DeMarcus Cousins signed with the Los Angeles Lakers last off-season. An ACL injury ended his season before it began, however, and the former All-Star was released by the Lakers a few weeks ago.
Coronavirus has halted sport. Major League Baseball is no different. Spring Training was cancelled, the season has been postponed, and despite ambitious proposals to play games in Arizona and Florida, there’s little sign of the season returning yet.
With the Coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe, many parts of our daily lives have come to a halt.
Following a heartbreaking Super Bowl LIV loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, Kyle Shanahan and co. are not resting on their laurels. After being aggressive in the first round of the 2020 NFL draft, San Francisco has traded a 2020 5th round draft pick and a 2021 3rd round draft pick to the Washington Redskins for perennial all-pro Trent Williams.
The first round of the 2020 NFL Draft for the San Francisco 49ers burst into life following the trade of long-time servant DeForest Buckner to the Indianapolis Colts for the 13th overall pick. Heading into the first round, the 49ers had pressing needs at wide receiver, cornerback and tackle.
Which teams enjoyed the best first round?
The 2020 NFL Draft started on Thursday night with the promise it was going to be an event like no other. All 32 teams made sure their personnel were kitted out with multiple monitors, a collection of phones and a (hopeful) stable Wi-Fi connection.
The NFL Draft is quickly approaching. One of the most essential things about this year's unique draft is the loaded class at wide receiver that it provides. Without any doubt, CeeDee Lamb, Jerry Jeudy, and Henry Ruggs are bound to all land inside the top 15 with many teams in need for a prolific wideout. However, the evaluations past those three future stars are much less consistent.
Arizona running back J.J. Taylor may only stand at just 5’5 but what he lacks in height, he certainly makes up for in quickness and agility.
How much impact with Gronkowski have?
Alen Ramic is joined by Rob Staton to preview the NFL Draft.
The 21st century has been pretty generous to Beantown sports. Pick any year in the last two decades, and there is more than a 50-50 chance the city of Boston has held an open-top bus parade for its NFL, MLB, NBA or NHL champions.
How will the 2020 NFL Draft play out?
The National Football League Draft – which is the NFL’s most common source of player recruitment - is just a couple of weeks away.
'Playing for Keeps' is an absolute triumph of basketball literature.