The New York Knicks have won 6-straight games – yes, the longest streak in the NBA – and have somehow been doing it without Tyson Chandler and Amare Stoudemire.
So what has been been the key? J.R. Smith, of course.
But this time, it is not what he is doing, but what he is not doing. Continue reading
The Heat lose! The streak is over! LeBron is sad!
The Chicago Bulls knocked off the Miami Heat tonight, 101-97, for Miami’s first loss in 27 games.
GIFs and videos ahead! Continue reading
The Yankees traded for Angels outfielder Vernon Wells, today. It is a relatively low-risk trade [monetarily] that might allow the Yankees to break even next year.
But the real question is, was it worth it? Continue reading
15-seed Florida Gulf Coast knocked off #7 San Diego State Sunday night, 81-71.
The only undefeated team in NCAA Tournament History is now the first 15 seed to ever make the Sweet 16. Continue reading
In one of the biggest upsets in NCAA history, 15-seed Florida Gulf Coast has defeated #2 Georgetown, 78-68 in the second round of the tournament.
A game full of exciting dunks, Florida GC overwhelmed G-Town from the start and eliminated the often disappointing in the postseason, Hoyas. Continue reading
The New York Rangers escaped last night with a shootout victory over the Carolina Hurricanes, 2-1. The offense, still struggling, was able to get something going in the 2nd when Canes goalie, Dan Ellis, was bowled over by Captain Ryan Callahan, leading to a Derek Stepan rebound goal.
They would not find the net again until the shootout, where Rick Nash and J.T. Miller would score two amazing goals to win the game.
Pistons point guard, Brandon Knight is no more. Not after what the Clippers DeAndre Jordan did to him, Sunday night.
Knight was left in the middle all alone as the Clips center came rumbling in. Chris Paul sent up the pass and Jordan posterized Knight. Continue reading
There was a lot of rightful concern for what happened to New York Rangers star, Marc Staal last night.
But a light and funny blooper happened at the end of the game that we can all get a laugh at.
Speedster Carl Hagelin tried to run out the clock last night during a 4-2 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers and temporarily forgot he plays hockey and not soccer. Continue reading
In a scary moment Tuesday night, New York Rangers defenseman, Marc Staal, took a puck straight to his eye during the 3rd period of their matchup with the Philadelphia Flyers at Madison Square Garden.
The MSG crowd went silent as he remained down writhing in pain while trainers rushed onto the ice.
Think you have seen an amazing basketball highlight recently? This one blows it all away.
Mt. Vernon was leading New Rochelle 60-58, in the New York High School Section 1 Class AA Championship Game. With 2.9 seconds remaining, New Ro was about to inbounds the ball. No one could predict what would occur. [Video Ahead]