Robin Thicke Continues his Pathetic Apology Tour

Where are Robin Thicke’s homies? Why are they allowing their boy to go around embarrassing himself?

We have been through moments like this, (yes I’m including myself in the “We”) and have done some crazy things to get a woman back but come on homie!

Last night Thicke decided to do ANOTHER public apology to Paula Patton, this time at the BET Awards. It’s time to get this dude off the stage and stop this apology tour BS! Thicke needs to wake up an accept he fucked up and move on, or at least stop this public display of Bitchassness!

How many more songs can this fool write asking for forgiveness? Does he really believe that the next song will touch Patton and win her back?

Maybe Thicke thinks this is like the movies….

Nah son, This is not ‘Say Anything’

Take it from me Thicke, no matter how romantic you may think it is to write an apology song and sing it for a televised audience, there’s a chance Patton finds all this to be creepy as hell. At this point, Patton has heard every apology you have made publicly and privately.

Seriously Thicke has to let this go and let some time pass, maybe Patton will come back or it could be over for good. The point is your making it about yourself every time you step on stage or release another song. We all get it, you’re upset and you feel your heart is broken, leave it alone. Like the old saying goes, time heals all wounds…

Coolout and Let The Wound Heal!!!!!


As always….

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!

Jason Kidd Traded to the Bucks

If nothing else Jason Kidd has a lot of confidence in his skills as a head coach, Kidd has forced himself out of Brooklyn with an unsuccessful play for power in the Nets front-office. The Milwaukee Bucks have traded two 2nd round picks (2015 and 2018 or 2019) for Jason Kidd.

SNY is reporting the following:

Kidd will only serve as the Bucks’ head coach (Beck, June 30), but he is expected to take over as head of basketball operations eventually (Beck, June 30).

After a rocky start to his coaching career Kidd was able to guide a veteran Nets squad to a 44-38 record and a playoff berth. Kidd’s desire to seek more power in the front-office is a little alarming for a 2nd year coach who should pay more attention to Xs and Os. It seems like Kidd may have taken a long, realistic look at the Nets roster and possibly their financial situation; the future may not be that bright in Brooklyn.

The Real Deal recently reported that Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov plans to cut back on spending as they look to sell Forest City’s 20% shares:

The team is seeking about $200 million for Forest City’s share, which would peg the value of the NBA team at $1 billion.

Prospective bidders have expressed concerns they would need to cover substantial losses in addition to investing $200 million, the New York Post reported. The team racked up a loss of about $50 million last year.

So far Lionel Hollins, George Karl and Mark Jackson names have popped as leading contenders to replace Kidd in Brooklyn.



As always….

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!

Clayton Kershaw Continues to Dominate

Clayton Kershaw is showing no hang-over effect since throwing a no-hitter on June 18th.  Since the no-no Kershaw has thrown 15-consecutive scoreless innings, including shutting out the Cardinals on Sunday to extend his scoreless streak to 28-innings.



Kershaw is now 31-innings away from tying Orel Hershiser’s scoreless streak of 59-innings, with 2 more starts (Rockies and Padres) before the all-star break Kershaw’s next challenge will be the Rockies at Coors Field.  If Kershaw can get past the Rockies the competition will get a little tougher with the Cardinals, Pirates, Giants and the Braves in the month of July. If there is a pitcher up to the challenge, Kershaw would be the one I would put my money on.

Continued dominance by Kershaw along with Zack Greinke, Josh Beckett, Dan Haren, and Hyun-Jin Ryu; and if Hanley Ramirez can get back to the Hanley of last season, the Dodgers will be a force to reckon with in the West.


As always….

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!