Author Archives: Jose Guzman

Jose Guzman

About Jose Guzman

Being born in Los Angeles, I was raised to be an avid LA sports fan (later following the New Orleans Saints and FC Barcelona) even as I moved to Arizona. I’m currently attending the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University and working toward becoming a national sports journalist and broadcaster. I live by the adage of “ball is life” and can hold my own in a conversation on any sport/team/player. Apart from sports, I love music and can talk someone’s ear off on that as well. I keep an open ear on subjects as long as there’s justification behind the arguments and to ask any questions or learn more about my thoughts on subjects, feel free to contact me through my (sometimes uncensored) Twitter and Instagram accounts @JoseTwoFour or email me at

Best Games to Tune Into This Year

The NBA has released their season schedule this afternoon and although each team will play 82 games from October 28th through April 15, there are a few matchups that even the most casual fan will enter into their calendar today. The … Continue reading

Team USA’s Clear Choices

August 30th marks the start of the FIBA World Cup and Team USA’s roster has yet to be announced. Not much attention has been given to a tournament the U.S. should win, but teams are getting stronger and will attempt … Continue reading

What’s Best For All?

Minnesota forward Kevin Love is just the latest star nearing the end of his contract to want out of their current situation. After six seasons with the Timberwolves, none of which has resulted in even a whiff of the playoffs, … Continue reading

NBA: Bad Guy Might Finish First

If nice guys finish last then, using logic, you can say that the bad guys finish first. I don’t mean bad as in villainous or evil, but bad as in doing a poor job in their respective position while showing … Continue reading

NBA: Pau Gasol the Answer for OKC?

As the (NBA) world comes to a stop waiting on LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony to make their free agent decisions, one of the only teams not in pursuit of those big fish is after a seven foot fish of … Continue reading