ICYMI: Why We Watch: Ray Allen, A Life (at The Classical)
Today, in case you missed it, you can find my writing at The Classical, which has graciously granted my space to pursue reflections — aided by Nietzsche, Henry Miller, and William Carlos Williams — on the arresting beauty and profound meaning of a Ray Allen jump shot. But if you came from The Classical, why not poke around and see some of my other posts, like the one where I call for the University of Michigan’s President and Athletic Director to open up a public discussion about restoring the Fab Five’s banners and to stop the hypocrisy. Or if you’re more in the mood for memoir, but still thinking about Ray Allen’s jumpshot – you can read here about how learning to shoot one was like losing my innocence. Or just choose for yourself from the drop down “Categories” or “Archive” menus on the right.
On the other hand, if you’re headed to The Classical, I highly recommend perusing the rest of the “Why We Watch” series, which includes work by some very fine writers on some sometimes surprising players.