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Robert Bonnette

Written By Robert Bonnette: I like numbers, I like sports, and I like the truth. Follow me on twitter at rbonne1

By Robert Bonnette On Sunday, August 28th, 2011

Why are People Defending Carson Palmer?

For the second time in a few months, I have issue with a Rick Reilly piece.  At one time, he was a must read; his back page column in Sports Illustrated was full of humor and insightful commentary.  Nowadays More...

By Robert Bonnette On Friday, August 19th, 2011

The Short, Unfair Life of the NFL Running Back

One of the big offseason stories has been the Chris Johnson holdout in Tennessee.  Johnson has been one of the top five running backs in the league since he came into the league in 2008, and has a 2,000 yard season More...

By Robert Bonnette On Friday, August 12th, 2011
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When Will a NFL Team Move to LA?

Don’t fall for the stadium okey doke! The City of Los Angeles has agreed to provide funding for a new football stadium, pending the NFL moving a team there.  The NFL has been dying to move a team there ever More...

By Robert Bonnette On Friday, July 22nd, 2011

NFLPA Doing Right Thing By Taking Time Before Signing Deal

You all have probably heard by now that the NFL owners voted 31-0 (Al Davis abstained) to ratify the proposed collective bargaining agreement, and the players haven’t done so.  There have been reports about More...

By Robert Bonnette On Friday, July 1st, 2011

Blame The Owners for the NBA Lockout…Again

So it’s lockout time once again, this time with the NBA.  We have the reports of the two sides being miles apart, the owners threatening to shut down an entire season, and both sides saying that they desperately More...

By Robert Bonnette On Monday, June 20th, 2011

25 Years Ago….Len Bias

On this day 25 years ago, Len Bias died. A whole generation of basket ball fans has come into the world since then, and really have no idea just how good Bias was and just how big of a deal this was at the time.  More...

By Robert Bonnette On Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

About Lebron

Enough with the ‘what’s wrong with Lebron?’ narrative already.  There’s nothing wrong with Lebron.  He’s not injured, he’s not tired (at least not anymore than anyone else), More...

By Robert Bonnette On Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

One Take on Shaquille O’Neal

Shaq is retired, so it’s time for the sizing up of his career to commence.  Where does he rank among centers?  Among all players?  Did he underachieve?  Overachieve?  What’s his legacy?  Etc., More...

By Robert Bonnette On Friday, May 27th, 2011

Don’t Crown The Oklahoma City Thunder The Team of the Future Just Yet

It’s commonplace for people to look at teams like the Oklahoma City Thunder and proclaim them the next big thing.  A talented, youthful roster and some playoff success often paints a picture of a future More...

By Robert Bonnette On Thursday, May 19th, 2011

Robert Bonnette’s Quick Hits

The Big Ten is real suspect right now The Big Ten is kicking around the idea of giving scholarship athletes a stipend for the year.  How convenient.  Just when your flagship program (Ohio State) gets in some More...

By Robert Bonnette On Friday, May 6th, 2011

So Long, Gary Williams

Gary Williams retired yesterday, after 33 years of coaching college basketball and 22 years at the University of Maryland.  He finishes as the best coach in University of Maryland history and with the third highest More...

By Robert Bonnette On Friday, April 29th, 2011
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Good night San Antonio

The Spurs are done Don’t let last night fool you….in fact, last night is your real evidence.  The Spurs needed miracle shots from Ginobli and Gary Neal to win at home in overtime against an eighth More...

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