HuffPost's Jordan Schultz broke down the NBA Playoffs on Thursday with Noah Coslov of CineSport. The two talked about how impressive it was for Miami...
We talked at length about how impressive the Memphis Grizzlies have been thus far in the playoffs, and why unheralded guys like Tony Allen and Shane Battier have been so instrumental to their success.
We talked at length about the Celtics' surprising inability to close late down the stretch of Game 4, and just how impressive LeBron James was with his 35 points and 14 rebounds.
The NFL labor deadline is today at 5pm. Both sides took shots at each other yesterday. Way to engender sympathy from the fans, guys.
According to the National Enquirer, none other than actress Cameron Diaz has made it her mission to find Tiger Woods dates. Just thought you'd like to know.
After every Heat loss, the media tries to speculate about what's going wrong with the team that was supposed to be a can't-miss champion: Is it the co...
Former Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress has a June get out of jail card. His agent, of course, says Burress' football future is bright.
LeBron and his NBA teammates aren't "soldiers." The seventh game of the World Series isn't an epic "battle" and NFL players have never gone out on Sunday and played in a "war."
The Knicks go into Miami and knock off the Heat 91-86, as Amar'e Stoudemire blocks LeBron James' layup in the final seconds.
That tweet couldn't possibly have been received well no matter what happened.
No matter how you cut it, ESPN's July special focused on LeBron James' free agency hosted by Jim Gray left a bad taste with the sports world.
Since Patrick Ewing's retirement, the Knicks have gone from bad to comically absurd. It's time for some competence in New York basketball -- as opposed to another train wreck.
To a sports fan, seeing the thrill of victory in person is the ultimate reward. Unfortunately, not every game turns out the way you want it to. If yo...
I recently spoke with Hoop Dreams director Steve James about his new film, his involvement in the ESPN series "30 by 30," and why his films tend to focus on the sports world.
When you enter the Cleveland arena, the boos will be cacophonous, creative, and cruel. When the crowd starts raining the hate, put your hand by your ear and demand they go louder. Be the bad guy.