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!
It isn't easy being a muse. Just ask Kobe Bryant, who has inspired the free-style rapping of former teammate Shaq O'Neal.
The men's Olympic hoops team's chances, the Battle of Chicago and, in honor of George Carlin, a partial score: 6. Video by Atkinson & Co.Columns: Wilbon | Live Online: Chat House Send Comments
The guys have advice for the NBA and the WNBA concerning the Olympics and Wilbon has a plausible explanation for those internet pix. You know the ones.
Tiger Woods' knee surgery won't slow him down and Red Auerbach would have loved the whuppin' his team gave Phil Jackson.
It's all Tiger: Tiger vs. Rocco, Tiger vs. his knee, Tiger vs. history.Video by Atkinson & Co.Columns: Wilbon | Live Online: Chat House Send Comments
Before he makes a mad dash for the beach, Tony weighs in on allegations of game-fixing in the NBA, the Acta-Dukes dynamic and who will win the U.S. Open. Video by Atkinson & Co.Columns: Wilbon | Live Online: Chat House Send Comments
Athletes are dropping Viagra for on-the-field reasons, Tiger prepares to play golf and Becks buys Posh a vinyard (lucky woman). Video by Atkinson & Co.Columns: Wilbon | Live Online: Chat House Send Comments
Fresh from a Camp Gitche Gumee reunion, Tony discusses Big Brown and Lakers-Celtics. Video by Atkinson & Co.Columns: Wilbon | Live Online:
Pens-Wings was riveting and Boston-LA has po. In other news, Tony has a hernia and Mike was only joking about Bea Arthur.
Tony and Mike mull mixed martial arts vs. boxing, the NHL's ratings bounce and "Sex and the City."
It's Tony on Lakers-Spurs, Tiger Woods and Big Brown and why Uranus is funny.
Tony discovers soccer and "the Crusha in Russia," has no problems with Matt Ryan's contract and thinks Jason Taylor should play one more year.
Tony talks about David Stern's worst nightmare -- Detroit vs. San Antonio in the Finals -- as well as Jon Lester's inspiring no-hitter and Sen. Ted Kennedy's illness.
Luck is where you find it: in Boston's Garden or in Mr. Tony's magic underpants. Video by Atkinson & Co.Columns: Wilbon | Live Online: Chat House Send Comments
Tony moves on from his riveting take on inflatable dolls to Celtics-Cavs, "American Idol," Obama vs. Hillary and the 4-year-old with the hole-in-one.