Sure, Kliff Kingsbury said Tuesday that Josh Rosen was "our guy." But after Murray signed on with the Arizona head coach’s agent this week, we can’t forget about the previous comments Kingsbury made about the dual-sport star.
They need a stadium to play in before their move to Las Vegas in 2020. As their relationship with the city of Oakland deteriorates, ambitious suitors are putting forth creative proposals. How does the Tucson-Birmingham Raiders sound?
Only two games in, the biggest star traded at the deadline has wasted no time in putting his stamp on Toronto. Gasol is the best passing big man the franchise has ever seen, and with that comes both joys and challenges.
Once upon a time, insurgent campaigns could push candidates in both parties to revise their policies and alter the face of American politics. But the former Starbucks CEO’s race toward the middle has revealed how third-party platforms have all but died in the political imagination.
The seven-year vet is making his first All-Star appearance on the back of Milwaukee’s league-leading record. If the Bucks maintain this level of excellence into the playoffs, Middleton might finally prove his status as an elite NBA player.
The Pelicans are being forced to play their unhappy, injury-prone superstar, the Lakers are stuck with a team full of deflated youngsters, and the NBA itself is left to deal with a thorny competitive situation
Have we reached peak true crime horror story? Almost certainly not, given the appetite of the viewing public. The latest entrant to the genre is the Netflix documentary which traces the kidnapping of Jan Broberg in the 1970s by a neighbor.
Steven Soderbergh’s Netflix film, which inverts the standard trope that all athletes are replaceable, is so current it almost seems like it’s from the future. In modernizing the message about labor, it forces us to think about player power—and whether athletes need owners, or even a league.