Chances are you've heard about the Miami Heat fans who decided to get an early start on their commute when the San Antonio Spurs held a 94-89 lead with 28 seconds remaining in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on … Continue reading →
2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
The stories that stood out in the world of sports
Year in Review 2012: Female Fights
It's an odd notion, really, that a group making up a tad more than half the American population needs its worth to be considered separately. However, female accomplishments—and political imbroglios—certainly triggered feverish online searches on Yahoo!.
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- Heat's LeBron James, Chris Bosh see yellow, then red before spoiling Spurs' coronation
The Heat changed the course of NBA history. Here was San Antonio, on the brink of another Tim Duncan era championship and these strong, sure Spurs crumpled to the court. They had the Heat, had them done, and let it all slip away.
- Kate Upton slights Justin Verlander in happy birthday tweet to his buddy
If we needed any confirmation that Kate Upton doesn't like Justin Verlander as much as she allegedly used to, a happy birthday tweet she sent to Frank Viola III on Wednesday confirmed it. What does Frank Viola III, a son … Continue reading →
- Mark Stoops and Kentucky (!!!) reach top of recruiting rankings
In news that surprises absolutely no one, John Calipari has put together the No. 1 recruiting class at the University of Kentucky. Wait, hold on … this says Kentucky has the number one class in football? Is that right? The … Continue reading →
- Sources: After Chris Paul's nudge, Clips seek ownership approval for K.G.-Rivers trade
Clippers management planned to huddle with owner Donald Sterling on Wednesday night in Los Angeles to get his approval and move on Thursday to finalize an agreement with the Celtics, sources said.
- Clippers restart talks with Celtics on Kevin Garnett-Doc Rivers deal
Aware that Chris Paul wants to play for Doc Rivers, the Clippers are again talking to the Celtics about a deal that would bring the coach and Kevin Garnett to Los Angeles.
- Aaron Gordon provides a taste of what Arizona fans can’t wait to see and Pac-12 foes dread
It should be fun watching Arizona signee Aaron Gordon next year in Tucson. The 6-foot-8 forward showed why he was so widely coveted in recruiting when he flashed some amazing athleticism on this wicked ally-oop at the USA Basketball U19 … Continue reading →
- Johnny Manziel’s angry College Station tweet? It was over a parking ticket
I wasn't particularly fond of the parking cops when I was in college. I felt there had to be something better for the police force to do than wait for the moment a meter expired to charge a broke college … Continue reading →