- Geek & Sci-Fi
Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey is persistent, at the very least.
The Los Angeles Clippers, Cleveland Cavaliers, Orlando Magic and Brooklyn Nets are now working on a complicated, four-way deal that will land Dwight Howard in Brooklyn.
Depending on whom you ask, the Los Angeles Lakers either just pulled off a fantastic or terrible trade that makes them instant contenders again or just makes them older.
Jim Thome is now a Baltimore Oriole, and "Jim Thome trades" are between "Phillie Phanatic got injured" and "Kate Upton uploaded naked pictures of herself" on the list of important stories for me to cover.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, Houston is on the move again, continuing to stockpile the highest value picks they can.
According to Chris Broussard, multiple teams are targeting the youthful core of the Denver Nuggets.
He should've just gone for it, said "also you're in last place" and done a bunch of crotch chops.
A number of fake Twitter accounts were responsible for yesterday’s bevy of misinformation regarding which team Tim Tebow was actually being traded to, and while it really was quite humorous watching actual reporters deliver false news, it was ultimately frustrating.
Ah Twitter, where athlete rants are born and subsequently apologized for.
With Peyton Manning officially signed to a 5-year, $96 million deal to be the quarterback of the Denver Broncos, the Broncos are reportedly shopping Tebow for a third round draft pick, despite having originally drafted him in the first round.
It has already been a pretty big week for the New York Jets, as they’ve been making personnel changes to repair the problems that have kept them from fulfilling head coach Rex Ryan's wrongly predicted Super Bowl victories before each of the last three seasons.
In what I would think is a pretty cool effort to show love to some people who suffer so much, the Los Angeles Clippers sent Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan and Eric Gordon on a bus ride with a group of season ticket holders.
Now that the Los Angeles Lakers have focused their middle market superstar thievery on Dwight Howard, the New Orleans Hornets still need to find a taker for Chris Paul while maintaining a certain level of franchise value for attracting a new owner.
In case you ever wanted to see Albert Pujols pull out a pistol and shoot somebody in the face, here's Next Media Animation's latest encapsulation of current events.
When the Cincinnati Bengals selected TCU’s Andy Dalton in the second round of this year’s NFL Draft, it was a clear indication that the Carson Palmer era was over for them.
If somebody tried to pull off this trade in a fantasy league, the other team owners would veto it so hard.