By: Martin Sumners The NBA All-Star Game was introduced in 1951. Initially, the game was an almost quaint two-hour exhibition and although held in non-cosmopolitan cities such as Ft. Wayne, Indiana, it was often elegantly […]
By: Martin Sumners The ABA didn’t invent the dunk but it did introduce the high-flying dunk contest at the 1976 ABA All-Star Game at the fitting site of Denver known as the Mile High City. […]
I do believe this is the year the Heat get it done and win the whole thing. Ill take the Heat over the Lakers in 6.
The NBA lockout has officially outlasted the NFL lockout, and the average sports fan’s patience has officially been tested. November 16th marks the first time NBA players will miss a pay day, with the average […]
I know there a lot of people in Baltimore who aren’t NBA fans, but I love watching the best of the best play.
Written by: John Maroon– President Maroon PR The NBA is canceling more games and the rhetoric between the owners and players is negative to say the least…sound familiar? Yes the league will recover, eventually, just […]
Remember that thing that happened in the NFL earlier this year? That thing that kept players out of their respective team’s facilities?
Will tonight’s play be sloppy?
Not so fast my friend. I believe the Ravens will make a run at re-signing Todd Heap and Derrick Mason.
The way Free Agency is going, if you want your own player you better put in your best offer quickly. From what I have been told by agents, this is what is happening…
Everyone wanted football back, but Monday’s news from Owings Mills reminded us of the harsh business side of the NFL.
Let’s talk Peyton Manning touchdown passes, not antitrust lawsuits. Let’s talk Troy Polamalu interceptions, not court interventions. And let’s talk football, not lockout.