Tag Archives: Fandom

Season 26 of Raptors Basketball

A lot has changed since the Toronto Raptors won their first NBA Championship, 18 months ago, and two million people packed the streets of downtown Toronto for a parade. Heck, just writing that sentence gives me the willies. By the … Continue reading

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Fantasy Football Post-Mortem

The streak is over. For the first time in my three years of participating in a fantasy football league, I will not be one of the teams in the championship game. I was mad about it on Monday, but as … Continue reading

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Wrapping up the 2020 F1 Season

If you know nothing about Formula 1, or auto racing, let me break it down for you really quickly, so the rest of this post isn’t a foreign language. Currently, there are 10 teams (constructors) in Formula 1: Mercedes, Ferrari, … Continue reading

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Rating the NHL Reverse Retro Jerseys

On Monday, the National Hockey League released Reverse Retro jerseys for all 31 teams. If you’re familiar with the Big Brother competition where the houseguests must look at a face on a screen and determine who’s eyes, ears, and mouth … Continue reading

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Jumbo Joe in Toronto

I remember when the Toronto Maple Leafs acquired Owen Nolan from the San Jose Sharks at the trade deadline in 2003. Man, I was so excited. The next day at school, I went right to my best friend, Chris, and … Continue reading

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Return To Sports Fandom

Are sports an escape from the world, or is the world an escape from sports? Silly question, right? I have thought about this a lot over the last few days and I think my answer is the latter. I cannot … Continue reading

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Vinsanity

He is half man, half amazing. He is Air Canada. He is Vinsanity. He made us jump out of our seats, while he soared through the air. He put basketball on the map in Canada. He inspired a generation. His … Continue reading

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Where The Sports Have No Games

Have you ever been a part of an ice breaker activity, where you sit in a circle with a bunch of fresh faces and go around giving answers to random questions? They’ll ask, “What is your biggest fear?” Someone will … Continue reading

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Driving Away With It

The Formula 1 season always goes by so fast, which is surprising to me because on the weekends when there is no race, it feels like the next one is so far away. I guess that’s why F1 partnered with … Continue reading

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Defending Champions

The Toronto Raptors are raising a championship banner and receiving rings tonight ahead of the first game of the NBA season. They’re doing this, of course, because they won the NBA championship in June. That’s a thing that happened. I … Continue reading

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