Sports

My Life as a Tennis Ball

Thursday, April 20, 2017
by Peter Ingle
My Life as a Tennis Ball

MOST OF US HAVE NO IDEA where we came from. We don’t know when or where we were conceived or what makes us alive in the first place. We can’t even remember being in that cylinder before a blast of air welcomed us into the world. I was luckier than most. I could have... Read »

The Kurious Mister Kyrgios

Thursday, April 20, 2017
by Peter Ingle
The Kurious Mister Kyrgios

PERHAPS NEVER BEFORE has the game of tennis seen this degree of contradiction between prodigious talent and perplexing behavior. That statement may bring to mind the likes of Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe who displayed their own versions of electrifying play and exasperating antics. Yet, neither of them possessed the power, speed, or athleticism of Nick Kyrgios.... Read »

Space, Time, and the Art of Stephen Curry

Thursday, April 20, 2017
by Peter Ingle
Space, Time, and the Art of Stephen Curry

JUST WHEN IT SEEMED that no one could or ever would assume the mantle worn by Michael Jordan, along came a boyish, brittle-boned phenom named Wardell Stephen Curry II. Talk about spicing things up, Curry has single-handedly ushered in a new NBA era with his breathtaking three-point shots and the panache with which he... Read »

It is with life as it is with art: the deeper one penetrates, the broader the view.                   
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