obamaonbasketball: One more game of H-O-R-S-E….yes I know, I know, but the prime minister can wait another 10 minutes.
Posted in April 2012 …
RG3 is hope for DC
NFL Draft Round 1 Review: Sense & Sensibility edition by guest blogger Dave
Let me give you a little background about my good friend and guest blogger, Dave. Dave knows much more about sports than me. I admit that despite the fact that he went to Cornell and probably beats me out in just overall smarts as well. So you should probably listen to what he has to … Continue reading
Alex’s NBA Posts Continue with the Western Conference Playoffs!
Lucky us that our popular NBA guest blogger, Alex, has graced us with yet another praise-worthy addition to Chicks Like Sports Too. Again, blame Alex for any inaccuracies, terrible opinions (like his uncontrollable attraction to JJ from the last post), global warming, the failing state of our economy, and old people who still use … Continue reading
Alex’s NBA Eastern Conference Preview
Sooo, last night I was too busy watching the NFL Draft and to publish this blog post from guest blogger, Alex. Therefore, when he says tonight, it was actually yesterday. I just left the blog untouched so you can see his awesome predictions come true before your very eyes. But then again, I’m pretty sure … Continue reading
Making a Case for the NBA Playoffs by guest blogger Alex
As promised, here is a post written by our first guest blogger, Alex. Alex hails from the great city of San Francisco, likes the NBA and wants you to like it too. My first thought was…does anyone really care about the NBA anymore? Aside from the occasional Superman retirement or Lebron drama, I am guilty … Continue reading
Andrew Luck who?
Happy Belated Blogtastic Birthday to You!
Yesterday was my blog’s second birthday. It’s just growing up so fast! Thank you to everyone who has been following for the past couple of years. And we’re only just getting started…
Silent Spring is coming… Pictured: Antonio Cromartie for the NOH8 Campaign
Chicks Like Sports Too is starting its “Silent Spring” campaign starting sometime in the next couple of weeks. Not only will I try to raise awareness about environmental issues through the clever use of the title from Rachel Carson’s 1962 book about the danger of pesticides, but the blog will be featuring more guest bloggers and … Continue reading