March 1, 2011 - 10:18pm
March means one thing for many across the region: basketball. And, kicking off march madness this week is many of the women's conference tournaments. So, how do our local teams fare? We'll take a look.
As we go into the early days of March, the thoughts of most sports fans in the area will go to college basketball. With all that thought, workers will become much less productive and every sports bar and grill in the area will become swamped. By the way, to all owners of these businesses, just let...
February 22, 2011 - 5:30pm
6'10' 400-pound center had been playing on the AND1 Mixtape Tour.
Former University of Louisville basketball player Troy "Escalade" Jackson was found dead Sunday morning in Los Angeles. The 6'10" 400-pound Jackson, who played on the Cardinals from 1996–1998, had been on the AND1 Mixtape Tour since 2002. Photo: Courtesy And1
February 22, 2011 - 11:00am
With the announcements For the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame nominees one has to wonder where's the local talent in the Hall?
Well, after cracking open the sports section the other day, I was met with a story that told me it was breaking news. I’m always skeptical about this in the sports section; unless it’s news that Dick Vitale has declared war on Jupiter, I generally question just how breaking a sports story can be....
February 21, 2011 - 2:26pm
Over the weekend a local high school became a sports store supercenter after a local card shop set up a sports show that brought out people from all over the region.
Over the weekend, Seneca high school turned from a Magnet academy into a bustling sports memorabilia show in a monthly event put on by Middletown’s East End Sports Cards. Vendors from across the region came to sell their wares of sports cards, jerseys, books, and autographed everything, right down...
February 18, 2011 - 1:47pm
As we stand at the beginning of the NBA's all star weekend, I've been reminded of the local connections to the weekend taking place in L.A.
As the NBA embarks on their annual all star game this weekend, it’s about time I take a look at all the hoop games that’ll be happening in L.A. this year. This is the first time the All Star game event and its festivities have been in southern California since the classic game back in 1992, and...