When you are desperate for NBA content, you take what you can get. So it is every August with the league’s schedule release, which just tells you that your team is playing all the teams you would expect them to play — only adding the when to the who. So now we know some things […]
About Ethan Skolnick
A fixture in the South Florida sports media market since 1996, Ethan has been a prominent writer at The Palm Beach Post, The South Florida Sun-Sentinel, The Miami Herald, Bleacher Report and several other publications — best known professionally for his coverage of the Big 3 Miami Heat, for which he won national awards. He‘s covered virtually every major sporting event, including more than 30 combined Super Bowls, NBA Finals, World Series, Stanley Cup Finals and NBA and MLB All-Star Games. He’s also been an afternoon drive radio show host and co-authored 2 books, Raising Your Game and Innovative State. He can also be found at @EthanJSkolnick.
Entries by Ethan Skolnick
He goes by the unicorn. But there isn’t just a solitary reason why a player of Preston Williams’ talent was available to the Miami Dolphins after the draft. Our Chris Kouffman (@CKParrot) called this when the Dolphins signed Preston Williams, gushing over his tape. And even as Williams flashed on the Davie field, day after […]
Jarren Williams beat out Tate Martell and N’Kosi Perry for the Miami Hurricanes quarterbacks job. Billy O’Rourke of Smark Your Territory — and a huge Canes fan — reacted for us. After he shaved.
Well, that was suspenseful. Manny Diaz, the new coach of the Miami Hurricanes, hadn’t revealed much about the quarterback competition between holdovers Jarren Williams and N’Kosi Perry, and transfer Tate Martell. But a day before Media Day, Diaz spilled the goods. The winner is Williams, who nearly left the program last season, a couple of […]
Preston Williams, the undrafted free agent that our Chris Kouffman (@CKParrot) told you all about on the day he signed, was the star of the Dolphins’ 34-27 win in their preseason opener. But that’s not the receiver everyone ran to first in the Dolphins locker room. That, naturally, was Kenny Stills, after the outspoken community […]
For those that don’t know, Dolphins’ owner Stephen Ross has been an avid supporter of Donald Trump for many years. However, despite the President’s stance on race and equality in America, Ross has continued to fund R.I.S.E, one of the biggest non-profit organizations supporting racial equality in the world. According to the official website, R.I.S.E […]
There’s a reason for the Miami Heat to have a rivalry with many of the teams in the NBA’s Eastern Conference. The Knicks…. naturally, though that’s now going back more than two decades to any real relevancy. The Pacers, because of all those times Paul George fell short in South Florida, after his stops at […]
The Miami Dolphins still haven’t played their first preseason game under Brian Flores. But he’s already making it clear that he will not hesitate to make changes, even if they are changes to his original direction. The first of note was today’s firing of offensive line coach Pat Flaherty. Here’s how it played out on Twitter: […]
There is a lot of buzz around Bam Adebayo. Especially now that Hassan Whiteside is no longer around. The Heat’s 2017 first round pick was a metrics standout after he finally replaced Whiteside in the starting lineup last season, and the Heat — publicly and privately — have not been shy about their feelings for […]
We don’t know how Jorge Sedano puts up with this. Sedano, born in Miami and raised on local radio, is now in Los Angeles, and doing some sideline and analyst work for ESPN. This gives him the great opportunity — or misfortune — to share a broadcast with the likes of Dan Dakich. You may […]