Rivalry

Film Review: Rush

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Universal Pictures

Formula One Racing is considered a niche sport in the United States but never has it felt so alive, mainstream, and universal than in Rush. This specifically intriguing world (mostly experienced in Europe) is brought to visual and visceral life by director Ron Howard who needs his credit to appear on this film to assure his audience that this indeed is a Ron Howard picture.

The Nets Draw First Blood

by Kenny Ducey

Getty Images

The atmosphere at 620 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn was nothing like anyone had seen before. The Nets were cheered in their home arena, Knicks fans were drowned out, and Carmelo Anthony was showered in boos just 3 miles from where he was born. It wasn’t something unique and isolated in history; rather, something new.

A rivalry? Deron Williams tried to downplay the hype. “It’s one game, it was a good win for us…we can’t just be excited like we just won a championship. We didn’t win the championship of New York.”