Phil Mickelson is known far and wide for being one of golf's greatest champions — and one of the sport's biggest trash talkers. In 2013, Mickelson won his first and only British Open title after shooting a legendary final round of 66. It was that last perk that led to Mickelson's latest quip.
Damian Lillard was making the rounds on a media tour Monday, and at virtually each and every stop he was asked about Kyrie Irving and Carmelo Anthony. We told you about Lillard’s recruiting pitch to Anthony. One of his stops was with one of my favorite radio shows, Bill Reiter’s Reiter Than You on CBS Radio. Lillard talked about what players owe teammates when they try to push their way out of town. “You owe your teammates first because those are the guys that you spend the most time around that you have relationships with, more so than anybody else,” Lillard said. “And also the fans because they are part of your team. They’re the people that come and cheer for you and support you as much as
Jerrell Freeman (50) saved a man’s life in the Austin airport over the weekend. Saves are more a baseball stat than a football one, but Chicago Bears linebacker Jerrell Freeman got a save at the Austin airport on Sunday. Freeman saved a man choking on his food at a restaurant inside the airport, the Chicago Tribune reported.