Last season was plagued by injuries to the league’s most noted stars, but this offseason proved to be full of action: the draft, big announcements, players sporting new jerseys, coaching changes and the controversies – just to name a few.
LeBron James “heroically” returned home, leaving many with no choice but to embrace the game’s best player. Here are 5 candidates to become the NBA’s next villain.
Everyone has their opinions — unfortunately, some of them are just better than others. Here are the 7 worst opinions circulating around the sports world today.
LeBron James singularly orchestrated the Big Three union. And now that he has opted out of his Miami Heat contract, he’s once again the Alpha Male of pro sports. Teams are scrambling to find the proper finances and expiring contracts, flipping over cushions for salary cap coin.
Protective injury gear is becoming more popular in professional sports these days and athletes are taking the opportunity to make a fashion statement (and endorsement deals). So who wore theirs the best?
From Donald Sterling and Steve Coburn to Tonya Harding and Mike Tyson, here are some other notable awkward apologies from the world of sports.
Shawn Marion entered Tuesday’s game against the Lakers with a bum ankle and exited it with a shoulder contusion, a story line almost important as the Dallas Mavericks’ 110-97 home victory itself.
The first All-Star voting returns are in, and there aren’t really any surprises at the top. LeBron James and Kevin Durant are the top vote-getters. After that, things start to get weird.
The Miami Heat star and four-time league MVP tops the NBA’s global list of jersey sales for this past season, according to numbers released Tuesday.
by @TaraLipinskyMore Columns here. In this week’s That Thing You Missed, Kobe Bryant on Dwight Howard’s Departure, is this the fastest man in the NFL, what it looks like to catch a homerun with your head and […]
Mike Fisher says the Mavs find themselves in an embarrassing position as they lose to the Suns and then are eliminated from the playoffs for the first time in 12 years.
The Los Angeles Times reports that Kobe Bryant might not be the only person upset with Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban’s comments about the Lakers possibly amnestying the future Hall-of-Famer.