Category Archive: Basketball

Kyrie’s Done

By: Connor Lenahan Really? Seriously, really? Every year we get the NBA Finals to look forward to and this year didn’t give us a crazy amount of excitement. Outside of the unbelievable Spurs-Clippers… Continue reading

Lol Knicks

By: Connor Lenahan Tonight at the NBA Draft Lottery the New York Knicks had the second best chance to win the number one overall selection. It seemed like the Knicks were set to… Continue reading

Oh No, No Houston No

By: Connor Lenahan I’m no expert in the field of social media, but I know that if you run an account for a professional sports team that you probably shouldn’t be tweeting the… Continue reading

Shaka Smart Goes West

By: Connor Lenahan Shaka Smart became a big name college basketball coach a few years ago when he lead the Virginia Commonwealth Rams to the Final Four. That 2011 team, alongside Brad Stevens’… Continue reading

Dean Smith’s Final Gift

By: Connor Lenahan Dean Smith was only the coach of the University of North Carolina for three years of my life. Specifically the first three years, 1994-1997. I, sadly, did not get to… Continue reading

Nash Says Goodbye

By: Connor Lenahan The announcement that came yesterday wasn’t much of a surprise. It was inevitable, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t also sad. When I was a kid Steve Nash was one… Continue reading

Unbreakable Bracket Pool

By: Connor Lenahan Well it’s that glorious time of year yet again ladies and gentlemen. The NCAA Tournament is upon us and this means that between now and April 6th we get to… Continue reading

NESN Next

By: Connor Lenahan Last summer I got a message from Brittney Badduke with a proposition for a project. She wanted to enter, along with her friends Christina Beiene and Kaley Roberts, the NESN… Continue reading

The Steph Curry Show

By: Connor Lenahan Today is my brother Chase’s birthday. I wrote about him last year in one of my favorite pieces I’ve put on Unbreakable here. I wanted to take this moment to… Continue reading

Thank You Mollie

By: Connor Lenahan Today was one of the harder games for me to announce here at Boston University. That’s because today, after a terrific four year career, Mollie McKendrick has finished her time… Continue reading