NEW YORK (AP) -- The Big 12, led by Oklahoma, kicked off a big party for itself at Radio City Music Hall in the first prime-time NFL draft Thursday night.
Tim Tebow had a grand time, too, breaking into the first round at No. 25 to Denver. The selection of the Florida quarterback, the mystery man of this draft, drew the loudest reaction -- a mix of cheers and boos -- from the audience.More »
Today is April 22. Baseball season is less than three weeks old. Yet MLB has already launched the online All Star ballot.
How ridiculous is it that All-Star voting begins this early? Well, just look at some of the guys who would deserve to make the team if the game happened today.
Your starting second baseman for the National League All Stars wouldn’t be Chase Utley. It would be Casey McGehee of the Milwaukee Brewers.More »
The 2010 Jordan Brand Classic -- an annual All-Star game for some of the top high school basketball players in the world -- was held last week in New York City, and when the players arrived in the Big Apple, SIKIDS.com was there to chronicle what happened!
Keep reading for a Q&A I conducted with Harrison Barnes*, the No. 1 high school player in the country (according to ESPNU). We discuss his basketball future (Barnes will be attending the University of North Carolina this fall), his hobbies, and a whole lot more! Also, be sure to check back later in the week for more pics and videos from the 2010 JBC, as well as my performance grades for all the players in the East vs. West game...More »
I spent this afternoon hanging out with the top draft prospects at New York's Central Park. Check in later this week for my video coverage, but for now take a look at my mock draft...More »
Know those cool NBA commercials where players like Shaquille O'Neal roll around in an RV with ESPN TV personalities like Stuart Scott and Jeff Van Gundy? You do if you know how to spell S-H-A-Q-T-U-S!
It looks like the NBA has partnered with ESPN to roll out a product line based on the popular TV spots. The one you see here is inspired by the most infamous Scrabble game ever.More »