Phil Jackson Won’t Be Leaving New York?

It’s been a longstanding thought that Phil Jackson would step down as the President of the Knicks and return to Los Angeles, either to work with the Lakers, or just to retire on the West Coast with

‘One and Done’ Rule to Stay in NBA

Yesterday, the NBA and the NBA Players Union tentatively agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement. The two sides each could opt out of the current CBA today but the reported new deal is for seven years,

Domestic Violence Charges Dropped Against Mets Closer

Domestic violence charges against Mets closer Jeurys Familia have been dropped in the state of New Jersey, but that doesn’t mean Familia won’t face discipline from Major League Baseball. Craig Calcaterra on Twitter Criminal charges against Jeurys

ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates Joins Us (AUDIO)

The Patriots topped the Ravens this Monday while the Cowboys were beaten by the Giants again, so what is the NFL hierarchy currently? We got that answer and much more from our ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates,

Richard Sherman is Right About TNF

You may not like Richard Sherman. You may think he’s brash, and arrogant and egotistical. And some of that is true, and some of it is extreme confidence, which is needed to play at the highest level.

Tom Brady Will Put Pats in Tough Position

The Patriots had the perfect plan for their organization. They drafted Jimmy Garoppolo in the second round of the 2014 NFL draft and began to think about life post-Tom Brady. Brady would have to begin a slide

Could Josh McDaniels Head to Jacksonville?

While Jim Harbaugh and Jon Gruden figure to be two of the biggest names in the NFL coaching market this offseason, Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels figures to attract quite a lot of interest as well. And

Are the Yankees Closer Than We Think? (AUDIO)

I’m not going to lie. I understand the greatness of Aroldis Chapman, and I understand that he will help the Yankees win more games. That said, we’ve been told this Yankees team is 2-3 years away from