Yesterday afternoon I mowed my lawn for for the first time this year. The smell of the fresh cut grass was a sign that spring is actually here. After finishing up the outdoor chores, I was able to enjoy the other sign that spring is here. Baseball. While watching Tanaka serve up taters for New … More Baseball
I have found myself in Texas for this opening day, but in the wrong city. Battle lines have been drawn between the Rangers and Astros, and here I find myself on the wrong side of Buc-ee’s in “Clutch City” or “Two-ston” as it is affectionately known. The Rangers open with the defending A.L. Champion Indians … More It’s Baseball Time in Texas
I still remember the first time that I saw Tony Romo throw a football in that October 2006 game when he replaced Drew Bledsoe under center. It was an interception. I was a junior in college at the time, and after a glorious start to my Cowboys fandom as a young boy in the Aikman, Smith, … More The Cowboy Rides Away
Much like how the Mavs announce Dirk re-entering a game, I won’t even pretend to have an announcement or title that matches the moment, especially for when Dirk hit 30,000. The night started out with my stalwart co-season ticket holder Kirk and I watching warm-ups from the front row. It’s a privilege even the 300’s … More A Dirky Thirty
He sits twenty points shy of 30,000 for his career. He’s won a Championship and an MVP award. The most amazing thing to me is that he’s done it all for the Dallas Mavericks. He will forever be linked to Tim Duncan and Kobe Bryant for a couple of reasons: First, from 1999-2011 no one … More In the end, they all fade away.
Time for the first ever BBYK / TTT crossover podcast. Broest Bros You Know and Texas Triangle Trio teamed up to tackle the 2017 NBA All-star Game, including the 2017 Celebrity Game , Skills Challenge, Slam Dunk Event, & Three-Point Shooting Contest. We picked winners from every event, and even the NBA All-Star Game MVP. … More TTT / BBYK Crossover Event: NBA Edition!
”The grass looks greener and the sky’s blue more often when you win a game than lose a game.” Greg Popovich, on February 11, 2017, after the Spurs lost to the New York Knicks 94-90. The NBA’s All-Star Weekend is upon us, which seems as good of a time as any to lay down the … More 43-13: San Antonio At the Break