Week 12 of our NFL kicks off with not one, not two, but THREE games on this Thanksgiving Day. What should we expect this week?
The Boston Celtics weren’t at their best Wednesday night, and Dion Waiters—along with the rest of the Miami Heat—made them pay for it.
The San Antonio Spurs have been without their superstar, Kawhi Leonard, all season long. And now, Gregg Popovich has given us an update… sort of.
After spending most of his time on the sidelines, Darrelle Revis is back on a roster and will play on a two-year contract.
Less than one week after giving Nathan Peterman a shot, the Buffalo Bills are moving on… by going back to Tyrod Taylor.
The New England Patriots are coasting to another postseason berth. But with Brady and Belichick still going strong, is there any end in sight?
Lonzo Ball and his Lakers are struggling more often than not to start the season, and LaVar believes it’s because LA doesn’t know how to coach his son.
Wednesday morning, for whatever reason, president Donald Trump decided he was going to tweet about LaVar Ball. So here we are.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones may no longer be attempting ot sue the NFL, but don’t think for one second that he’s going anywhere.
The Raiders rank 26th in total defense and have yet to catch an interception through ten games, the longest streak in NFL history.
After rough showings by both Trevor Siemian and Brock Osweiler this season, the team is turning to their former first-round pick to turn the season around.
With the MLB offseason rolling along, it appears that a favorite for Giancarlo Stanton has arrived. Are we close to a deal?
Week 11 of the NFL season has come and gone, with the Cowboys, Seahawks and Rams all searching for answers. Will they find them?
DeMarcus Cousins is an extraordinary basketball player. But time and time again, his temper gets in the way. So the MVP took advantage.
As it stands, the Pittsburgh Steelers will be the No. 1 seed in the AFC. But that’ll mean nothing if they can’t topple the Patriots.
Early Monday morning, news broke in Dallas County that someone had died in a car accident. A little while later, reports confirmed it was Terry Glenn.
The Broncos offense has been struggling as of late. The have the second worst turnover margin (-16) and rank 24th in points per game (18.3).
The Saints are now on an eight-game winning streak since starting 0-2, but the news brings a dark cloud over the celebration.