The Highlight: Jeremy Lin goes down, Gordon Hayward gone for season and Rick Pitino pleads his case to Jay Bilas
As we feared. According to his agent, Gordon Hayward will likely miss the remainder of the NBA season.
"Absolutely not." Rick Pitino stresses he had "no knowledge" of recruiting scandal, cites lie detector test.
Another one. Jeremy Lin suffers 4th quarter knee injury against the Indiana Pacers and will undergo tests in New York on Thursday.
The General. ESPN's Mike Wells makes the case for the Colts to shut down Andrew Luck for the year.
The Giver. Chris Long will donate the rest of this season's game checks to “organizations supporting educational equity and opportunity” based in the three cities he’s played in: St. Louis, Boston, and Philadelphia.
"Devastated." Paul George reached out to Gordon Hayward after getting "nauseous" seeing his gruesome broken ankle.
Be careful. Apparently the Cavs were so upset about Richard Jefferson leaking a photo of the team's championship ring that they considered trading him.
All the dunks.
Yanks take Game 5.
LaVar answers your burning questions.
Kristaps Porzingis won't rule out dropping an album.
Luiz' shot was incredible.
Tony Gonzalez says he got a few calls from teams after he retired and bet Romo will, too.
All-star pickup game scene from CP3's new mini-doc.
The best from week 2 in the NHL.
FOX doing a mockumentary about "Homer at the Bat." About time.
AND THE REST
37 for The Freak.
Get well soon.
We all needed it, Kobe.
Be sad. Be mad. Be frustrated. Scream. Cry. Sulk. When you wake up you will think it was just a nightmare only to realize it’s all too real. You will be angry and wish for the day back, the game back THAT play back. But reality gives nothing back and nor should you. Time to move on and focus on doing everything in your power to prepare for surgery, ask all the questions to be sure you understand fully the procedure so that you may visualize it in your subconscious while being operated on and better the chance of it’s success. Then focus on the recovery process day by day by day. It’s a long journey but if you focus on the mini milestones along the way you will find beauty in the struggle of doing simple things that prior to this injury were taken for granted. This will also mean that when you return you will have a new perspective. You will be so appreciative of being able to stand, walk, run that you will train harder than you ever have. You see the belief within you grow with each mini milestone and you will come back a better player for it. Best of luck to you on this journey my brother #mambamentality always.
DRC on being back with the Giants.
Em introduces the Pistons.
College football emotions with friend of the site Spencer Hall.
I do this for four hours every morning.