Early this week at the Olympics in Vancouver, the competition between two rivals resulted in a bad ending.
Lindsey Vonn, the 26-year-old top skier for the U.S., was competing in the giant slalom when she lost all control and tumbled into a blue net on the slope. Unfortunately, Vonn broke her finger. But this wasn’t the only problem that would arise on the course.More »
The trading deadline passed and several big-name players changed teams. Antawn Jamison to the Cavs. Kevin Martin to the Rockets. Caron Butler to the Mavs. We'll see how these trades affect playoff positioning in the coming weeks. For now, check out my updated Power Rankings, and then type your comments below for everyone to see!More »
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Air Jordan sneaker, Team Jordan is rolling out silver editions of the Air Jordan 2010!
No word on when (or even if) these souped-up models will be released to stores... but I do have some good news for fellow GearHead's in search of more info: you can get a close-up of the kicks in action this week, as college basketball teams Georgetown and California will both be modeling them during big games.More »
Do you know why Tracy McGrady decided to wear #3 after being traded to the Knicks last week?
Well, as it turns out, the former Houston Rockets star -- who wore #1 earlier in his career -- switched his jersey digit while he was still playing for the Rockets back in 2007 (you may not have noticed; McGrady's been battled an injury or two over the last few years). The change was made to draw attention to a documentary T-Mac released called 3 Points, which chronicled his efforts to raise funds for schools in Darfur...More »
The NBA trade deadline ended on Thursday. This year had one of the most exciting countdowns in recent years. Lets take a look at some of the biggest deals…More »
I’m not going to lie, for the most part the Winter Olympics make me fall asleep faster than taking extra-strength cough syrup. Combine that with the fact that NBC has been tape-delaying the most interesting events – even after all of the results show up online in the afternoon – and it looked like the 2010 Games were going to come and go without me even noticing.
Then a funny thing happened…More »
Earlier this week in Portland, Oregon, Los Angeles Clippers point guard Baron Davis helped Chinese sneaker manufacturer (and former Olympic gymnast) Li-Ning break ground on his first American store. The event was also used to unveil one of Li-Ning's signature sneakers: Davis' BD Doom.
I recently caught up with Davis to talk about his new sneaker, his partnership with Li-Ning, the second half of the NBA season, and more. Keep reading to check it out...More »