Former 76ers forward Clarence Weatherspoon has three sons all playing basketball. Two of them Nick and Quinndary play for Mississippi State. The third, Brandon, is a high school senior, and he plays as well for Canton, Mississippi.
Clarence is a coach for Southern Miss. Both of his sons who played over
This winter has been a whirlwind for Mets fans. Nobody believed they were “really” in on Bryce Harper, so they could easily ignore that. Many shook their heads as they chose Travis d’Arnaud over Wilmer Flores, but that’s still small potatoes. Trying to acquire Robinson Cano seems to be just
Brady Tkachuk loves hockey. Hockey brings his joy and that joy is passed on to his teammates on and off the ice. You can tell, even as a rookie, that he’s one of the most popular players on the team. Even if he was a mucker and grinder, he’d still
This is the time of year for sports book giving and getting. Below are the top choices from your favorite critic.
THE PATS by Glenn Stout and Richard A. Johnson (Houghton Mifflin $35.00, 365 pages) gets my vote for the best sports book of 2018. Detailed, carefully crafted, filled with fun,
BALA CYNWYD, PA – November 2018 – West Laurel Hill Cemetery, in partnership with the Hobey Baker Memorial Award Foundation, is pleased to commemorate the legendary hockey player Hobart (Hobey) Baker upon the 100thanniversary of his passing. Historic West Laurel Hill Cemetery, the final resting place of Hobey Baker, will
Hear what Devonte Graham thinks about the Charlotte Hornets and owner, Michael Jordan.
No Heavy Lifting is the latest tome from Rob Simpson, sometimes author, always a morning radio host on Sirius NHL Network Radio. Versed on all sports, this book shows off his versatility and fun nature as he toured around the world chronicling many of his adventures.
ECW Press has a winner
This isn’t R.A. Dickey we’re talking about here. That trade was explainable, and Noah Syndergaard was a part of that deal. Top prospect, Travis d’arnaud was the jewel of the deal. At least that’s what the Mets thought and so far it’s been the opposite and it will stay that
Here are some player notes from players who don’t get a lot of press.
Christian O’Neill– 5-11, 175 – LW - Freshman –He’s strong around the net. On the second line. He moves the puck up quickly into the offensive zone up the wall. He has good communication with his teammates
With the recent announcement of a new class of inductees to the Baseball Hall of Fame, the skeletons in the closet come front and center once again.
Pete Rose and and "Shoeless Joe" are becoming baseball's odd couple - both ineligible for the Hall of Fame because of a lifetime ban,