COMMENTARY | With both Luol Deng and Kirk Hinrich out for the third consecutive game, the Chicago Bulls need to incorporate Rip Hamilton into the rotation a little more. More »Chicago Bulls: Why Rip Hamilton Could Be a Helping Hand
COMMENTARY | The Cincinnati Bengals could learn a thing or two about using two talented tight ends from a team such as the New England Patriots. More »Cincinnati Bengals Smart to Study the New England Patriots
COMMENTARY | One of the biggest questions in Reds Country right now surrounds Johnny Cueto's return from the disabled list. While Tony Cingrani has arguably earned a spot over Mike Leake, he's younger and could use some more time in the minors. More »What the Cincinnati Reds Should Do in Left Field
COMMENTARY | Vitor Belfort will welcome Luke Rockhold into the Ultimate Fighting Championship on May 18, when the promotion returns to Brazil for the UFC on FX 8 fight card. The event will be held at the Arena Jaraguá in Santa Catarina. More »UFC on FX 8 Predictions
Jeff Gordon at 700 Starts: Does He Rank on the Level of Dale Earnhardt, Richard Petty and David Pearson?Yahoo! Contributor Network - Mon, May 13, 2013 2:49 AM EDT
COMMENTARY | Reaching 700 starts is big in NASCAR. More »Jeff Gordon at 700 Starts: Does He Rank on the Level of Dale Earnhardt, Richard Petty and David Pearson?
COMMENTARY | In boxing, achieving true stardom often has just as much to do with outside-the-ring controversy as it does with in-ring proficiency. However, there are fans that couldn't care less about tabloid boxing gossip and just want to follow honest, earnest fighters guaranteed to execute at the highest levels of the sport. More »10 Underrated Fighters You Should Know (But Probably Don’t)
COMMENTARY | UFC heavyweight Roy Nelson has been on a tear lately, racking up wins against Cheick Kongo, Matt Mitrione, and Dave Herman. More »Roy Nelson on Possibly Replacing Mark Hunt at UFC 160: "I'm Down to Fight Anybody"
COMMENTARY | As the exciting stages of free agency and the NFL draft have come and gone, the Oakland Raiders still find themselves without a veteran wide receiver. More »NFL Rumors: Oakland Raiders Should Sign Brandon Lloyd
COMMENTARY | It didn't make sense when it happened, and a month and a half into the 2013 season, it still doesn't make sense. More »Blue Jays SP R.A. Dickey on Pace for Career Worst Season
COMMENTARY | Lifelong adult wrestling fans love to reminisce about the WWE Attitude Era, NWO, ECW, the Rock and Wrestling Connection, and other great angles from the past. Although they're past their primes, the legends of the ring always get a huge "pop" when they make cameo appearances. If these ring veterans could have just one more WWE match against a smart opponent who'd take care of them, fans would enjoy the experience immensely. More »Top 10 Wrestlers Who Should Have One More WWE Match
COMMENTARY | Both Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur took care of business this weekend. It's now your move, Arsenal. More »Tottenham Rally at Stoke, Keeping Their Champions League Hopes Alive
COMMENTARY | The Los Angeles Dodgers spent a lot of money on Korean import Hyun-Jin Ryu this winter. So far, he's making them look awfully smart. More »Los Angeles Dodgers Rookie Hyun-Jin Ryu Consistently Good in First Eight Starts
COMMENTARY | Five games under .500 with a record of 14-19. That's where the New York Mets find themselves less than a quarter of the way into the 2013 season. More »Aside from Matt Harvey, the New York Mets' Rotation is in Need of Repair
COMMENTARY | LPGA Tour player Belen Mozo made a younger fan's dream come true on Saturday night, accompanying a Knoxville, Tenn. high-school student to his prom on Saturday night. More »LPGA Player Belen Mozo Takes Fan to His Prom
COMMENTARY | It's not often you hear a seventh-round pick being heralded as a potential star, but that's exactly what the Cincinnati Bengals may have found with former Ohio State offensive tackle Reid Fragel. More »Cincinnati Bengals Have a Potential Star in Ohio State’s Reid Fragel
Without having to play, FC Barcelona on Saturday accomplished the formality of mathematically winning the La Liga title, which had been regarde d as a fait accompli many months before the official outcome. Any year in which Barça wins the league crown against fierce rival Real Madrid must be regarded as a good year, so Blaugrana fans, Catalans or just citizens of the world, will celebrate this title, the fourth in five years and the 22 th in club history, for which the players and coach Tito Vilanova and his chief assistant Jordi Roura deserve congratulations. More »FC Barcelona's 22nd La Liga Title Belongs Entirely to Messi
COMMENTARY | The first three games of this year's NBA Eastern Conference semifinal series between the New York Knicks and Indiana Pacers have revealed an alarming theme for Knicks fans. More »Soft New York Knicks Will Need to Toughen Up to Get by Pacers
COMMENTARY | Good drivers aren't hard to come by. There's a ton of talented competitors in lower series just waiting for the right opportunity to show they have the goods to compete in Cup. More »Matt Kenseth Has Emerged as the Team Leader Joe Gibbs Racing Desperately Needed
COMMENTARY | Major League Baseball is not like the NFL where player contracts aren't always worth the price of the toilet paper on which they are written. In the MLB, if a player signs a contract for $250 million then the team is generally on the hook for the full ¼ of $1 billion. Thanks to the Atlanta Braves signing B.J. Upton to the most lucrative deal in franchise history, fans can now look forward to a long, long future of Upton clogging up the balance sheet. More »Atlanta Braves: Is B.J. Upton the Most Overpaid Player in MLB History?
COMMENTARY | Late last week it was revealed that Manny Pacquiao had requested random blood and urine testing for his upcoming bout on November 23 with Brandon Rios in Macau. On Friday, it was confirmed that the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA) would be the organization entrusted with the task of testing both fighters. More »Manny Pacquiao Demands PEDs Testing for Rios Bout: Is This Hypocrisy or Common Sense?
COMMENTARY | All NBA season long, the Chicago Bulls have defied the odds. Missing superstar Derrick Rose the entire time and a host of starters and key role players along the way, the team has managed to make it into the second round of the postseason. Not only did the Bulls make it this far, they did so in dramatic fashion-- defeating the Brooklyn Nets, in Brooklyn, to take a deciding Game 7 in the first round of the playoffs and shocking the Miami Heat at home in Game 1 of the second. The Bulls have become the epitome of heart and toughness. ... More »Chicago Bulls Uncharacteristically Making Excuses
COMMENTARY | While Mark Hunt and UFC officials try to sort out visa issues that could prevent "The Super Samoan" from gaining entry into the U.S. for his May 25 encounter against Junior dos Santos, "Cigano" remains solely focused on destroying the New Zealander. More »Junior Dos Santos Vows to Stop Mark Hunt at UFC 160
COMMENTARY | When the Los Angeles Dodgers made that blockbuster August trade with the Boston Red Sox, there were many key pieces and much talent going back and forth (as well as a ton of money). More »Nick Punto Ranks Third on the Los Angeles Dodgers in WAR, Because of Course He Does
COMMENTARY | The greatest wrestlers in recent memory combined extraordinary athleticism with outstanding work behind the microphone. The ability to tell a story and convince fans to care about your character are necessary job requirements of today's wrestlers as managers are utilized less frequently. Some wrestlers are such outstanding public speakers that they actually get their own talk shows. More »Top 5 Pro Wrestling Talk Shows in History
New York Giants special teams coordinator Tom Quinn doesn't say much, but when asked if he thought running back David Wilson, who dazzled as a kickoff returner last year, might be able to juggle double duty this season, Quinn smiled. More »New York Giants Search for New Return Men