Ballerball is a satirical basketball blog. It’s fun and it’s trivial – just like the sport we love. Please don’t take us too seriously.
Jason Gallagher is the founder and editor-in-chief of Ballerball. He is the co-founder of Six Hours Short Productions. You may email him at email@example.com and follow him on Twitter @jgallagher41.
Tyler Parker is the Contributing Editor for Ballerball. He’s got a weekly column over at Daily Thunder. He is a graduate of The Second City’s Conservatory and the iO Theater in Chicago. He performs at the latter. He played small college ball at Oklahoma Baptist University. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on twitter with @Tpisme. Shouts out to Fort Gibson.
Ryan Weisert is just a guy who found our e-mail address. He owns a Gateway laptop, a Blackberry Torch, and a Kindle because Steve Jobs once cut him in line at a Dunkin Donuts. He is the creator of a sports and pop culture blog called Spectavius. He also writes for ESPN TrueHoop Valley of the Suns. Follow him on Twitter @Spectavius and forgive him in advance for his Dallas Cowboys fandom.
John Sabine is a contributor to Ballerball and grew up in Dallas. After graduating from Santa Clara University he moved to Chicago where he is an actor and improvisor with The Second City and iO. He thinks the Dallas Mavericks winning the 2011 NBA Championship is the greatest thing to ever happen. Follow him on Twitter @Jsabine214
Tim Baltz is a contributor to Ballerball and grew up in Joliet, IL. He pounded the rock at the Briggs YMCA off I-80, and wouldn’t be caught dead at the Galowich Y, which was for soft, cake-eating, non-ballers. He’s an alumni of the Second City e.t.c and Mainstage. You can follow him on Twitter @btimothee. Alonzo Mourning, Scottie Pippen, and 1992 Skybox Series 2 for life.
Mark Colomb was the host of a lightly listened to Chicago podacst called The Poor Choices Show. He currently hosts the An Hour With Your Ex podcast. He writes and films short videos with Chicago comedians. You can find him on twitter @poorchoiceshost and his website markcolomb.com . He loves The Warriors and hates rooting for winning teams.
Chris Trew is a comedian and writer based out of New Orleans and Austin. He’s a devout fan of the Pelicans and co-founder of the comedy theater The New Movement. He tours the country regularly, hosts the weekly podcast Trew to the Game, manages professional wrestler as a member of Anarchy Championship Wrestling and really, really wants you to Focus Up. Chris also is the host and face of the 5th professional sport, the Air Sex Championships. Follow him on Twitter here and read his website here.
Special Thanks: JD Reeves for designing a lot of our original graphics and wonderful banner. Visit his site at www.jdreeves.com.