Sports Talking Points with Tony Kornheiser, Michael Wilbon and Cindy Boren From The Washington Post
Summary: The Washington Post's Tony Kornheiser, Michael Wilbon and Sports Editor Cindy Boren talk about sports and whatever they want!
Tony Kornheiser says goodbye after 30 years with The Washington Post and -- who's shocked? -- disagrees with Michael Wilbon about whether it's really the end.
In the second-to-last Talking Points of all time, Tony Kornheiser and Mike Wilbon talk hoops, the Van Gundys and ... baseball.
Tony Kornheiser was W-R-O-N-G about the NBA playoffs, but at least he understands hoops, unlike soccer and spelling bees.
The possibility of the NBA Finals minus Kobe-LeBron, women's shoes, lacrosse, golf and Sonia Sotomayor are among the things on Tony Kornheiser's mind.
If the Cavs lose the series to the Magic, will the blame fall on LeBron James? Tony Kornheiser has an answer, even though he was watching "Idol."
Tony Kornheiser says 32 coaches will want Michael Vick, but whether 32 owners will is another matter.
Tony Kornheiser looks back at his "Monday Night Football" career--and shamelessly seeks another gig.
While Kornheiser plays golf, Wilbon opines on his "Monday Night Football" bombshell, as well as on the Nuggets-Lakers and Magic-Cavs.
Tony Kornheiser has Caps-Pens, Tony Romo's attempt to qualify for the U.S. Open and Ryan Zimmerman's streak on his mind.
Tony Kornheiser muses on the White House correspondents' dinner, Lakers-Rockets, Tiger vs. "What's wrong with Tiger?" and his own shankapotamus-y golf game.
It's Manny and Favre talk: Are football players more easily forgiven? Is this really it for Favre?
With Dave Bing's election as mayor of Detroit, Wilbon and Kornheiser decide which athletes make the best politicians.
Wilbon and Kornheiser find common ground -- stop the presses -- when it comes to assessing Caps vs. Pens.
Wilbon and Kornheiser roam the sports landscape like yaks, discussing everything from free shrimp to the Capitals to golf to Game 7s.
What's shocking about the allegations in the new book about A-Rod isn't the stuff about steroids, according to Tony Kornheiser.