In a flash of an eye, August is upon us, which means school has started. When school starts, this means the US Open is about to begin play.
While I agree mostly with James LaCombe’s column (”Better late than never, Rockets make their move,” The Daily News, July 21), I am probably more concerned about James Harden and Russell Westbrook playing together than he is.
This is my third year writing about the Wimbledon, and I look forward to it every year.
The 2018 summer has been a great start for sports. The World Cup is playing its Round of 16 matches right now. Even if your favorite team or country has won or lost, let me turn your attention to another wonderful sporting event: Wimbledon, which is the third Grand Slam in tennis.
I will be honest with everyone. I did not grow up obsessed with the Cowboys, and I did not grow up in Texas. I grew up in Colorado but knew many Cowboy fans. However, not being attached to the Cowboys gives me the best chance to examine Jerry Jones’ 28 years as an owner.
This is not my first time covering a live tournament or sporting event. I have covered many sporting events. However, I have never covered a virtual reality event, and Sunday’s event was the second tournament in a series for the world’s first active Virtual Reality eSports tournament.