Howard Checks Out in Orlando’s 96-80 Loss to Knicks

After one of the more brutally honest and awkward interviews in recent sports history on Thursday afternoon, involving Orlando Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy and All Star Center Dwight Howard, the last thing their team needed that night was… Continue Reading →

Robert Griffin III Leads Redskins Past Giants

Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins kept their playoff hopes alive with an important 17-16 victory over NFC East rivals, the New York Giants. RGIII led the Redskins completing 13-of-21 passes for 163 yards and one touchdown. He also… Continue Reading →

American League: Race to the Finish

And they′re off – MLB has entered its final month of a long season, but there is still much to be decided in the final stretch. The division, wildcard, and pennant races are yet to be determined. With less than… Continue Reading →

Euro 2012: England Fall To Penalty Drama Once Again

If England needed any more motivation for their quarter-final against Italy, the knowledge that a victory would set up a semi-final with arch-rivals Germany certainly would. Italy came close to taking the lead early on when Daniele De Rossi hit… Continue Reading →

Preseason Week One: Winners and Losers

Performances in the early days of preseason should always be treated with a fair amount of skepticism. For established veterans, these short appearances serve as nothing more than an aid to helping them get back into game shape, but for… Continue Reading →

NFL Quarterback Shuffle

Around the middle of the NFL season, usually week 7-9, teams hit that proverbial fork in the road. Coaching staffs around the league have personnel decisions to make at the most important position, the starting QB. Option A is pretty… Continue Reading →

US Olympic Swimming Team Lights Up

Los Angeles, U.S.A. — Luminys Systems Corp. proudly supported the 2012 U.S. Olympic Swimming Team Trials at CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Nebraska with the company’s proprietary SoftSun lights. Luminys provides the world’s most powerful and controllable single source lights for sporting… Continue Reading →

Play-On: Rays, Cardinals Clinch Wildcards

Baseball never disappoints. It came down to game 162, the final regular season game, to see who would be the last two wildcard teams in each of the American and National League. The Atlanta Braves were tied with the St…. Continue Reading →

The Gold Standard: Previewing The USA Men’s Basketball Team

Amid the self-proclaimed comparisons to the 1992 “Dream Team”, a side that boasted eleven future NBA Hall of Famers, notably the likes of Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, and Magic Johnson, one vital fact seems to be consistently overlooked; the 2012… Continue Reading →

Official Olympic Collector Coins Available in Silver and Gold

Richmond, U.S.A. – The British Royal Mint has announced a distribution deal with Stauer and GovMint to release their official Olympic London 2012 coin collection. Consumers will now be able to collect each of the unique gold and silver coins as a celebration of this year’s… Continue Reading →

Lionel Messi: Unappreciated Genius

Genius in sports does not come around every day, and when it does, it should not be hard to recognize and appreciate. When an athlete accomplishes things in a sport that have never been done before and does it in… Continue Reading →


In BMX, many professional riders come and go. Few stay in the spot light for an extended period of time. Chris Doyle is one of the exceptions to this. Doyle has been a professional bike rider for fourteen years. With… Continue Reading →

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