Today's the day that former Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress gets out of prison. He served 20 months for shooting himself in the leg. The media is speculating where he'll wind up.
In the final seven minutes of the game Dallas outscored Miami 22-5 to escape with a thrilling 95-93 victory to even the series at 1-1. It was Miami's first home loss after 10 wins in this season's playoffs. So what happened?
On Thursday before Game 2, I joined Salt Lake City's 1280 The Zone to talk all things NBA Finals and NBA Draft on The Gordon Monson Show.
We try to deal with all the major issues in sports, such as, does sex help or hurt before a big game? According to French Open champ Francesca Schiavone, "For a woman, sex before a match... is fantastic."
Shaquille O'Neal announced his retirement on Twitter. No tears. No fuss. Just a direct message to his fans. Next thing you know, sports commentators will be rendered obsolete.
If the Mavericks are going to make this a series, they need to be more aggressive on the boards and players not named Dirk Nowitzki need to step up.
You've got to love modern day reporting. David Einhorn's deal to buy a portion of the Mets isn't done, yet all the details are out there. Yup, the reporters have it nailed.
HuffPost's Jordan Schultz broke down the NBA Finals on Tuesday with Noah Coslov of CineSport.
Yesterday morning I appeared on Sporting News national radio with Raheel Ramzanali and David Nuno to break down the NBA Finals.
Stunning news. Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel resigning. His players got illegal benefits, and he lied to the NCAA. It's stunning on two levels. Whoever heard of a coach paying the piper for his misdeeds?
In this year's NBA Finals -- as is true most years -- there's no shortage of players seeking redemption. In fact, out of the combined rosters of the Mavericks and the Heat, only three players have won a championship. That leaves 237 ringless fingers.
In Sunday Indy 500, once again it will be ladies and gentlemen start your engines. There are four women in the race, but the only one you know is Danica Patrick.
The title of this piece is a bit misleading. The Heat will win often this year, maybe upwards of 65 games. They won't win a title though.
James, who was feeling the pressure to live up to the "the greatest of all time" label, does not see himself the way fans or the media does. He does not believe he's the caliber of player of Jordan and Kobe Bryant.
Before the usual Lakers drama heats up, LA fans should kick back, relax and enjoy the latest NBA crown over the coming months--or until our beloved purple and gold champs are dethroned.
Here are five key lessons to take from the NBA Finals that will help your business.