Bio for Jonathan Mahler
What David Beckham Didn't Do for U.S. Soccer
May 16, 2013 | 11 CommentsThe problem with U.S. professional soccer is larger than David Beckham.
The NBA Is Rigged -- Against Small Markets
May 15, 2013 | 10 CommentsThe excruciating melodrama is over, at least for now: Sacramento will remain the home of the Kings, presumably under new ownership. What’s less clear is the future of the franchise in today’s NBA.
Grant Hill’s Advice for Derrick Rose’s Critics
May 08, 2013 | 38 CommentsThe longer the Chicago Bulls stay alive in the NBA playoffs, the louder the clamoring will grow for the return of their injured budding superstar, Derrick Rose. Before the din becomes overwhelming, critics should remember the story of an injured budding superstar of another era: Grant Hill.
The Lawsuit That Could Bring Down the NCAA
May 02, 2013 | No commentsThe storm that’s slowly rolling toward Indianapolis quietly gained strength this week with the filing of several devastating documents in a federal court in California. If it stays on course, it’s going to hit with biblical force, reducing the National Collegiate Athletic Association to a heap of rubble.
Yes, Jason Collins Is Still Gay, and Yes, It's Still News
April 30, 2013 | 24 CommentsWhy Jason Collins is more than just another gay young urban professional.