ESPN analyst and former coach Jeff Van Gundy predicts that Houston, led by Dwight Howard and James Harden, will win the NBA title, but can the Rockets beat Portland, San Antonio and Oklahoma City to win the Western Conference?
For the eighth consecutive season, the Kings will stagger across the regular-season finish line Wednesday, clutching airline tickets long ago punched for summer vacation instead of a trip to the playoffs.
The Arizona Diamondbacks outlasted the Giants 6-5 in 10 innings Thursday in a game that took 4 hours and 10 minutes, but how many of you stuck it out until the final out?
Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari doesn't wear a black hat and greasy, handle-bar mustache. But as for being college basketball's villain, nobody wears the reputation better.
Jerry Reynolds and Grant Napear have been broadcasting Kings games on TV together for more than 20 years, so why do some fans think it’s time for a change?
Only the NFL can captivate a former president and NBA greats in other sports. In a workout.
Be honest, how many of you picked Kentucky to reach the Final Four in your NCAA Men’s Tournament bracket? Though the Wildcats opened the season as the No. 1 team in The Associated Press’ Top 25, they lost four of seven games entering the tournament and were seeded eighth in the Midwest Regional.
When the Eagles cut wide receiver DeSean Jackson on Friday, was your first thought that he would be a good fit with the Raiders?
Raiders fans should lower their Raider Nation flags to half staff this week and toast the memory of Ralph Wilson.
Steve Masiello, who’s had a successful run as men’s basketball coach at Manhattan College that included a near-upset of Louisville last week in the NCAA Tournament, reportedly agreed Tuesday to a five-year contract worth more than $1 million per year to coach at South Florida.
The Kings have finished in last place five times since their most recent playoff appearance in 2006, so it’s been rare when they can look at another team below them in the Pacific Division standings this late in the season.
The San Antonio Spurs have the best record in the NBA, so why is everyone focused on the Miami Heat, Indiana Pacers and Oklahoma City Thunder when talking about which team will win the NBA title?