"He just gives you a presence all the time, that kid. He looks like he never gets tired. He is unique. He's a very unusual player to guard. He's a great player. A great kid. I told him afterward he is special .... He gives you confidence. You always know you have that guy on the court. There is a physicality to this…
Dan Snyder's legal action against Washington City Paper, publisher of "The Cranky Redskins Fan's Guide to Dan Snyder," has dominated D.C.-area news this week. Much has been said about Snyder, but Channel 9 sports anchor Brett Haber said it best last night.
The Bieb showed up at the Knicks game last night, and as celebrities are wont to do, was put up on the Jumbotron. The New York crowd's reaction was overwhelmingly boos. Glorious, glorious boos.
Yesterday, thousands of people went to their favorite sites for watching sports online, only to be greeted by this frankly horrifying banner. They've all been shut down by the government, in an evil conspiracy to force you to purchase NHL Center Ice.
VCU product Jamal Shuler steps to the free throw line with 6 seconds left, his French team up one. What happens next, c'est incroyable.
It only seemed like there were no pro sports on this weekend. But no, there was an NHL All-Star Game and the Pro Bowl, both fun and a little pointless, even though fun's supposed to be the point.
Like the rest of us, Charlie Sheen will die one day, but for a man to so blatantly defy whatever mores that exists in the universe while he fast-tracks to death is truly winner-worthy.
For mysterious reasons, the Heat purchased Hardaway's Miami mansion. Maybe not so mysterious: Hardaway's having problems with unpaid back taxes.
Florida and Georgia played an excellent double-OT game last night. But if you want a recap, go to the AP. If you want video of a player getting towel-whipped in the groin by his own teammate, you've come to the right place.
A major donor to the UConn football program wants his money back, all $3 million of it, because he didn't get enough say in hiring the new head coach. This is how your booster sausage is made, people.
All the furor over Jay Cutler spending the second half on the bench is proof positive that the battle for player safety is an uphill one, and won't be solved with posters and PSAs.
Is there anything worse than press conferences? The same boring questions get asked every time, and answered in the same boring way. Caroline Wozniacki noticed this, and decided she didn't need the media's help to continue on with the charade.
The NFL has ordered new Raiders coach Hue Jackson to end his relationship with "The Ultimate Spray." You'd think it's because the spray contains a banned substance that's almost impossible to test for, but no. It's just procedural stuff.
Al Davis is 81, at least in human years. That he's walking and talking and introducing Hue Jackson as head coach is remarkable. Still, you'll thank me for not going with the hi-res versions of these photos.
We might have to rename this feature Last Night's Blake Griffin, because he simply can't help but be awesome. Seriously, it's physically impossible for him. Here is he scoring all of his 47 points in two minutes. It only feels like realtime.
Friday, the NFL warned teams about going overboard with the trash talk in the media. By "teams," they meant the one team constantly barking. The No Fun League must be thrilled at that one team surviving to yap another week.
Just look at it. Have you ever seen anything so amazing in your life?
Last night's Heat-Clips game was noteworthy not for Heat-Clips, but for Heat-Blake Griffin. The best team in basketball against a throwback to a more physical era. So young, so monstrous. He did not disappoint, although he eventually must.
BYU's Jimmer Fredette hung 47 on Utah last night, three of which came on the shot you see here. If you didn't love watching him already, now you will.
"Limited access" to the team means one thing to normal people like me or you, and another thing entirely to Cecil Newton. Despite Auburn saying he wouldn't be in attendance, there he was, cheering on his son. Season over, Cecil Newton wins.