball Tourney Time! So much energy and possibilities; any team can win on any give day. Being a HUGE University of Kentucky (UK) Wildcats fan, though, makes it really hard for me to objectively pick winners in the tournament pool I run every year. And thisRead… Read more »
The other day I noticed a tweet with a link to a video posted by a professional news organization, Delaware Online, edited in a way to make it seem that the Delaware DOT was illegally or improperly stealing some guy’s basketball pole. Unfortunately not only did this news agency take this angle, but the majorityRead… Read more »