Houston-area native Mike Evans on Harvey: 'It's a tragic time right now'

Aug 28, 2017 | by Jenna Laine, ESPN

TAMPA, Fla. -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans not only feels the pain of those suffering from Hurricane Harvey in his home state of Texas, but he has also lived those horrors before.

"My sophomore year of high school, I had to relocate for a while because Hurricane Ike hit," said Evans, who is from Galveston, about 50 miles southeast of Houston.

Ike, a ...


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We’re thrilled to partner with Boehringer Ingelheim Canada Inc. and NBA Player Nik Stauskas for the Kiss IPF Goodbye TM Charity Basketball Game!

This is an event you don’t want to miss! You’ll have a chance to shoot hoops with Nik, see the Raptor’s Dance Pak perform live, meet local celebrities and win cool prizes! More importantly, you’ll be providing hope and raising funds for ...

Green Bay Packers give Brett Hundley long look vs. Denver Broncos

Aug 27, 2017 | by Ryan Wood,

DENVER – Brett Hundley was told to be ready. This third exhibition, a setting usually reserved for regular-season dress rehearsals, was his game.

The Green Bay Packers' backup quarterback would play early Saturday night, and he would play late. When his final drive against the Denver Broncos would come, Hundley said, he didn’t know. But there he was late in the ...

More than Just “Shooter McDermott”

Aug 25, 2017 | by Nick Gallo,

The NBA is a league of “more”. More skills, more star players, more athleticism, more defense, more leadership, more shooting. Really, what every player and every team wants, for the most part, is more of everything. The more a player can do, the more worth they have to their team. The more a team can do, the higher they can ...

Sam Dekker honored to be part of Strike Out Cancer Day at Wisconsin Timber Rattlers game

Aug 23, 2017 | by Jordan Jacobson, Post-Crescent

GRAND CHUTE - It is never easy to battle against cancer, or see a close relative or friend deal with it.

Former Sheboygan Lutheran and Wisconsin Badgers basketball star Sam Dekker participated in Strike Out Cancer Day before, and during, the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers game at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium on Tuesday.

“This is my third or fourth year ...

Decision Made For Drew Stanton As No. 2

Aug 22, 2017 | by Darren Urban,
Decision Made For Drew Stanton As No. 2

If there was any question about the quarterback depth chart behind Carson Palmer -- not that there really ever was, given previous statements by both coach Bruce Arians and General Manager Steve Keim -- it's over now.

During an appearance Tuesday on the "Bickley and Marotta" Show on Arizona Sports 98.7, Arians was asked again about the choice of who was going to be ...

Andrew Nicholson to play for Canada in FIBA AmeriCup

Aug 22, 2017 | by Mississauga News
Andrew Nicholson to play for Canada in FIBA AmeriCup

Andrew Nicholson will suit up for Team Canada next week at the FIBA AmeriCup basketball tournament in Argentina.

Nicholson, who recently became an NBA free agent, will play for the Canadians as they begin the first step in their goal of qualifying for the 2019 FIBA World Cup.

Kurt Warner to help select U.S. Cellular Most Valuable Coach in nod to impact of coaches

Aug 22, 2017 | by Cam Smith, USA Today High School Sports

Kurt Warner’s life is in a pretty good place. He’s a Pro Football Hall of Famer. His eldest son is entering his first season as a football player at Nebraska. And, not to be overlooked, Warner is now an established high school football coach, entering his fifth season as the offensive coordinator at Desert Mountain High in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Trevor Siemian named Broncos starting quarterback

Aug 22, 2017 | by Jeff Legwold, ESPN

The Denver Broncos have named Trevor Siemian as their starting quarterback, with coach Vance Joseph saying Monday that Siemian was the "clear-cut winner" in his competition with Paxton Lynch.

"We decided on making Trevor Siemian our quarterback," Joseph said. "Both guys competed hard. Both guys wanted the job. We're pleased with both guys, but overall the operation of the entire offense, decision-making, ball placement, was more ...

Derrick Walton Jr. already has his place in Miami Heat history

Aug 21, 2017 | by Ira Winderman, sun-sentinel

It's not quite being Rony Seikaly, the Miami Heat's first draft pick, or Alonzo Mourning, the franchise's first All-Star. But Derrick Walton Jr. nonetheless has earned his own unique place in the team's 30-year history.

On July 24, the undrafted point guard out of Michigan became the first player signed by the Heat to a two-way contract. And that will make his ...


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