Could Brittney Griner survive in the NBA?


In 1979, Ann Meyers became the first and last woman to sign a contract with an NBA team. She inked a $50,000 no-cut clause contract with the Indiana Pacers, but, unfortunately, didn’t survive her three-day tryout. Since that time, standout … Continue reading

NBA Power Rankings for April 4th, 2013


In the last power rankings that we ran, Miami was in the midst of the second longest win streak in NBA history. Unfortunately, this run ended on March 27th in a very physical game with the Chicago Bulls. Following the … Continue reading

Out of Football Chances, Maurice Clarett moves to Rugby


When it comes to professional sports, most people don’t get second or third chances….or fourth and fifth chances like Maurice Clarett. After being dismissed from Ohio State University in 2003, the Youngstown native has continued to blow opportunity after opportunity … Continue reading

Abusive Rutgers Coach Mike Rice Fired – Dan Hurley could replace Him


Rutgers basketball hasn’t exactly had the prettiest of records over the past several years. And things recently got even uglier when it was revealed how badly former head coach Mike Rice was treating his players. Just one day after ESPN’s … Continue reading

MLB Power Rankings for April 3rd, 2013

Justin Verlander

The 2013 Major League Baseball season has officially begun, which means that we finally get to see some meaningful baseball played for the first since last October. At this point, many people are predicting that the Detroit Tigers will be … Continue reading

Why did Minnesota fire Tubby Smith?


Last night was all about admiring and celebrating Florida Gulf Coast’s historic run to the Sweet 16. The Eagles topped San Diego State to become the first 15 seed to make the round of 16. Of course for every FGC, … Continue reading