Gary’s Blog: Let the Games Begin (Please!)

Gary’s Blog: Let the Games Begin (Please!)

A new month. Renewed hope. Closer to a return to normalcy. Those are the thoughts and feelings I had as we approached June. These days, I am happy as each new month starts, because the months that have ended signify the worst months that I have ever lived through, not just personally, but for the…Continue Reading »

Sports Documentaries We’d Like to See

Sports Documentaries We’d Like to See

Much of the sports world is still buzzing over ESPN’s 10-part docu-series, “The Last Dance,” which offered never-before-seen footage and details about Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls’ final championship run. Naturally, the commercial and artistic success of the series has people wondering, “What documentary or docu-series can they do next?” We have some ideas…Continue Reading »

UH Fan Cave Contest

UH Fan Cave Contest

The ESPN Honolulu & Hawaii Home + Remodeling “UH Fan Contest” is underway! Post a photo of your University of Hawaii-themed fan cave on Instagram, and you may win a fabulous UH Prize Pack valued at over $1,500! The winning fan cave will also be featured in an upcoming issue of Hawaii Home + Remodeling!…Continue Reading »

One Magic Night 40 Years Ago

One Magic Night 40 Years Ago

We almost let the month of May slip by without acknowledging the 40th anniversary of one of the most “magical” moments in basketball history: On March 16, 1980, a young 20-year-old rookie named Earvin “Magic” Johnson led the Los Angeles Lakers to the NBA championship with a Game 6 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers. The…Continue Reading »

A Closer Look at Rico Bussey, Jr.

A Closer Look at Rico Bussey, Jr.

The University of Hawaii football program has picked up a top-tier receiver. Rico Bussey, Jr., a graduate transfer from North Texas, has announced his intention to join the Rainbow Warriors. Bussey, a 6-2, 193-lb. native of Lawton, Oklahoma, was on the Biletnikoff Watch List. (Named After Hall of Fame legend Fred Biletnikoff, the award is…Continue Reading »

UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns

UFC Fight Night: Woodley vs. Burns

 By Mathias Berbel The MMA world is counting down for another fight card after being spoiled with three fight cards in a span of 8 days. After a weekend without MMA, many were left wondering where the next event will even take place. There were talks of Tyrone Woodley & Gilbert Burns headlining a UFC…Continue Reading »

Know Your Zebras

Know Your Zebras

Casual sports fans love their favorite athletes and coaches, but the truly diehard fans also recognize the preeminent officials, referees and umpires of the sports world. Oh, we may question their eyesight sometimes and maybe confuse them for vacuum cleaners (“You suck!”), but we also understand that the games we love just wouldn’t be possible…Continue Reading »

The Greatest Sports Calls of All Time

The Greatest Sports Calls of All Time

In sports, a great moment is a great moment, no matter who’s describing the action. But when you have an announcer with the gift of capturing a scene so perfectly, so vividly and with just the right amount of emotion – that moment becomes ingrained in sports history. Check out this compilation of some of…Continue Reading »

Just Quiz, Baby!

Just Quiz, Baby!

From Oakland to Los Angeles back to Oakland and now Las Vegas, the Raiders have a storied history that includes some of the NFL’s biggest games, most controversial moments and most colorful personalities. Raider Nation, this Pop Quiz is just for you. We came up with a dozen questions that will test your knowledge of…Continue Reading »

‘Bows Add 6-8 Transfer

‘Bows Add 6-8 Transfer

James Jean-Marie, a versatile 6-8, 225-lb. forward from Montreal, has announced his intention to join the University of Hawaii men’s basketball program. Jean-Marie is a transfer from the University of San Diego, where he averaged 7.4 points and 5.2 rebounds in 32 games last season. “I enjoy the coaching staff at Hawaii, and the university,…Continue Reading »