CHICAGO (AP) -- Antti Niemi's days of driving a Zamboni are long gone. Instead of cleaning the ice as he once did in his native Finland to make a few extra bucks, he's clearing away pucks and hoping to help the Chicago Blackhawks hoist the Stanley Cup.More »
PHOENIX (AP) -- Kobe Bryant is again showing the world what postseason greatness can be.
Bryant and his Los Angeles Lakers are in the NBA finals for the third straight season after he wrapped up a magnificent Western Conference finals with a 37-point performance in a series-clinching 111-103 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Saturday night.More »
MIAMI (AP) -- Stoic as always, Roy Halladay 's expression never changed.
Until the end, that is.
Until there was history - a perfect game, the marquee performance of his All-Star career.
The Philadelphia Phillies ' ace threw the 20th perfect game in major league history, beating the Florida Marlins 1-0 on Saturday night.More »
CHICAGO (AP) -- The Chicago Blackhawks and Philadelphia Flyers waged a Stanley Cup opener that was at times wild and sloppy, a high-scoring, up-and-down game with five lead changes and a winning goal from an unlikely hero.More »
BOSTON (AP) -- The Celtics were supposed to be too old, too hurt, too inconsistent.
Boston coach Doc Rivers knew better.
The team that muddled through its last 54 regular-season games with a 27-27 record is headed to the NBA finals after winning Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals over the Orlando Magic 96-84 Friday night.More »
Click the "More" tab to see what Guillen wrote on the OTHER side of the ball!
...but this story's still pretty funny.
Before he was ejected during the second inning of a 5-4 White Sox victory over the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday, Ozzie Guillen decided to have some fun at the city of Cleveland's expense.
Warning: Cleveland sports fans should turn away now...
What'd he do?
He took a baseball, signed both sides (side one is on the right), and tossed it to a Cleveland fan in the stands. According to the Dan LeBatard show (where the story was first reported), the fan might've taken issue to what was written (if you've been following the LeBron James sweepstakes, you can understand why).
But wait... it gets WORSE!More »
Every sport has a super star that shines brighter than the rest. In the world of basketball, it's LeBron James. In the world of football, it's Peyton Manning. In the world of baseball, it's Albert Pujols. When you shift gears and head into the world of video games, however, one name stands above all others, and that name is Mario.
The prolific plumber has been working his tail off for over 25 years. Now he's out with a new game, Super Mario Galaxy 2, and took some time out of his busy schedule to talk to us...and we got to record his answers! Keep reading to HEAR Mario SPEAK about working out, fighting with your siblings, eating spaghetti and meatballs and more! Just press the red play buttons below!More »