Summer is rocking and we have finally found the perfect opportunity to catch up on all our favorite TV programs, even when we are out on-the-go. The service (and savior) is called TV Everywhere (http://tveverywherenow.com) which is a multi-device viewing experience offered to verified TV service provider customers through websites and apps, included with your
The ESPY awards chose to honor Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award for recently coming out as transgender, over late teenage basketball player Lauren Hill, who battled an inoperable brain tumor to achieve her goal of playing college basketball while also raising money for cancer research. But after
Whether he was at fault or not, Russell Wilson was at the center of the most talked about sports play of the year when he threw the interception against the Patriots that gave Tom Brady his fourth and unlikeliest Super Bowl ring.
ESPN passed on giving the Arthur Ashe Courage Award to a 20-year-old fighting an inoperable brain tumor to achieve her dream of playing college basketball while also raising money for cancer research, in favor of Caitlyn Jenner, who recently identified herself as transgender.
There is only one way to describe this NBA free agency.
Damian Lillard and the Portland Trail Blazers have had a rough off-season, basically having to hit the reset button for their franchise when LaMarcus Aldridge joined the Spurs.
The modern day fairy tale marriage that is Kimye quietly celebrated Kanye’s birthday on Monday with a friendly game of pickup basketball for Kanye and his friends.
For a 50-second block of Tuesday’s show, Mike Francesca apparently confused his microphone and “On Air” sign for a red traffic light. That’s great radio, Mike.
Peyton Manning – Letterman Finale pic.twitter.com/k7hoRYbL4E — CJ Fogler (@cjzero) May 21, 2015 The Late Show with David Letterman officially ended on Wednesday night, and the list of stars was a mile long for the finale (actually only 10 or so). One of those stars was none other than Denver Broncos’ quarterback Peyton Manning, who
Last week, TNT announced it had renewed its contracts with the entire Inside The NBA crew — Ernie Johnson, Kenny Smith, Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley. In news that should surprise nobody, getting Charles back on board proved to be the toughest.
Don’t worry, he’s fine. We think.
Last week, ESPN head honcho John Skipper announced the network would not be renewing Bill Simmons’ contract when it came time to re-up in September.