Archive for June 18th, 2012

Tyreke Evans on His Position in the NBA: “I think I’m better with the ball in my hands”

Monday, June 18th, 2012

Since Tyreke Evans’ rookie season where he averaged just over 20 points per game to go along with over five assists and more than five rebounds per game, Evans has regressed a bit. There have been injuries that have nagged him as well as coaching changes but it also looks ...

Jahvid Best on Moving Past Concussion Issues and the Lions’ Off-Field Problems

Monday, June 18th, 2012

The young Detroit Lions had a breakout season in 2011, and many expect them to be even better in 2012. The problem is that several of the team's youngest and most talented players have run into off-field problems this offseason. Lions running back Jahvid Best joined Eric Chase on WDFN in ...

Joey Votto Believes Baseball Is Benefiting From Having Multiple No-Hitters and Explains How MLB Tests For HGH/Steroids

Monday, June 18th, 2012

Joey Votto may not get the media attention that he probably deserves, but the Cincinnati Reds first baseman likes flying under the radar. No.19 batted .309 last season with 29 home runs and 103 RBIs, and after a slow start to this year appears to be back on track to ...

Austin Rivers Doesn’t Mind if You Call Him Cocky, as Long as You Define It Correctly

Monday, June 18th, 2012

There are several reasons why Austin Rivers has seemingly found himself branded as a cocky athlete. Undoubtedly some have labeled him that simply because he went to Duke and played so many nationally televised games with the Blue Devils. Perhaps it's because he's the son of Boston Celtics coach Doc ...

Ryan Fitzpatrick Expects Big Things from Buffalo in 2012, says C.J. Spiller is a “Completely Changed Man”

Monday, June 18th, 2012

The Buffalo Bills are mired in a 12-year-old playoff drought, but the expectation is that a young Bills team could be on the verge of finally competing again. Where the Bills end up in 2012 will of course be tied to how well quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick performs. The good news ...

Jerod Mayo and Patriots Have Moved on From Super Bowl XLVI Loss to Giants: “It’s a new team, a new season and we’re onto this year.”

Monday, June 18th, 2012

Jerod Mayo has become one of the veteran leaders of the New England Patriots defense. The middle linebacker believes OTA's are valuable for rookies to learn communication skills among defensive schemes as he looks to lead by example for new additions such as Dont'a Hightower and Chandler Jones. The Patriots linebacker ...