LeBron James' epic flopping in Miami's smackdown of the Knicks, 100-67, the big news was the torn ACL of Bulls star guard Derrick Rose late in Chicago's 103-91 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers, which will keep him out for the rest of the postseason. What does this mean for the top seed in the East?
On this upcoming Saturday on the FOX Saturday Baseball Game of the Week, a troika of matchups will be featured, one of which you will receive on your FOX affiliate (and no other one, not even on Extra Innings because of the arcane blackout rules). These games are a rematch of last year's National League Championship Series as the Brew Crew head down I-55 to take on the Cardinals in St. Louis, a showdown between the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, who have disappointed somewhat in the early going, and the Cleveland Indians as well as an AL Central match between the Kansas City Royals and the Minnesota Twins. Here are the announcers and distribution splits for MLB on Fox this Saturday.
as done by Jay Glazer, and the Cleveland Browns have traded the fourth overall selection as well as their selections in the fourth, fifth and seventh rounds to move up one spot as the Minnesota Vikings trade them the third overall selection. The Browns did this clearly with an eye on Alabama running back Trent Richardson. Here's my analysis.
Charley Casserly reported only a few hours ago that Buffalo is looking at trading up for left tackle Matt Kalil. Here is why it is a move that absolutely makes sense.
in the fan vote to become the cover guy. The game they know as Megatron absolutely deserves getting on the cover as he is the clear best receiver in football and his numbers last season were ridiculous (96 catches, 1,681 receiving yards, 16 touchdowns). And there not like some kind of curse on players who appear on the cover or anything.
had disappeared, we all wondered how will we fill that void that the goofy and bizarre tweets that Canseco made. Well not to worry because as usual, Canseco had it all taken care of.
Some aliens deleted my acc.— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) April 24, 2012
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as they plan to leave once their lease expires in 2015. Their future out on the island is in major question, mostly after the plan for a new arena was voted down in a referendum last year. There is a new arena being built on Long Island, that of course is the Barclays Center, which will open this fall as home of the soon to be Brooklyn Nets in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Gary Bettman, commissioner of the NHL, doesn't think the arena will be viable while Brett Yormark, CEO of the New Jersey Nets and Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment, says it is. But is it really?
The NFL Draft is only days away with folks like myself blowing up the web with mock drafts over who we think will be going where. So in this mock draft, I have some guest writers, all folks looking to go into the sports jounalism profession, with their own mocks all pieced together here. Let's take a look at the mock mob.
As has been suggested for a while, new New Orleans Hornets owner Tom Benson wanted to change the name of his new team, considering the fact that Hornets and New Orleans really do not go together and they should have changed their name when they move from Charlotte. Benson then said he wanted the name of the Jazz, who originated in New Orleans, but the Jazz said they aren't giving up their name (considering jazz music and Utah really go together, just look at their logo, it has mountains on it). So what should the Hornets change their nickname to?