Rick Nash scored for the fifth straight game, Mats Zuccarello scored two more, and Derek Stepan added a penalty shot in the New York Rangers 7-3 beating of the New Jersey Devils at Yankee Stadium, Sunday. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: January 2014
Carmelo Anthony Breaks The MSG and Knicks Record For Points in a Single Game in Win Over The Bobcats
With the Knicks falling apart because of injury and turmoil, Carmelo Anthony decided to do some breaking of his own tonight.
Melo moved past Bernard King and Kobe Bryant in the Knicks and Madison Square Garden record books, setting a franchise, arena, and career record for points in a single game, blasting off for 62 tonight versus the Bobcats. Continue reading
We started the season under the guise that perhaps Iman Shumpert could get traded at some point. Fans pointed towards his defense and those few foreshadowing sparks of offense he has had over his career as signs that there was potential that we could not overlook.
Richard Sherman Yells and Acts Crazy In a Postgame Interview With Erin Andrews; Seahawks Beat 49ers To Advance to Super Bowl 48
The Seattle Seahawks beat the San Francisco 49ers 23-17 to advance to Super Bowl 48 on a last-minute
interception tip by Richard Sherman that fell into the hands of fellow defender Malcolm Smith.
It was a heck of a play, but what happened next will probably be what everyone is talking about tomorrow. Continue reading
The Jets announced an agreement with Rex Ryan that surpasses the rumored one-year extension that was reported after the season.
While we still do not know the exact parameters of the deal, how does it change the lookout for the Jets going forward? Continue reading
Dan LeBatard Is Not a Hero, But He’s the Baseball Hall-of-Fame-Voting Writer We Need [Thanks, Deadspin]
Today, it was revealed that the long unknown writer who Deadspin procured a Baseball Hall of Fame ballot from was from Miami Herald and ESPN host, Dan LeBatard.
It will be controversial and LeBatard will surely be crushed by his peers – who take the vote seriously enough to be outraged but not serious enough to fill out proper ballots – but should be seen as a person who helped shed a bit of light on a broken process. Continue reading
Aaron Rodgers Really Really Likes Women…and How That Affects The Perception of Gay Athletes in the NFL
Aaron Rodgers felt compelled to go on a Wisconsin radio station the other day and put out a minor rumor that he may be gay.
Spoiler: he denied it.
This rumor had not spread so far that he really needed to say anything, but yet he felt like he needed to address it as many athletes have in the past (i.e. Mike Piazza).
But he still talked. The important question is, “Why?” Continue reading