Nash leaves NBA, Canadian basketball far better than when he entered it.
Posts By: Matt Miskulin
The superfight between welterweights Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. is finally happening —albeit about five years later than it should have.
The ‘old Tiger’ appears to be gone, and it is foolish to expect him to dominate the PGA tour as he once did.
The days grow appreciably longer, courses enter their final flurry, and the Madness sets in: March Madness. I’m talking about the NCAA Division I Basketball Championship, the greatest single elimination tournament in sports. Survive and advance; lose and go home.
It’s the third edition of the Martlet Round Table and we are here to talk about tanks, only not of the mechanical variety. We are joined by Martlet contributors James Davey and Matt Miskulin to talk about the efficacy and morality of deliberately losing in professional sports: all sorts of sports including hockey, basketball,… Read more »
Welcome to the first edition of the Martlet Sports Roundtable. Each week, this will be a space to chat about broad issues in Canadian sport and we will feature guests from the Martlet community of writers.
Tennis has an issue with double standards, and this became quite evident at the Australian Open in what is regrettably being called ‘Twirlgate.’
Canadians starting to get used to life in centre court
At the quarter-mark of last season, the Toronto Raptors looked like a team going nowhere. They sat six games under .500 and had just traded away Rudy Gay, their best and highest paid player. The Raptors had every appearance of a team willing to tank the entire season in an effort to improve their chances… Read more »