[credit provider=”YouTube”] Chris Pronger sits at home, far from his team, from the end of his contract, and from what should have been a graceful final chapter to a Hall of Fame career. Life for a still-young multi-millionaire has become a search for “good days.” The end began with a […]
How wide open is the 2013 NFL Draft? In Matthew Fairburn’s latest mock draft, he had Sheldon Richardson going with the first overall pick. In mine, he’s not in the top 15. The pending trade for Alex Smith leaves things wide open for the Chiefs. A defensive tackle like Richardson […]
[credit provider=”Joe Robbins/Getty Images”] There was no more surreal moment in Indianapolis than LSU defensive end Sam Montgomery admitting he only gave good effort when it was needed. On the field, teammate Barkevious Mingo helped himself, registering excellent times and answering questions on if he fit as a linebacker in […]
[credit provider=”BBC”] If you, like many, had trouble with NBC’s online stream on Saturday, it’s probably your own fault. Your computer is outdated, your Internet connection can’t handle it or your settings aren’t correct. That’s what Rick Cordella, vice president and general manager of NBC Sports Digital, said, so we […]
[credit provider=”AP Images”] It appears that Dwight Howard will land with the Brooklyn Nets after all, giving New York’s new squad a(nother) intense jolt of energy as its new era begins.The deal reportedly nearing completion isn’t much different than what’s been reported in the past, though apparently Brooklyn is trying […]
Yesterday Rob Neyer penned his final column for ESPN, and today he’s back in the spotlight. Neyer is now a National Baseball Editor for SB Nation and his first piece was published earlier this morning. His departure from ESPN has drawn quite a bit of attention, and he’s even trending […]
On Friday, late night talk show host Conan O’Brien said this:
The Los Angeles Lakers looked absolutely awful against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the first game of their second-round game in the NBA Playoffs.
Any Red Sox fans expecting a mea culpa — or even a simple explanation — from Josh Beckett for playing golf while unable to make his regularly scheduled start or pitch in the recent 17-inning marathon must be new here. Because a simple, “Yeah, not a smart move,” or even […]
[credit provider=”Tulane Public Relations | Flickr” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/tulanesally/3772411614/”] Coach Vinny Del Negro didn’t want to do it, but Chris Paul insisted. When Del Negro relented and put Paul back into Game 1 of the opening-round playoff series between the Los Angeles Clippers and Memphis Grizzlies, venerable Clippers announcer Ralph Lawler openly questioned the move. The Clippers were down […]
[credit provider=”NHL.com” url=”http://video.nhl.com/videocenter/console?hlg=20112012,3,114″] NBC and the NHL have to like the taste of their 10-year television deal right about now. The first round of the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs are in the books, and the American television ratings for this year’s Quarterfinals are in the history books.NBC Sports announced Friday […]
With important college football hair cuts gathering in Florida to map out the future of the sport’s postseason, now’s the time to air any last worries about what sort of playoff we might end up with.
A week before the Super Bowl, the Carolina Panthers revealed a logo redesign, the team’s first since its inception in 1995. The new Carolina Panther, according to the team’s press release, is more “streamlined” and “aggressive,” while fans shrugged and said, “Sure, I guess.”
The suspensions from the Saints‘ bounty system. The logo for the 2014 Pro Bowl. New uniforms from Nike. The decisions that guide the NFL — ranging from today’s headlines to events fans haven’t considered yet — all happen at the NFL’s headquarters on Park Avenue in New York: four floors of a […]
The Minnesota Vikings are hoping that 2012 can be a rebuilding year following a disastrous season that saw them go 3-13 under head coach Leslie Frazier.
Many believe Kentucky could beat the NBA’s Washington Wizards and quite a lot of discussion has focused on how good the Wildcats are instead of how dangerous Louisville might be.
The NFL Competition Committee revealed on a Wednesday conference call a proposal to extend the NFL trade deadline. The committee’s proposed change the bylaws would move the trade deadline from Week 6 to Week 8 of the regular season.