COMMENTARY | Life is defined by how one responds to opportunity. More »Tiger Can End Feud With Sergio by Accepting Apology
COMMENTARY | Part three of a seven-part series predicting 2013 statistics for key Arizona Cardinals players continues with the stable of running backs. More »Arizona Cardinals 2013 Statistical Predictions: Which Running Back Will Emerge as No. 1?
COMMENTARY | Matt Kemp's struggles this season have been noted. The Los Angeles Dodgers' best player has been anything but this season, posting a -0.8 wins above replacement. More »Los Angeles Dodgers Need to Put Matt Kemp on the Disabled List Until He's Healthy
COMMENTARY | Every season there's at least one player on every team that is wildly out of place on a major-league roster. More »Los Angeles Dodgers Must Demote Luis Cruz -- for Good
COMMENTARY | The Cincinnati Bengals are coming off yet another stellar draft. The talent that they acquired within the first four rounds of the draft should all see action during the regular season in 2013. More »Cincinnati Bengals: Projecting Rookie Performances in 2013
COMMENTARY | There has been no hiding the fact that Arsenal F.C. are in the market for a top of the line striker during this summer's transfer market. While current Arsenal strikers Theo Walcott, Olivier Giroud, and Lukas Podolski tallied 36 combined goals in the Barclay's Premier League this past season, Arsenal team management (and fans) want to add a world class forward to the mix for the 2013-2014 season. Names such as Stevan Jovetić, Gonzalo Higuaín, Wayne Rooney, and Edinson Cavani have all been in the British newspapers as possible incoming Arsenal transfers. ... More »Transfer Market: The Best Option for Arsenal
COMMENTARY | New York Jets players are ready to move on from veteran quarterback Mark Sanchez to rookie quarterback Geno Smith, at least according to one unnamed player. More »Do New York Jets Players Want to Move on from Mark Sanchez?
COMMENTARY | In the next few days, some 300,000 fans or so will flock to the west side of Indianapolis for the Indy 500. It looks like the weather will be quite a bit more bearable than last year, so expect that number to be on the higher end. More »Indy 500 2013: Underdogs Who Can Win
COMMENTARY | Tim Leiweke is keeping his list of targets to be Toronto's next general manager close to his vest, but by reading the tea leaves it's becoming clear who he may be looking at. More »Potential Candidates to Be the Next General Manager of the Toronto Raptors
COMMENTARY | The New York Mets have a day off on May 23rd, but that won't take the sting out of their 17-27 record. The offense is getting plenty of negative publicity, but the starting pitching has also struggled. New York's 4.37 ERA and 1.37 WHIP both rank in the lower half of Major League Baseball. More »What Could the 2014 New York Mets' Starting Rotation Look Like?
COMMENTARY | When you are a team like the 2013 Chicago Cubs, you need a lot to go right on a daily basis to win baseball games. The offense has been generally under-powered, the defense inconsistent, and the bullpen is a train-wreck. The lone, consistent bright spot has been the starting pitching. More »Chicago Cubs Continue to Waste Quality Starting Pitching
The NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 is scheduled for May 26 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. This will be the twelfth Sprint Cup Series race of 2013. Kasey Kahne won the Coca-Cola 600 in 2012 and plans to compete this year. More »NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 Schedule for May 26, 2013
COMMENTARY | According to Darnell Mayberry of The Oklahoman, GM Sam Presti and the Oklahoma City Thunder will not use the NBA's amnesty clause on starting center Kendrick Perkins. More »Oklahoma City Thunder Avoid Amnestying Kendrick Perkins
COMMENTARY | LeBron James and the Miami Heat bested Paul George and the Indiana Pacers last night in Game 2 of the 2013 NBA Eastern Conference Finals. But a lingering question wafts the air after Miami's 102-101 win in overtime: did Frank Vogel choke this time around? More »LeBron James Didn't ‘Choke’ This Time Against the Indiana Pacers, but a Coach Did
COMMENTARY| Former New England Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi was recently voted in as the newest member of the team's Hall of Fame. While his induction is richly deserved, it also raises the question of who else deserves the same honor, as there appears to be some key players missing. More »New England Patriots: Team Hall of Fame is Missing Some Key Players
COMMENTARY | Tottenham Hotspur supporters had to endure another painful end to a season on May 19 when their beloved side again narrowly missed out on Champions League. Time heals all wounds, as they say, and I am now, after several days of mourning, able to enjoy all that Spurs gave their fans from August 2012 to May 2013. The truth of the matter is that Tottenham provided plenty of scintillating and memorable football this past season, and they were an absolute joy to watch; More »2012-13 Tottenham Hotspur Top Moments of the Season
COMMENTARY | If you've happened to take a peek at any box score from a Detroit Tigers game in 2013, the obvious void in offensive production lies at catcher. Current starter Alex Avila is in a deep slump with an unforeseeable end, while career backup Brayan Pena doesn't appear to be suited for an everyday role at this point. More »The Detroit Tigers Desperately Need to Acquire an Upgrade at Catcher
COMMENTARY | Before the New York Mets and Cincinnati Reds played their three-game series at Citi Field this week, anyone who follows baseball already knew who the better team was. More »Outplayed and Outclassed by the Cincinnati Reds, Things Could Get Even Worse for the New York Mets
COMMENTARY | The Boston Celtics have a lot of needs this offseason, yet they fall under a precarious salary cap situation which could allow very little activity in free agency. Regardless of whether Paul Pierce gets amnestied, or Kevin Garnett retires, or Brandon Bass and Courtney Lee get dealt in sign-and-trades, a great deal of work needs to be done. More »Boston Celtics Must Waive Jason Terry This Offseason
COMMENTARY | On Tuesday morning, golf traditionalists took a resounding victory, a 2-0 sweep, when both the R&A and the USGA agreed on signing in rule 14-1b, a ban against the use of an anchored putter, which will begin at the onset of the 2016 season. More »Golf Traditionalists Rejoice Ban of Belly Putter
COMMENTARY | On May 19 at Extreme Rules, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins of The Shield defeated Daniel Bryan and Kane to become the WWE Tag Team Champions. Along with Dean Ambrose, who won the U.S. title that night, each member of The Shield now holds a WWE belt. As one of the most impressive WWE factions in recent memory, it was only a matter of time before The Shield became champions. More »WWE Should Let the Shield Defend Tag Team Belts Under 'Freebird Rules'
With the 2013 Indianapolis 500 race over Memorial Day weekend only days away, many racing enthusiasts are gearing up for some excitement. Other than race day, what else is there to do for the IndyCar motorsports event? More »2013 Indy 500 Racing Schedule, IndyCar Events and Things to Do
The boxing schedule for May 24 and May 25 features events in the United States, England and Argentina. One of the highlights will be the rematch fight between Mikkel Kessler and Carl Froch on May 25 for the WBA and IBF super middleweight titles. Froch has already declared that he will do serious damage to Kessler because he is being disrespectful. More »Boxing Schedule for May 24 and May 25, 2013
COMMENTARY | The Philadelphia Eagles had a mild medical scare earlier this week when running back LeSean McCoy left practice with a reported knee injury. Fortunately the time for minor injuries for key players is right now, with training camp and regular season still months away from starting up. McCoy's injury was apparently nothing to be overly concerned about though, with the running back moving around out of practice without a noticeable limp and telling reporters the issue was with his knee. More »Philadelphia Eagles: LeSean McCoy Injury Nothing to Worry About for Now
The NASCAR History 300 is scheduled for May 25, 2013, at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina. Michael Annett, who was injured in a previous crash, has announced he will return for the tenth Nationwide Series race. In 2012, Brad Keselowski won the race but will be not competing this year. More »NASCAR History 300 Schedule for May 25, 2013