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Archive for November 23rd, 2011

Baron Davis Says the Lockout is Disheartening, But Still Has a Lot of Hope

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

Well Thanksgiving is right around the corner and still no regular season games have been played in the NBA. Unfortunately it doesn’t look like there is really an end in sight either. The two sides have gone back and forth on what they would be willing to concede and the ...

Tony Stewart Brings Home his Third Cup Championship, but First as an Owner

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

After a full season of racing and the all-important Chase, the Sprint Cup Championship eventually came down to a tie. And because he put together one of the most remarkable late-season charges ever, winning five times, Tony Stewart emerged as the the champion for the third time as a driver, ...

To Get his Mind off Disappointment of NBA Lockout, Charles Barkley Has Been Doing Hot Yoga Regularly

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

It's been awhile since we've checked in with Charles Barkley to get his take on the NBA and the rest of the sporting world. With no games being played in the NBA, I suppose that's understandable. But I'm glad we did in this instance. Barkley joined ESPN Radio Chicago to talk ...

Matt Kemp Posts Better Numbers, But Ryan Braun Brings Home the Hardware

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

Well done, Major League Baseball MVP voters. Well done. While there was certainly discussion to be had this year, the voters for baseball's MVPs got it right. On the American League side, the argument continued to be whether a pitcher should be able to win the award or not. The ...

Jim Harbaugh on the Har-Bowl: “I’d rather not be opposing my brother”

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

The biggest surprise this year in the NFL is the San Francisco 49ers. After going just 6-10 a year ago, the 49ers have the second best record in the NFL at 9-1. I think everyone would admit, given the talent on the team, San Francisco underachieved in 2010. However, I’m ...

Bud Selig on HGH Testing Being Included in MLB’s New Collective Bargaining Agreement: “I am very proud of that. It’s a great day for the sport.”

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

Major League Baseball has just ensured two plus decades of labor peace in a sport that has been plagued by a scarred history of labor disputes. Who would have thought not long ago that baseball would be the only professional sport to avoid a major labor dispute or work stoppage ...

Bill Belichick on Moving Past Bill Parcells into Ninth Place in All-Time Career Coaching Wins: “It’s flattering to be on the list. I’ll take that any day.”

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

The New England Patriots were slow out of the gate against the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night. Then the offense started clicking late in the first half and the Pats never looked back. With Monday's 34-3 win over Kansas City, Bill Belichick surpassed former boss Bill Parcells and moved into ...