In a closely contested game of runs, the Miami Heat held off the Dallas Mavericks 88-86 - the difference in this game was the play of Dwyane Wade.
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.
When armchair statisticians try and hold LeBron up to Michael, there is an omnipresent variable they somehow seem to forget: Michael Jordan is the face of athleticism.
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.
For the opportunity to witness a piece of the first Stanley Cup Title since the days of Orr, fans are paying a hefty premium over the regular season average price -- 1,220% to be exact.
Yesterday morning I appeared on Sporting News national radio with Raheel Ramzanali and David Nuno to break down the NBA Finals.
As disliked as Barry Bonds is outside the Bay area, here's something he did right. He has offered to pay for college for the two kids of the Giants fan who was beaten outside Dodger Stadium.
It's nice and all that NFL owners have adopted some new rules for player safety, but aren't their efforts misguided? Shouldn't they spend every waking moment negotiating with the players?
I recently appeared on two sports radio stations, discussing the NBA's conference finals, and taking a glance ahead at the upcoming NBA Draft in June.
HuffPost's Jordan Schultz broke down the two conference finals on Tuesday (5/24) with Noah Coslov of CineSport.
Mets owner Fred Wilpon's honest comments about his players are making the sports pages. On David Wright: "A really good kid. A very good player. Not a superstar."
Here's a pleasant thought. None other than that noted crime expert Ray Lewis, the Baltimore linebacker, has issued this dire warning. If there's no NFL football, crime will go up.
I recently appeared on three sports radio programs from across the country to break down the NBA Playoffs and the upcoming NBA Draft.
In a couple of weeks, women badminton players will have to wear skirts "to ensure the attractive presentation of badminton." Shorts, tights or tracksuit bottoms may still be worn, as long as they're underneath the skirt.