The Observer

NBA lockout draws little attention, depresses fans

By By Ben Hollander, Staff Writer

November 21, 2011

  Here I am writing, curled up in my room with nothing but my laptop and my bitterness on a night that was supposed to be oh so very special.   In an ideal world, Kobe, KD, D-Rose and the Dallas Mavericks, the defending champs, would be headlining the start to the new NBA season tonight, ...

For the Love of the Game

By Joe Nolan, Online Political Columnist

April 11, 2011

Amidst all of the confusion and seemingly esoteric rhetoric between the NFL’s owners and players, it is clear that America’s beloved sport has grown up from its humble beginnings of leatherheads and actual pigskins. Unfortunately, it has followed the path of so many other professional leagues nowadays,...

Looming lockout poses threat that goes beyond football

By By Jillian Postal-Online Sports Editor

March 2, 2011

The Green Bay Packers earned the right to call themselves Super Bowl XVL champions when they beat the Pittsburgh Steelers Feb. 6, but it may be the last live game football fans everywhere will be able to watch until Fall 2012. The NFL faces a potential lockout for next season where no games will be...

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