Heat again fail to stand up to Celtics by Adrian Wojnarowski/Yahoo Sports: This past Sunday LeBron and co. fell short against the Celtics again, despite Boston’s injuries. This felt like an “if not now, then when?” game. Wojo is the best at doing takedowns of LeBron. It’s so much fun and he has a fair point.
Alan Sepinwall: He changed TV criticism. But can you be a rabid fan and a thoughtful reviewer? by Josh Levin/Slate: A good column well worth a read and an interesting idea to think about. Sepinwall is one of my favorite critics to read. In my opinion, it’s probably tough to write about shows each week without getting repetitive. But the really talented writers can, and Sepinwall definitely qualifies for that category.
Parameters set, but complicated Carmelo deal far from close by Alan Hahn/Newsday: The great Mr. Hahn is one of the few basketball writers that I have a lot of trust in when it comes to rumors. We’ve got a long way to go and he provides a good layout. Someone wake me up when we can move on.
January Jones talks Unknown and Mad Men by Dan Fienberg/Hitfix: A nice interview with the lovely January Jones. Especially like the tease about Glen at the end.
Lewis, Arenas reflect on new circumstances by Michael Lee/Washington Post: Good stuff here, and nice to see that Rashard Lewis has a good head on his shoulders.
The Sign of Four by Arthur Conan Doyle: Currently finishing the last chapters of the second Sherlock Holmes book. I got the entire collection for just $2 on the Kindle, which is nice. Never trust a man with a wooden leg.