Daniel Kellner


Double Teamed: Reevaluating Cuban talent

While it is completely understandable to have reservations about paying $36 million for a player completely unproven in the MLB, scouts need to start showing some consistency when evaluating these unknown international talents.


Double Teamed: Rethinking NBA superteams

With the New York Knicks rotting below .500 in that trade’s aftermath, it’s time to ask whether this superstar-centered approach to team-building is effective for assembling a winning squad.


Carrying On: America’s aggressive TV ads

Normally, I can’t sit through an entire NFL game unless my team is playing. Despite there being just 60 minutes of actual gameplay, contests are often drawn out beyond the three hour mark, as the sport’s stop-and-go nature allows frequent commercial breaks. At times, watching a game becomes altogether tedious, as networks try to squeeze in every possible second of advertising, regardless of how much time has passed since they last cut to break.


Basketball looks to beat Panthers in Steel City

A few months ago, it was inconceivable that the Georgetown men’s basketball team would be the heavy favorite in a matchup with conference rival Pittsburgh. And yet, as the Hoyas prep for their showdown in the Steel City this Saturday, the nation expects nothing short of a convincing win.


Double Teamed: Enjoy the ride, Hoya fans

While this year’s Hoyas are not quite a revelation from recent teams, the positivity surrounding the squad is tremendously refreshing. Though Georgetown’s early success is no indication of an end to the postseason dry-spell, we can only hope that fans can keep this season in its proper context.


Hoyas confront realities of Big East play, drop second straight

After rolling through the nonconference schedule, the Georgetown men’s basketball team looked poised to waltz through Big East play on their way to the NCAA Tournament. Over the weekend, the... Read more


Upstart Hoyas ready for tussle in Tuscaloosa

The Georgetown men’s basketball team entered this season surrounded by doubts about the quality of their squad. Could the Hoyas fill the void left by free-scoring guards Chris Wright and Austin Freeman? Did they have a capable enough inside presence to succeed Julian Vaughn as the rock in the middle at Big Man U?


Sports Sermon: The NBA’s nuclear winter

When David Stern proclaims the NBA has entered a “nuclear winter,” don’t think he is exaggerating. His apocalyptic language is a testament to the utter breakdown in communications between the players and owners, resulting in their mutual destruction. Now 140 days into this excruciating lockout and nearly one month past the scheduled start of games, we couldn’t be farther from having an NBA season.


Hoyas crush North Carolina-Greensboro 85-45 in Maui Invitational opener

The Georgetown men’s basketball team took care of business Monday night as they dismantled North Carolina-Greensboro 86-45 in the opening game of the Maui Invitational. The final score may have even been a bit generous to the Spartans, who cut the lead in the last few minutes as the Hoyas rested key players.


Big East Preview

A look at some of the major storylines this season in the best conference in college basketball. Find out who's improved, who's taking a step back, and which player has the most weight on his shoulders.