All of my football friends were out of town this weekend, and I can't stand to watch a game alone, so I decided to invite my tailors -- Wang, Patel and Rabinowitz -- over to watch some NFL action on Sunday.
Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith were very wrong about the NBA's best coach, and their integrity as high-profile, respected sports journalists should compel them to say so.
The shame should really be on all of us, not just Richard Sherman. Sportsmanship should be the topic, with an emphasis on respect.
Bill Belichick has a fondness for versatility, and Tebow has the physical attributes to be a contributor on the field. So what will his role be in New England?
Jon Stewart was effective in dismantling Crossfire, so maybe he should be brought in to clean up the mess at First Take.
Liberals and conservatives alike should stop watching cable news until one of the three major stations (MSNBC, Fox, and CNN) puts on a show focused on presenting viewers with honest arguments.
I wish people would acknowledge Jeremy Lin's incredible story and his racial struggles, but focus more on his on-court performance rather than how the public views his image.
Skip Bayless is absolutely unwatchable. His shtick is tired and deliberate. Its sole purpose is to rile up the masses and garner attention. That goes for viewers and athletes alike.
Tonight, LeBron tells us where he's going, and unless something changes, he's going to Miami. He could stay with Cleveland. He could have gone to NY, turned the Knicks into contenders. Instead, he appears to have chosen safety.