Hello everyone and thank you for being so patient with us! Unscripted took a brief vacation from podcasting but we’re back with two knew episodes! Enjoy the links to Spotify and Soundcloud below where not just Unscripted is, but you can also listen to the Hold My Drink Podcast (coming soon) and the 808s and Ankle Breaks crew. Continue reading “Unscripted is back with 2 new Episodes”
With the Celtics now down 3-1 to the Bucks, the ride is almost over for these heartless cowards. From being ranked 2nd best in the preseason behind the Warriors to now being the laughing stock of the NBA.
All season long the Celtics have told us to expect great things in the postseason. Jaylen Brown expects five championships by the time he’s 28, and it looks like thats not happening this year, or any time soon. But I don’t blame his hubris too much, even though the team has done nothing to prove they can get to the promise land, let alone win there. I put some of the blame on the supposed leader of the team. Mr. Kyrie Irving. Continue reading “How to say ‘Coward’ in 5 Different Languages”
The Warriors currently hold a 2-0 series lead against the Rockets.
Houston has done a lot of talking the past two seasons of wanting to face/beat the Warriors. Last year, you could say Chris Paul’s injury was the reason the Rockets lost in Game 7, but I’m calling bullshit. First off, remember the Warriors were missing Andre Iguodala. Second, and more importantly, Houston was 7 for 44 from three, including 27 misses in a row, in a 9-point loss will kill you. Imagine they had made three more of those? We might be talking about the Warriors collapsing. Instead, we talk about the refs being the cause of the Rockets choking and not because they’re simply not built for this. Continue reading “Chris Paul has not justified his contract”
I won’t deny it, of course I’ve blamed the refs on a few games where my teams lost. The missed travel call on Pau Gasol in the 2010 NBA Finals (there’s no video for this); Jimmy Butler getting a call on a late Marcus Smart shooting foul to decide the game; Every no-call on every Gronk play ever; Armando Galarraga’s near-perfect game; Every Angel Hernandez call ever. (I could go on.) Continue reading “Refs are Horrible, Get Over It”
Jason Kidd is a candidate for the vacant Lakers head coaching job, joining Tyronn Lue and Monty Williams as reported candidates.
This used to be a prestigious job… but now? It seems like they’ll give it to anyone.
From the Don Pat Riley, to Phil Jackson, the Lakers have had some of the best coaches in NBA history (those two won 9 championships in LA). Hell, lets put the Guru of Go Paul Westhead in there (1 championship in LA). You see that list? Do you really think Kidd deserves to even sniff that list?
It’s no secret the Red Sox have been a dumpster fire so far. 17 games into the season and they’re a shitty 6-11. They have the 2nd worst record in the American League. The Orioles have a better record than them. Yes, the Orioles. The team with the worst hitter in baseball.
The Red Sox had a 6-game home stand the past week and only came out with a 3-3 record. Usually this would be about the time a team with THE HIGHEST payroll in baseball would kind of start figuring things out. But that’s not this years Red Sox… so far. Continue reading “Red Sox Are a Joke Right Now”
The Masters received a special gift this weekend in the form of a Tiger Woods win! This is huge for the sport!
Tiger Woods, who of course was wearing the red/black combo Sunday, was behind or tied for most of the rounds until the 15 hole where he took the lead and also the hearts of Tiger fans everywhere! Time after time, failure after failure. This is one of the defining moments of his career. From arrogant/cocky to humble in 11 years. Continue reading “Tiger Woods is Back!”