Isiah Thomas will be introduced as the new coach of Florida International University tomorrow. And that makes Justin Forer smile.
This might be the craziest sentence you'll read all day: ONLINE SPORTSBOOK IS BETTING AGAINST THE LOS ANGELES LAKERS.
Around the time that the now well-known Michael Phelps photo circulated, and I'm not talking about the one of touching the wall, I noticed people quickly split themselves into two groups.
The headline you will see today is that PepsiCo is suing Coke, saying that the Coke’s Powerade ION 4 sports drinks downplay the effectiveness of PepsiCo’s Gatorade.
Ever since the whole Bernie Madoff scandal hit, it has been hard to figure out exactly how close the owners of the New York Mets and the disgraced financier actually were.
Last week, we took you through all the official partnerships at Yankee Stadium and Citi Field. But that left out some other creative deals that we didn’t mention.
Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard is averaging a double-double this season, with 20.7 points and nearly 14 rebounds a game.
Soon after Angel Cabrera won the Masters, I had just one question in my head: Is Cabrera accepting the largest green jacket ever made?
When Angel Cabrera won the U.S. Open in 2007, they were there. And when the golfer they call "The Pato" ("The Duck") won the Masters on Sunday night, they were there again. Who are they? South African Airways.
The tickets for tomorrow's game in the Delta Club Platinum level were auctioned off by trustee Irving Picard. The tickets might have been Madoff's best investment yet. The face value of the tickets are $525 each, meaning the trustee's return on investment was 614 percent.
The famous 5,000-calorie Fifth Third Burger was officially introduced by the West Michigan Whitecaps to its fans tonight, as the Single-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers played its first home game.
There are not many products that come across my desk that I get really excited about. But I was geeked up today when I received my pair of Zipway pants one of the greatest innovations in the sports apparel space in some time.
We got quite a reaction from our blog yesterday detailing the survey that revealed that almost 80 percent of male golfers would rather play a round at Augusta than go on a date with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model Bar Refaeli.
I was just reviewing stats put together by the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association, which always provides extremely interesting data that is rarely covered by the mainstream media.
It's always hard to say how much a particular player makes for a college program. But economics professor Robert Brown is pretty confident that Tyler Hansbrough was responsible for at least $1 million a year in revenue to North Carolina.
Over the past week, you might have read about the Cinderella story of Bemidji State. The small school based in Minnesota only finished its season three games over .500, but the team got into the NCAA ice hockey championship and beat Notre Dame and Cornell to get into the Frozen Four.
The Masters is one of those events that a lot of us sports fans dream to go to. But what would people give up to actually play the course?
Readers of this blog know I stare at ads and try to pick out inaccuracies. Trust me, I'm no longer on the greeting card list at M&M's, Blackberry, Sprint, or DirecTV.
Last week, I spent time with infomercial product king Ron Popeil, who will be part of my documentary "As Seen On TV." The show will air at 9 p.m./1 a.m. ET on Wednesday, April 22.
A book by Michael Phelps' mom, Debbie, hits bookstores today and given recent events, it might not be the easiest sell.