The Heat were a no-brainer pick in the conference finals. Three superstars versus one should be an easy Heat victory. So why did the Bulls coast to a 103-82 Sunday night in game one? One word, depth.
If you haven't heard, a California preacher says the world will end at 6 pm Saturday. Since post time for the Preakness is around 6:15 pm, betting on the race would be a waste of time and money.
This year's Preakness mascot is Kegasus, half man, half horse. The whole idea is to draw "party animals." Let's see, music, lots of beer and a bikini contest. And you wonder why ticket sales are up 17%?
HuffPost's Jordan Schultz broke down the NBA Playoffs on Tuesday with Noah Coslov of CineSport.
Cincinnati's flamboyant wide receiver Chad Ochocinco rode a bull over the weekend in Atlanta. The NFL lockout had better end before he gets stomped to death. By the way, he lasted 1.5 seconds.
As ticket prices rose skyward, some fans didn't think it was worth it to overpay to watch grown men running around in their underwear, trying to toss a rubber sphere into a round wire hoop.
Tiger Woods limped off the golf course yesterday after shooting an ugly six-over-par 42 through nine holes. So the future of the PGA Tour is more of the same. No Tiger.
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...
When you think of Sean Avery of the Rangers, you think of a pest. You somehow don't think of him as being a spokesperson for marriage rights.
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.
George Steinbrenner was lots of things to lots of people, but who knew he was an FBI informant? Was he a super patriot? Nah. It helped him get a pardon for his illegal campaign contributions.
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.
To everyone out there who has ever accused David Stern, his referees and the television networks of predetermining playoff winners, please speak up now. You have some explaining to do.
The Seattle Mariners have dumped Milton Bradley. Not a surprise. Despite being paid $12 million this season, he's batting .218. Which team will now hire him and proclaim, "He's a changed man"?
A 20-1 shot, Animal Kingdom, won the Kentucky Derby. He goes from a horse nobody ever heard of to Preakness favorite. After all, he's Maryland-based.
Are the owners and commissioner really afraid that a pure zone will bottle up the most explosive offensive basketball players in the world? Do they doubt that NBA coaches will be able calculate the means by which to beat the zone?