PHILADELPHIA (AP) — With the No. 27 pick in the NBA draft, the Miami Heat got a bit of financial flexibility.
Archive for: June 28th, 2012
It’s the Summer of Law for the NFL, and the latest piece of legal news relates to a fascinating case that somehow has remained off the radar screen for more than a year. Redskins tight end Fred Davis was sued in early 2011 by Makini Chaka, a 33-year-old self-described “celebrity broker,” who says she organizes…
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Sam Mikulak walked down the hall after arguably the biggest day of his life, oblivious.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — After a couple of epic duels with his biggest rival, Michael Phelps made this one look easy.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Danell Leyva reasserted his place on the U.S. gymnastics landscape Thursday, moving ahead of teammate John Orozco after the first day of the U.S. Olympic trials. Leyva, the 2010 national all-around champion, scored 91.700, a point more than Orozco, who stunned Leyva at nationals in St. Louis earlier this month but faltered on pommel horse and vault in San Jose.
To little surprise, the biggest NFL stadium will be trying to finagle an opportunity the biggest games in college football. Officials in Dallas-Fort Worth already have formed a new entity, dubbed the Stadium Events Organizing Committee, for the purposes of competing for the NCAA semifinals and/or championship game, according to the Houston Chronicle. And, naturally,…
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Mario Balotelli flexed his muscles in more ways than one.
(AP) — Sidney Crosby wants to be a Pittsburgh Penguin “forever.”
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — The Cleveland Cavaliers have acquired the rights to center Tyler Zeller from the Dallas Mavericks for the Nos. 24, 33 and 34 picks in the NBA draft.