Read on for this week's mailbag, where I discuss whether super rookie David Price belongs on your roster...More »
One of the wildest drafts in history is over. But which teams made the grade? Read on to see how we judged the drafts of all 30 NBA teams. And CLICK HERE to fill out your own team-by-team NBA Draft Report Card!
Nearly every sports fan was well aware that this past NBA season, LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers were the real deal.
After all, they not only easily won the Central Division, but also posted the NBA’s best record at 66-16. After sweeping the Detroit Pistons in the first round of the playoffs, then the Atlanta Hawks in Round 2, the Cavs were set to face the Eastern Conference’s third seed, the Orlando Magic.More »
There is some serious competition for baseball this weekend. Action at Wimbledon is heating up, and on Sunday USA soccer faces Brazil in the final of the Confederations Cup. But if America’s pastime is still your go to game, here are the best battles to check out this weekend…More »
It’s late June, which to tennis fans can only mean spotless white outfits set in motion against freshly mowed grass at the Centre Court. Ah yes, old chaps, it’s time for Wimbledon!
And after last year’s epic final, in which Rafael Nadal defeated Roger Federer in five sets, the spectators want more than their traditional strawberries and cream.
The usual dessert will be served (the vendors go through about 23 tons, or more than 2 million berries, and 1,820 gallons of cream each year!) but the competition might not be the same. Nadal will not set foot on Centre Court this year. Instead he’s resting his knees and probably looking forward to the U.S. Open at the end of August. If he’s ready to play by then, he could make a run at completing his own career Grand Slam.
If Federer wins at Wimbledon this year, as many expect he will do, he will become the most successful professional tennis player of all-time, surpassing Pete Sampras with 15 career Grand Slam singles titles. But if Federer wins Wimbledon this year, he will have done so without facing his greatest potential challenger and the world’s Number 1, Rafa Nadal.
So who can challenge Federer at Wimbledon?More »
They say pitching wins championships. Well, apparently pitching also gets a ton of Question of the Week responses!
As always, if you want to appear in next week’s Question of the Week, you can answer it at the bottom of the page. Here are the best answers to last week’s question: