Lots of video games have terrible stories, but that's no reason to give up telling them.
As the medium of a generation, there’s no other option.
One year ago, Sam Hinkie's 13-page resignation letter brought The Process era to an end in Philadelphia. That work continues, but Hinkie's letter is history.
It was one thing to be blocked by Donald Trump when he was just another man making fart-noises on Twitter. It feels a little different today. Everything does.
What's the next act for New Jersey's disgraced and historically unpopular governor? Hanging up on radio callers proposing lopsided Yankees trades, hopefully.
Colin Kaepernick, in his protest, offers a challenge to a self-satisfied NFL: action instead of gesture, and a conversation instead of the usual noise.
The NBA is going through a renaissance and a revolution right now, led by Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors. You can tell it's a good thing because of how much people like Charles Barkley hate it.
Thanks to its nature and the NFL's signature issues, the NFL Draft is and always will be weird. Now, with the NFL bigger than ever, the draft is stranger still.
Because he is so bad at shooting free throws and so good at finishing lobs, DeAndre Jordan tends to disappear into one abstraction or another. We should look closer.
The Cleveland Browns signing a free agent quarterback does not really qualify as news. But, when Robert Griffin III is concerned, we're in another realm entirely.