Per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, prized forward and one-time All-Star Gordon Hayward has agreed to a four-year, $120 million contract with the Charlotte Hornets.
Last night, per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Houston Rockets traded forward Robert Covington to the Portland Trail Blazers in exchange for Trevor Ariza, 2020 first-round pick and a 2021 protected first-round pick.
Per Adam Schefter on Twitter, the San Francisco 49ers have traded linebacker Kwon Alexander to the New Orleans Saints in exchange for a 5th round draft pick and linebacker Kiko Alonso.
As the first quarter of the Browns' Week Seven matchup against the Cinncinati Bengals drew to a close, the world was collapsing around Baker Mayfield. The Browns quarterback began the game 0/5 with 1 interception. To make matters worse, star wideout Odell Beckham Jr. tore his ACL chasing down the interception.
Over the past two seasons, the New England Patriots have seriously struggled at the wide receiver position. In 2019, a 42-year-old Tom Brady was left with running back James White being his number one offensive weapon. While White is a good player, if he's your best weapon on offence, you're going to struggle and that's exactly what Brady did in 2019.
Per NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, Tyronn Lue has agreed to a five-year deal to become the head coach of the L.A. Clippers. The former Cleveland Cavaliers head coach will take over the star-studded team after an embarrassing exit from the NBA bubble in the second round of the Western Conference playoffs.
After a crushing loss in Super Bowl LIV, the San Francisco 49ers were meant to exact revenge on the rest of the NFL via a 'Revenge Tour 2020'. Well, five weeks into the 2020 season and it seems the rest of the NFL is getting revenge on the 49ers.
As LeBron James celebrates his fourth championship and fourth Finals MVP, the LeBron vs Michael Jordan debate is everywhere. Matthew Bowen dives deep into the cases for two of the greatest players in NBA history...
While the Colts haven't been tested against the upper echelons of the NFL, they have proven, outside of that Week One anomaly, that they are a competent organisation. But in a league with the Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers and Baltimore Ravens do the Colts have enough to win it all?
However, these past three weeks have been a masterclass in play-calling from Schottenheimer, quarterbacking from Wilson and receiver play from both Lockett and Metcalf. If Wilson, and to a larger extent the Seahawks, are to maintain this level of execution, then the NFC may have found it's Super Bowl contender to take on Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.
On Wednesday the 2020 NBA Finals commence between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat. The Lakers punched their ticket by beating the Denver Nuggets, 4 games to 1. The Heat reached the Finals by outplaying the Boston Celtics, 4 games to 2. Both ball clubs have a serious shot at winning the Larry O'Brien trophy. Yet, only one can. So let's break it down.
The Los Angeles Lakers became Western Conference champions for the first time since 2010 on Saturday. LeBron James has booked his place in his 10th NBA Finals, becoming only the fourth player ever to do so. Matthew Bowen looks at how the feat impacts James’ legacy and what it means for the Lakers…
Josh Allen is ready to take the leap. The Bills shoot-out victory over the Miami Dolphins last Sunday saw Allen throw for 417 yards, 4 touchdowns and 0 interceptions with a yards per attempt (Y/A) of 11.91 and a completion percentage (cmp%) of 68.57. Furthermore, Allen has become the first Bills quarterback to throw for 300+ yards in back to back games since Drew Bledsoe in 2002.
This Clippers team is mentally weak at the moment. Outside of Kawhi, what has any of this Clippers roster won? If you were being extremely harsh then you could say this Clippers team is full of posers, chokers, high-school bullies who act tough until they get socked in the jaw then proceed to run home to their mothers.
A mouth-watering match-up between the Boston Celtics and the Miami Heat awaits us in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Celtics secured their place by besting the 2019 champs the Toronto Raptors in a tough fought seven-game series. The Heat reached the Eastern Finals two games earlier than Boston, upsetting the number one seed Milwaukee Bucks four games to one.