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Archive for April 1st, 2010

Gavin Maloof: “We have our LeBron James, we have our Kobe Bryant, it’s Tyreke Evans.”

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

It's not exactly been a season to remember for the Sacramento Kings. The Maloof Brothers' team is an unimpressive 24-52 as the calendar turns to April, and have lost their previous 6 games. The good news though is the Kings are much improved from a year ago, largely in part ...

Shawne Merriman Says Football is the Most important Thing in His Life Right Now

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

Remember former NFL lineman and wrestling star Goldberg?  You know, the big bald guy who used to use a spear to help finish people off in the wrestling ring when he was in the WCW and WWE.  Either way, Goldberg recently said that he may make his return to the ...

Stafon Johnson Has Come A Long Way Since The Accident

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

Former USC Trojan, Stafon Johnson, is getting ready for the NFL Draft in hopes of being selected by a team in need of a running back.  If you would have told him late last year that he would be able to play football again, he would have probably thought that ...

DeSean Jackson Gives Insight into the Eagles’ Locker Room

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

When introducing a DeSean Jackson interview, it would be great to focus on his tremendous first two seasons, explosiveness and future. Or even talk about his college days. Or reminisce about the time he did a flip onto the one yardline (not the end zone) in a high school All-American ...

Jerry West: ‘I played on a team that lost in the Finals by one point and it is still something that I would never forget what it felt like.”

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

This coming Saturday is one the biggest games for the University of West Virginia since 1959.  That was the year that Jerry West took the Mountaineers all the way to the championship game where they eventually lost to California 71-70.  Despite winning the Most Outstanding Player of the 1959 Final ...

Ageless Hopkins Takes on Aged Jones Saturday Night

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

It's a fight for the ages, but only because it actually took ages to formulate. This Saturday night Roy Jones Jr. gets back in the ring with Bernard Hopkins, 17 years after their first go-round in which Jones scored a unanimous decision. The 116-112 scorecard all three judges had was an indication that ...

Monta Ellis: “I Still Don’t Think I Get the Respect I Should”

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

The NBA's starting backcourt that has produced the most points, assists and steals includes two 6'3", 180 pound kids under the age of 25 with a combined 365 NBA games played between them. Stephen Curry and Monta Ellis may be very similar players, but they have found a way to ...