Penny chasing ball

Open jobs

Chicago steaks

Rpm steak has been my go to steakhouse for the last 5 years but im giving Babette’s a shot this weekend. I hear they have a give a glass of wine to a stranger , and receive one from a stranger policy. Excited to see how that plays out and if the steak trumps RPM.

-Yale Reardon

Check out some old stuff

About my page. Nice recap of it all.

Snooze in the AM

The hardest part of getting up is always the snooze battle. Highly considering buying an alarm that bounces around the room until I catch it to stop it.

Here’s a link to other site I’m working on

Yale Reardon

The panda video

Transparency Sales

Couch for sale

$125 for couch.


Reardon Wedding Photos

New Twitter handle

Time to retire the Jyreardo and switch over to the easy one…@YaleReardon

Road trip tips for rookies

Driving 6 hours from Cleveland to Chicago this morning. They key ingredients to a successful road trip are…

1. Pack everything the night before so nothing to do in the AM besides brush teeth.

2. Leave as early as possible. Little traffic and get to your destination quicker. Sometimes you get a full half day back.

3. Full tank of gas before you start. Cmon.

4. If you can hold it, always push bathroom breaks an extra hour.

5. Avoid Subway/McDonald’s or any food that will smell the car up.

6. A road trip playlist must include Tom petty, Fleetwood Mac, John Mellencamp, and a lot of patriotic songs.

7. Left lane, 77-82MPH entire time.


Quitters never win, and winners never quit

-Yale Reardon

Jurassic Park best scene

Venice beach hoops

Yale Reardon

Bahama Sharks

New website

Another piece I did on medium

Bill Simmons latest Nba podcast

Bill cannot stop saying player empowerment, decade, pre agency, Jaylen Brown, or bash Kyrie Irving.

-Yale Reardon

My first medium post

Tom Pritchard dunk

Christian Watford IU

Wedding chairs

Pacers 2019-20

If Goga Bitadze can’t be a playable backup center from Day 1, the Indiana Pacers are Goga-ing to be in trouble.

Many writers and fans alike (myself included) gave the Indiana Pacers grief for drafting another center, Goga Bitadze, in the first round (Brandon Clarke might yet prove that assessment correct, but that’s another story). Indiana already had a very good player on a good contract in Myles Turner, and had Domantas Sabonis playing the backup 5 at a near 6th man of the year level. Taking a 3rd-string center when so many exciting prospects had fallen was … frustrating, to say the least.

This, of course, was all before Kevin Pritchard announced that the Pacers were (finally) going to start Turner and Sabonis together. The pair of 23-year-old big men represents the hope for the Pacers’ future with Victor Oladipo, but are both nominally centers. By starting both, the Pacers are leaning into the “screw it, play your best 5” attitude. In the post Golden State War-pocalypse NBA, the obsession with going small is waning. Now’s the time to try Turner and Sabonis. There’s an important ripple effect of this, however.

Indiana has exactly 1 other center on the roster outside of Turner and Sabonis: Goga Bitadze. The next closest thing to a center beyond Goga would be… T.J. Leaf? Maybe Alize Johnson, if you believe in ultra small ball and also in Alize’s potential? Neither of those are particularly good options at the 5, and might be disastrous. This means that, if Indiana wants to succeed this year, they almost *need* Goga Bitadze to be playable at worst.

After signing JaKarr Sampson, the Pacers’ roster currently stands at 15. While it’s possible there will be another roster move or two to come with the partially guaranteed guys, as it stands, Goga is going to be critical to the Pacers’ success. He does have some advantages coming in, at the very least. Most college prospects come in having played either against teenagers in AAU-style iso offenses or against inferior talents in motion style systems.

Bitadze is coming in with experience and success against grown men in the EuroLeague at the professional level. His biggest skills (shot blocking, scoring touch, physicality) should translate to the NBA. He’ll get playing time in Indiana. The stars have aligned for Goga to have a real shot right off the bat. There are obstacles to overcome, though.

Rookie big men often struggle adjusting to the physicality of NBA bigs, the speed of the game, and the intricacies of defending NBA offenses. It’s rare to see a big man come in and be a positive player his rookie year. It’s even rarer for a rookie drafted as late as Goga (pick 18) to step in to immediate success. He’s had a bit of success from 3 so far, but isn’t a developed or elite shooter and will have to adjust to the NBA line.

Penny’s 1st bday

Tv & Penny

Wells Bridge

Kohler wisconsin

Warm clothes for penny

Pink coat penny

DQ time

Big and small dog

Colorado 2018

Coming home

First day with penny

Lincoln Park Zoo

Random Penny

Turks 2018

We got Penny!!

fall 20q8

Drumsticks dash