Broncos Lucky To Hav...

I am not sure what game you were watching on Sunday when the Broncos beat the Patriots 20-18. Yes 20-18. The Pats came within a two point conversion of tying the game despite overcoming so many offensive self-inflicted wounds that most mortals would have been dead on arrival. Sure the Broncos...

Manning and Brady Struggle With Brilliance Jan23

Manning and Brady St...

History has shown that the Tom Brady’s and Peyton Manning’s of the football world come around once in a generation. While each has left their mark on the playing field in terms of successes, they are both truly football geniuses who have made those around them better. Having done research in...

NFL Coaching Vacancies Information Needed Jan10

NFL Coaching Vacanci...

After the firing of so many NFL head coaches on Black Monday immediate speculation began about who would fill the new head coaching openings. And rampant speculation continues—for good reason. Rumors play important roles in our psychological and emotional lives–so much so that we cannot...

Ranger Fan Loves Gam...

In this edition of Your Sport Story a Ranger Fan loves his team but also gives back to those who are less fortunate. https://www.facebook.com/?_rdr=p  ...

Rex Ryan Manic To The Core Jan02

Rex Ryan Manic To Th...

Brash, bombastic and full of bluster Rex Ryan marched into Buffalo much the way he marched into Jet land and the NFL coaching fraternity and once again proclaimed that there was a new sheriff in town. Predictably proclamations followed, predictions were incessant, taunts were common and with...

Met Fan Amputee With...

In this edition of Your Sport Story this Met fan lost his leg and in doing so honored his team. But beyond that he works with others to help them overcome their problems as amputees. He lives a full life and loves his work and the Mets!   https://www.facebook.com/?_rdr=p...

Pete Rose For The Si...

In this psychology of sports minute Dr. Richard Lustberg further examines Rose’s behaviors and the public’s fascination with him. http://psychologyofsports.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Pete-Rose-Take-2.mp3...

Chip Kelly, RGIII, T...

In this audio segment of the Psychology of Sports Dr. Lustberg discusses what Chip Kelly has brought to the NFL, the status of RG3, Colin Kaepernick, why the Giants are out of touch and his thoughts about why people are prematurely anointed status to those who did not deserve it....

New York Giants Majo...

http://psychologyofsports.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Psychology-of-Sports-Giants.mp3 The New York Giants are at an end of an era. The Coughlin-Manning and possibly Reese era is coming to an end The Giants are a loyal organization who values loyalty and continuity appreciates what Coughlin...

A New England Patrio...

In this episode of Your Sports Story A young women talks about her love of the Patriots and her dog Brady on a magic Sunday in NYC!  Deflategate? Did not happen!! https://www.facebook.com/yoursportstory?fref=nf...

Seattle Seahawk Fan ...

In this sports story a young women born in Seattle takes her love for her team across coasts. Despite a dismal 2015 start she keeps the faith! https://www.facebook.com/yoursportstory?fref=nf...

Tejada-Utley The Met...

1-The Mets lost game two because they were not good enough. Chase Utley’s slide took away from a number of salient points that pointed to a poor Met performance. 2-The umpires decision to not call interference or for that matter a personal foul (football style) definitely hurt but would, have...

Matt Harvey By The N...

Matt Harvey by the numbers a look at what is going on with him. 1-Matt Harvey was not stuck in traffic in the Midtown Tunnel for whatever reason he was late that is between Harvey and the team.  As a fan I could care less. What his teammates and management think-well that is for Harvey to...

Serena Williams Matu...

As Serena Williams continues to defy age and time there are few superlatives left to say about what is now the greatest women’s tennis player to ever grace the court. It is little surprise that Williams when healthy regularly beats opponents that are more than a decade younger than she which...

Jason Pierre-Paul As...

All that Jason Pierre-Paul proved by his ill-fated July 4th fireworks accident is that he is as dumb as the rest of us. That is there are times in everyone’s life when they do something stupid, dumb, less than enhancing, (add anything you want here) and JPP had one of those moments. It cost...

Lebron James Plays A...

Lebron James told us nothing we did not know when he stated he was the world’s best basketball player. He just forgot to tell us that he also plays all five positions on the court and is the de facto coach of the Cavaliers. Playing with a rag tag bunch of sidekicks some of whom resemble...

Matt Harvey What Goes Up Must Come Down Jun13

Matt Harvey What Goe...

It was inevitable that Matt Harvey who we made into a savior was going to encounter adversity– we all do. His first encounter was with Tommy John Surgery and ALL that comes with it. Everyone predicted a full physical recovery from the surgery for Harvey and the odds were certainly in...

David Wright Will No...

David Wright is done as a premier baseball player. A true gentleman and phenomenal talent is nearing the end any way you want to look at it. The Mets however are better—but getting to the next level will take them out of their comfort zone. 1-David Wright will never return to the form of his...

13 Perceptions, Misperceptions and Truths about the New York Rangers Jun01

13 Perceptions, Misp...

The New York Rangers did not win for a simple reason which is that they were not good enough. However there are a perceptions, misperceptions and fallacies in the aftermath of their defeat. Here are a few. 1-Some reported that the Ranger locker room after the loss did not seem to be...

Steve Kerr: Seven Ordinary Things He Did With Brains May30

Steve Kerr: Seven Or...

In a country that rewards the ordinary and then finds it surprising that our youth expect to be rewarded for doing what they are supposed to, Steve Kerr did a bit of the ordinary and more using his brains. 1-Kerr spurned his friend and mentor Phil Jackson when he turned down the Knicks offer...