The Curious Case of Andre Iguodala
Philadelphia 76ers swingman Andre Iguodala isn’t as good as he thinks he is. He has a misguided infatuation with his jump shot, despite the fact that he shot 34.1 percent from three feet and beyond this past season. He appears to have a slightly inflated opinion of his skills in isolation situations—an opinion formed in large part due to his freakish athleticism. And—perhaps more...
Watch The Throne
The similarities are impossible to ignore. After years of playing in front of sold-out arenas on their own, two of the greatest talents of our generation chose to join forces last summer. Although the move had a seismic impact on their industry, their debut collaboration—while impressive—left fans and onlookers wanting more. The above statements apply to hip-hop artists Jay-Z and Kanye West,...
Ed Sabol: The King of Football Movies
It began, of course, with a camera. A 16mm Bell and Howell wind-up camera, to be exact. A Philadelphia overcoat salesman by the name of Edwin Milton Sabol had received it as a gift some years earlier, and the proud father used the camera to film the milestone moments in the life of his son Steve: his first birthday, his first haircut and his first football game. “It’s the kind of...