Samuel Bovard

Sam Bovard is a weird dude on the cusp of adulthood. His immaculate capacity for sports knowledge has terminally crippled his social skills, leaving him paralyzed in large groups, and halted the growth of his maturity at age thirteen. But he's just fine with that. He is currently a student at Grove City College, just outside of Pittsburgh. Follow Sam on Twitter@Free_Samson. You know, if you want to.

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  • The sad tale of Dwight Howard

    Published 4:16 p.m. April 19, 2012

    Dwight Howard was, at one time, beloved. Now he's fallen from our good graces. From his indecision to stay with the Orlando Magic to his passive-aggressive feud with Stan Van Gundy, we see the real Dwight Howard.

  • Retro Diary: New York Knicks vs Boston Celtics

    Published 11:14 p.m. April 17, 2012

    Sam chronicles the New York Knicks' victory over the Boston Celtics, stream-of-consciousness style.

  • Don't be fooled: Ndamukong Suh plays football the right way

    Published 11:41 p.m. November 2, 2011

    NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sat down with Detroit Lions All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh on Tuesday to "talk" about his alleged brutality on the field.

  • An appeal for college hoops

    Published 4:59 p.m. October 24, 2011

    With the NBA season seemingly terminated, college basketball will have to take its place with the mass of lost fans. You won't be disappointed.

  • The odd story of Mike Brown and Carson Palmer ends in more oddity

    Published 1:36 p.m. October 18, 2011

    The saga of Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown and quarterback Carson Palmer was seemingly destined for a bitter end. Thanks to Hue Jackson and the Oakland Raiders, both sides are happy.

  • NBA lockout: The end of the casual fan

    Published 7:41 p.m. October 12, 2011

    We haven't seen the last of players and owners squabbling for more cash. The NBA lockout is sprawling out of control and losing fans with each passing day.

  • The NFL lockout ends, but do we care?

    Published 10:14 p.m. July 25, 2011

    The epic odyssey that has become the NFL Labor Agreement finds itself dead at the age of 18 long months, just in time to have a regular season. A see-through plot with no surprises like the lockout doesn't sit well with Balls Without Discretion.

  • Kemba Walker revels in the Madness

    Published 9:52 a.m. March 27, 2011

    A tribute to college basketball's most aware star, Kemba Walker.

  • Run with Denver Nuggets; Knicks wish they could

    Published 7:28 a.m. March 23, 2011

    Carmelo Anthony’s trade was a turning point for the New York Knicks and, more importantly, the Denver Nuggets, who are poised to make some waves in the NBA.

  • My pick: Kendall Marshall and UNC

    Published 7:35 a.m. March 21, 2011

    Freshman point guard Kendall Marshall leads a potent UNC Tar Heel team to the Sweet Sixteen as the Madness progresses.

  • Jerry Sloan was a man's coach

    Published 2:06 p.m. February 11, 2011

    Jerry Sloan announced his retirement on Wednesday after coaching the Jazz for 23 years. BWD salutes the toughest coach of this generation.

  • Mammoth match of the weekend part two: Packers vs. Bears

    Published 11:45 a.m. January 22, 2011

    Do position battles make you hot around the collar? If so, read Sam's preview of the Green Bay Packers vs. the Chicago Bears Sunday showdown.

  • Mammoth match of the weekend part one: Steelers vs. Jets

    Published 12:41 p.m. January 20, 2011

    Sam breaks down the AFC Championship game from Turin, Italy, surrounded by empty jars of Nutella.

  • Team USA gives players new groove

    Published 2:14 p.m. December 8, 2010

    Russell Westbrook, Rudy Gay, Kevin Love, and Lamar Odom are still feeling the good cheer from Team USA's gold medal run this summer.

  • Landry Fields: Stud

    Published 6:57 p.m. December 5, 2010

    Unheralded is too kind of a word for the Knicks' second-round pick. But Fields is turning heads recently -- and making BWD look wise. For once.

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