Welcome to my new blog. This page will be dedicated to mainly sports. I want to stay away from the political stuff for a little bit. With the climate of what is going on, I thought it would be a good time to get away from all that ugliness. I am going to try to … Continue reading Welcome
Last podcast before I go on vacation. In the introduction I said a little tribute to Anthony Bourdains passing. In this weeks podcast we had me (Sean Anchondo), Leonard Williams, Steve Addison, and Josh Walker. Topics include the facebook page "In The Weeds", NBA finals, and guns (again). Enjoy
Earlier this week, I said I would take Chris Paul over Steph Curry. I received the ire from some of my friends on social media. "Chris Paul chokes!" "CP3 disappears in the playoffs" "CP3 is Andy Reid in the playoffs hahahahaha" By adding Chris Paul to the Rockets this year, they had the best record … Continue reading Chris Paul Has Been The Best Player In The Western Conference Finals
13.7 percent, that is what Steph Curry's shooting percentage was last night in the Western Conference Finals Game 2 in Houston. The All-Star point guard, Steph Curry, is struggling once again in a pivotal playoff series. An all too familiar playoff performance by the "Baby Faced Assassin", 7-for-19 from the field and 2-for-13 from three-point. … Continue reading Steph Curry Has Been Atrocious in Big Time NBA Playoff Series Games
We have now posted two new podcasts as of earlier this week. The premise of the podcast is what I like to call a "chef roundtable". We talk about the food industry, pop-culture, politics, music, and sports (NSFW). Come check us out. By the way, now that school is over I should be able to … Continue reading CHECK OUT THE NEW PODCAST!
[Part of this series I am going to write about the times when my teams have severely disappointed me. As sports fans, we dedicate a lot of time and emotion to these events. Being a sports fan in Texas I have had my fair share of devastating losses.] Anger, disbelief, disappointment, this game fully encapsulates what … Continue reading My Abusive Relationship: 44-6, Eagles Destroy The Cowboys
The new podcast is in the works. Me, Steve Addison, and Josh Walker will be talking about sports, Austin's food industry, and music. If you want to be a guest to discuss some of your projects or gigs, contact me. More details and launch dates are coming soon.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's bitter rivalry with the eccentric Dallas Cowboys owner continues to rear its head into the news stream. A battle of egos, a power struggle, a billionaires club pissing contest; the contempt they have seems mutual. Jones and Goodell seemed to be at odds since the NFL docked the Cowboys $10 million in … Continue reading Jerry vs. Roger
"Just win baby!", the moniker made famous by Al Davis, the previous owner of the Oakland Raiders. A fierce opponent of racial injustice and discrimination, Davis was the forward-thinking owner the NFL needed. Davis refused to play in cities or towns that had racial segregation during the 60s'. He hired the first black head coach … Continue reading Kaepernick to the Raiders Makes Sense
The NBA trade deadline came and went.The Cleveland Cavaliers dominated the headlines as they incinerated their roster. The Cavs shipped off Isiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Derrick Rose, Dwyane Wade, Channing Frye, and a first-round draft pick (not the Brooklyn Nets pick). In exchange, they received George Hill, Rodney Hood, Jordan Clarkson, and Larry Nance Jr. Next … Continue reading Bet On LeBron Leaving the Cavs, Owner Dan Gilbert is the Catalyst