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Archive for June 14th, 2012

Gary Payton on Helping Bring NBA Team Back to Seattle: “I’m going to try to be involved as much as possible.”

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

It's a big day in the city of Seattle. There will be a large rally in the Emerald City to show support and grow momentum for the proposed plan to bring professional basketball back to the city. Of course, with the Oklahoma City Thunder on center stage in this year's ...

Timothy Bradley Says He Beat Manny Pacquiao and Is Now the Most Hated Fighter on the Planet

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

Timothy Bradley is coming off a night where he kept his unblemished record intact and captured the biggest win of his career. For Bradley, this should be a time for great celebration after beating Manny Pacquiao. Instead of enjoying this victory though, Bradley has had to deal with massive amounts ...

Mike Brown Is Hoping LeBron James Wins His First NBA Title One Day But Not at the Expense of His Lakers

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

Mike Brown has been very fortunate in his coaching career to this point. He has had the opportunity to coach both LeBron James and Kobe Bryant. After cutting his teeth as an assistant coach, Brown was given his first opportunity to be a head coach in Cleveland where he had ...

Philip Rivers is Excited about San Diego’s New Faces, Will Work on “Taking Care of the Football”

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

The San Diego Chargers have fallen short of the playoffs despite being division favorites back-to-back years. Now, they're arguably no longer the team to beat in the AFC West. Things aren't just changing with the teams around them, but the Chargers themselves have also undergone significant changes this offseason. Chargers quarterback ...

Cowboys COO Stephen Jones: Dez Bryant “Needs to be a No. 1 Receiver”

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

The Dallas Cowboys are running out of excuses. They haven't experienced true playoff success since they won the Super Bowl in 1995, and you can tell that owner Jerry Jones and his son, Stephen, are growing frustrated with being good, but not great, on pretty much an annual basis. Dallas Cowboys ...

David Stern on the Post-Lockout NBA Playoffs: “The Players That Stayed in Better Shape Did Better”

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

NBA commissioner David Stern made the media rounds Wednesday morning, one day after the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Miami Heat in a highly watched Game 1 of the NBA Finals. And despite all the good news, he seemed to get himself in a bit of trouble, especially thanks to ...

Despite Ugly Predictions from Pundits, Jim Irsay “Couldn’t Be More Excited” About His Colts

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

The words "excitement" and "Indianapolis Colts" haven't really been a part of discussions recently. Sure, the selection of Andrew Luck with the No. 1 overall pick created buzz, but now folks have moved on to early dissections of the upcoming NFL season. There aren't many out there who don't have Indianapolis ...

Alex Rodriguez Believes It Was ‘Special’ To Tie Lou Gehrig’s Grand Slam Record, Claims He Initially Didn’t Even Realize He Broke Record

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

Oh what a difference one swing could make. Last week Alex Rodriguez struck out with the bases loaded against David Price in the 5th inning of a 7-3 loss to the Rays (6/7). With one swing this week, Rodriguez tied Lou Gehrig. A-Rod hit his 23rd career grand slam and if ...