Memphis coach John Calipari appears to be very close to completing an agreement to become the next coach at the University of Kentucky, four sources with knowledge of the situation have told SI.com.
While one source says it is a "done deal", the second cautioned that the deal was not completed but is "moving in that direction." A news conference could be held at the school as early as Tuesday.More »
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Quarterback Carson Palmer considers his throwing elbow fully healed as he begins offseason workouts with his Cincinnati Bengals teammates.
Palmer chose not to have reconstructive surgery for a partially torn ligament and tendon in his right elbow, which sidelined him for 12 games last season. Instead, he decided to see whether rest would heal the injury.More »
Here’s a list of items I would pay $50 for:
-The new Street Fighter IV game
-A house-trained bobcat
Here’s a list of items I would pay $50 million for:
-A house-trained bobcat… that also made me breakfast and scratched The Wiz every time he came shuffling over to my corner of the SIKIDS.com Village
And finally, here’s one item I would absolutely, positively, NEVER spend $50M on:
-A highly touted college pitcher that’s never thrown a single inning of professional ball
Ah yes, today's a good day to be the Sports Gamer. Hard to believe Nintendo hasn't created a new Punch-Out!! in almost 15 years. The last, and arguably the best, Punch-Out!! ever - Super Punch-Out!! - for the Super Nintendo is available today for download via the Wii's Virtual Console. You'll need an Internet connection and your mom/dad's credit card to get the game.
Hey class, it’s the Professor checking in here. I got some great responses to the first ever Hot Ten - keep them coming! And don’t forget to check back in on Wednesday when I update the Hot Ten. Now that we’re getting down to the finish line in the NBA’s long – and I mean long - regular season, there will be a lot of movement in the Hot Ten as teams battle for playoff positioning.
Blake Griffin and Tyler Hansbrough spent a lot of time together on the court last weekend and were back together Monday as the top vote-getters on The Associated Press' All-America team.
Griffin, the sophomore forward from Oklahoma who led the nation in rebounding, was the only unanimous selection for the team. Hansbrough, the consensus player of the year last season as a junior, repeated as a first-teamer the day after his Tar Heels beat the Sooners 72-60 to advance to the Final Four.More »