A Little Over 16 Hours With Kristaps Porzingis

Happy Friday, Istas.

As some of you know, I’m over at The Cauldron now. Follow us / give us page views / feed my dog.

Anyway, I wrote this thing about spending 16 fictitious hours with Kristaps Porzingis. It’s a great way to kill 20 minutes of your Friday.

That’s pretty much it. Hoping to rattle off a few more recaps down the stretch, so this won’t look so much like the shameless plug it is.

Jah Bless,


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Beyond his KnickerBlogger roots, Jim's work has appeared at ESPN.com, Grantland, The Classical, and the New York Times. He is currently working on a biography of Robert Silverman, entitled "Clownin' and Astoundin.'" Follow him on Twitter @JPCavan.

5 thoughts to “A Little Over 16 Hours With Kristaps Porzingis”

  1. this needs to be a series – maybe a even a historical series. I’ve always wanted 16+ hours with Johnny Newman.

    Great job, Jim – perfect read during my lunchtime hiatus from plugging away at the keyboard

  2. With all respect to our current writers, who are awesome, Jim is greatly missed, and I will check out this cauldron thingy; it sounds magical. And I would trade Kyle O’Quinn for Robert Silverman.

  3. Jim I can’t believe I slept on this for so long — this is a masterpiece.

    Too many amazingly weird lines to count.

    I think my favorite part might be the pastiches of Jimmy D’s awful songwriting

  4. The article was hilarious, plain and simple. I try to check The Cauldron out every day during my internet rounds and am always happy to see a new piece by you, Jim. Keep up the good work, this one had so many things that killed me–the cow femurs, the salmon heads, the Russian version of wind sprints, and on and on… Can’t wait for your next recap.

    We’ll try and hold down the fort til’ then.

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