With all the memes and the merriment of All-Star Weekend 2017 now officially in the books (not to mention the universe-shattering Boogie Cousins blockbuster), Thursday’s NBA trade deadline loom
Darrelle Revis has been charged with four felonies — one of which is aggravated assault — and a misdemeanor for his alleged involvement in a brawl earlier this month, but the New York Jet
With the NBA trade deadline just three days away, it appears highly unlikely that Carmelo Anthony will be traded.
Former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith was one of the best players in NFL history at his craft, but he is not going to spend time in retirement helping current players improve their game.
There’s Russell Westbrook, and then there’s everybody else.
Westbrook is known for having a strong personality and marching to the beat of his own drum.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has no interest in playing for a rebuilding team in 2017, and he is reportedly willing to rework his contract if it helps assure that does not happen.
With the NBA trade deadline less than a week away, it appears less likely than ever that the New York Knicks will be dealing Carmelo Anthony.
James Harden may or may not be the best basketball player in the word. He’s certainly not lacking in self-belief either way.