Baseball is king this weekend as hockey is done until Wednesday and the NBA does not get under way until tonight at 8:00 p.m. when Philly and Boston meet up for Game 7. Enjoy the day being inside avoiding that one weird uncle you all have.
It's a lovely spring afternoon in April, and that means a full slate of MLB games. Yu Darvish has already thrown 27 fewer first inning pitches against the Twins than in his first start of the year. The Machine and his Angels are in the Bronx against the Yankees. Later today, the Rays play the Sox in Fenway, which…
Onward and upward we go. Vanderbilt and Wisconsin tip off at 6:10 p.m (TNT), VCU and Indiana follow up an hour later at 7:10 p.m. (TBS) and Iowa State and Kentucky gets going at 7:45 p.m (CBS). Colorado and Baylor tips off at 8:40 on TNT and New Mexico and Lousiville are the night cap at 9:40 on TBS. Discuss all the…
There are four remaining games (three of them at 1 p.m.) scheduled today and then "March Madness" officially begins. Or continues. Whatevs.
They play college basketball on Sunday, too! Feel free to talk about that and other goings on in the college basketball world down below.
Well, the day started off with a bang (bomb?) that will be hard to top, but let's try. Chat about tonight's games down below.
Our boys already won their last match before heading to South Africa, with a deceptively impressive 2-1 win over Turkey. How will the other, non-awesome, nations fare today? [Soccernet]
Will Bulls-Cavs be half as good as Bulls-Celtics? Will the Atlanta Hawks learn to "Fear the Deer?" Can the Celtics shake off some half-season rust and stop Los Heat? Will the Nuggets rally in the name of their ailing coach?
People without access to the internet or cable television or the outside world in general don't know it yet, but snowboarder Lindsey Jacobellis drifted off course today and lost her chance at what Tom Brokaw couldn't wait to call "redemption."
Here's where you can watch Nate Robinson and Shannon Brown battle it out for who can make the most dunks that make other NBA players stomp feet and throw towels, all with canned expressions of astonishment. [NBA]