If Mets fans were hoping that Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban would buy into the Mets, they can forget it. Cuban told Jimmy Kimmel the other night that he won't be an investor.
The NFL labor deadline is today at 5pm. Both sides took shots at each other yesterday. Way to engender sympathy from the fans, guys.
The New Jersey Devils, once at the bottom of professional sports in the fan engagement category, have become one of the leaders in a league that uses the digital space better than any other.
This past New Year's Day, the NHL staged it's latest Bridgestone Winter Classic. We asked NHL COO John Collins his thoughts on what it means for sports business as a whole.
Sometimes catastrophe is the perfect catalyst for making lemonade from lemons. Such was the case when I skated with 2006 Torino Olympic silver medalist Sasha Cohen.
If a blogger acts professional and does their homework, then companies may respect them. But if you are interested in blogging about sports, that is probably less true.
So how's this LeBron thing working out in Miami? They lost at home to Indiana last night, 93-77. They are 8-6, a worse record than Miami had last year after 14 games.
This week, we feature music by Ian Hunter, Phoenix, Brendan Benson and more.
The NHL is more than happy to profit from the enmity of its players. So it's a bit rich that they decide to cry foul when athletes actually act as if they have some sort of personal investment in their craft.
Many Americans are maxing out on their unemployment benefits amid cries from Republicans that they're lazy bums who should get a job. Sure, there's on...
This week we had two great pieces of news to report: charges again Lt. Dan Choi for chaining himself to the White House fence were dismissed plus Arge...
Today a group of professional athletes and Olympians boarded a fishing boat to tour the oil devastation on the Gulf Coast. Then they held Sierra Club-hosted conference to share their impressions of the damage.
Trading Jaroslav Halak, the goalie who just led the underdog Canadiens to the Eastern Conference Finals, certainly qualifies as one hell of a calculated gamble.
"What's the news?" one character asks another in As You Like It. The answer entails "much good sport." Celia then asks, "Sport! of what color? Nowadays, of all colors.
Strasburg represents baseball's foray into the world of "super hype" that has surrounded players in other sports but has yet to break through into our national pastime.
"Shot and a gooooooaaaal!" This was a very good night for all hockey fans in America.