Major League Baseball is taking some strides to speed up the pace of play on the diamond this season with new rules that they hope will trim the amount of down time between action during games.
It’s been almost 20 years since the release of Happy Gilmore, but it appears that Adam Sandler and Bob Barker are still not getting along too well.
Red Wings forward Henrik Zetterberg showed off his great vision early in Wednesday’s game against the New York Rangers, finding Justin Abdelkader with a gorgeous no-look pass in the first period.
A youth hockey game in Russia late last month featured a bit of a ruckus during the postgame handshake line between the two teams comprised of 8-year olds. Apparently, hostilities were built up during the game and then spilled over to the ceremonial display of…um, sportsmanship…following the final whistle.
The New York Knicks are bad at basketball. Tom Hanks is good at acting. So, when the crowd at last night’s Knicks game had the choice to cheer for the team on the court or the actor seated courtside, they elected to support the latter.
Anaheim Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg took home First Star honors following Tuesday’s game against the Arizona Coyotes thanks to his three points in the Ducks’ 4-1 win. Silfverberg’s lone goal of the night came on this awesome effort, which featured him catching his own rebound off the post, tossing the puck to himself, and putting
There are ridiculous pitching deliveries, then there’s this one from Murray State’s sophomore starter John Lollar. Check out that leg kick, my lord. I’m not really sure if those mechanics are ideal for the groin but, hey, it certainly provides for some interesting photo opportunities.
In case there was any doubt, here’s a handy infographic comparing Jagr’s stats to the rest of Florida Panthers’ forwards.
You don’t want to have to try to guard LeBron James one-on-one on a fast break. It will not end well for you.
Tuesday night’s Panthers-Maple Leafs game in Sunrise, Florida featured a whole lot of goalie madness thanks to both of the Panthers’ netminders sustaining injuries during play.
ESPN’s latest ’30 For 30′ production, titled “I Hate Christian Laettner,” will surround the former Duke star who hit one of the most infamous shots in the history of college basketball. The documentary seeks to explore the full story behind the polarizing persona of Laettner, who was (and, in some cases, still is) despised by
Toronto Maple Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf was one of the names who was discussed in several rumors but, ultimately, didn’t get moved before yesterday’s NHL trade deadline.