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Tim Howard, U.S. World Cup Star, Wants To Play In The NBA

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Tim Howard, the stand out star of the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team at the World Cup Tournament in Brazil, wants to take his skills to the NBA and play for the New York Knicks. Howard, the goalkeeper during the United States’ incredible World Cup run where they successfully survived the dreaded “group of death,”… Read more »

WWE Network May Be Getting Short Changed By Paypal Users

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WWE Network offers tremendous value to wrestling fans, but has still faced an uphill climb in getting to its goal of between 1.3 million to 1.4 million subscribers. In spite of post-WrestleMania 30 numbers totaling more than 600,000, there have been rumblings that that number has backed off a bit, which should be impossible considering… Read more »

Fire Ric Flair: Come On, WWE, It’s Best For Business

Ric Flair: Not What He Used To Be

COMMENTARY — Ric Flair has, for years, been the most easily recognizable face of professional wrestling behind Hulk Hogan and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. In his younger days, he truly was one of the best to ever step in the ring, and in his prime, his skills on the microphone are still without equal. Some… Read more »

FIFA 2014 World Cup Wrap Up: Memories Of A Great Tournament

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Although the usual suspects eventually triumphed, the 2014 World Cup was still a tournament full of surprises, both good and bad. Many have called it the best ever, and while we don’t know if that’s indeed true, it was one incredible month of world class football. For those who love football — or soccer if… Read more »

Rajon Rondo Trade Rumors: Houston Rockets Likely Landing Spot?

Rajon Rondo Trade Rumors: Is Houston The Next Destination

Now that LeBron has landed and Carmelo has stayed put, the biggest name on the NBA rumor mill not named Kevin Love is Rajon Rondo. But is Houston the next destination for the All-Star point guard, or will he stay put with the Boston Celtics? According to ESPN.com reporter Marc Stein’s Twitter account, the Houston… Read more »

Erin Andrews to Replace Pam Oliver on NFL Sidelines

Erin Andrews replaces Pam Oliver

Erin Andrews has been promoted to the first broadcast team on Fox Sports’ coverage of the NFL starting this fall, taking over for longtime sideline reporter Pam Oliver, who will now be working with the second broadcast team. As originally reported in Sports Illustrated, Oliver, who has been with Fox Sports for almost 20 years,… Read more »

World Cup 2014: Winners And Losers

World Cup 2014: winners and losers.

Now that the 2014 World Cup is in the history books, we take a look at the main players and how they did compared to expectations. There were clearly some winners and losers — including some shockers — in this Brazil tournament that in the end, went off without an apparent hitch. LOSERS Brazil The… Read more »

Lionel Messi Would Give Away All His Titles For World Cup

Messi thinks about what might have been.

In the end, not even the great Lionel Messi could stop Germany’s machine from winning the 2014 World Cup and even though the Argentinian striker won the Golden Ball — awarded to the best player of the tournament — it was little consolation. Ahead of the final match — where one of the best to… Read more »