Your Daily Shot of Isiah Thomas Schadenfreude
You can make a living from focus groups—if you tell them what they want to hear.
Will Leitch decides: booze or Bluths?
PR agent to the loathed.
Can we all stop pretending that the Steinbrenner sons are even slightly interesting?
How to keep the crowd on your side.
The greatest baseball player in the world is about to lead the game’s most storied franchise to its thirteenth consecutive October in the playoffs. And then he might leave town. Inside A-Rod’s Endgame.
Joe Torre wasn’t summarily sacked, because The Boss’s whims no longer run the Bronx.
Why Rocket hearings didn’t take off.
Mike D’Antoni won’t make the Knicks win, not right away. And that’s okay.
Why we love an old-fashioned manager deathwatch.
How the NBA gives credence to Donaghy’s crazy charges.
The highs and lows of the Mets’ Minaya era.
The (likely temporary) Mets manager respects his forebears.
Does A-Rod even know the extent to which he’s being used, and does it even matter?
Why carry the torch just for Americans? A special-interest fan’s guide to athletes to watch.
Brett Favre is supposed to bring the Jets stability. But mostly he just shows how all-over-the-place the team has been.
The Jets’ new quarterback is not just a football player; he’s a cultural icon, a major celebrity. But he’s not going to make us forget Joe Namath.
New stadiums are going to cost you.