NFL’s free agency period is still very much in full swing. The San Francisco 49ers made a move to help keep its secondary dominant in inking safety Craig Dahl to a three-year deal on Saturday.
Dahl was a 16-game starter for the St. Louis Rams in 2012, but he will be lacing them up with the division rival Niners next year.
Perhaps somebody should let Mr. Dahl know that it will be 2013, however.
When news broke that Von Miller had been cut by the Denver Broncos because he didn’t get his restructured contract faxed in in time, the Twitterverse exploded over the fact that the NFL still actually uses fax machines.
Hey, at least that’s not nearly as antiquated as a feather pen.
The NBA has confirmed that the Spurs made an illegal substitution when Tim Duncan was allowed back into the game after Ray Allen’s game-tying shot at the end of regulation.
LeBron James has huge plans for the evening before Game 7 between his Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs. They involve his kids, a TV, and SpongeBob.
Brazilian soccer star Neymar scored one silky goal and then showed off his world-class dribbling skills on an assist to Jo against Mexico in the Confederations Cup.
As far as the Heat’s Chris Bosh is concerned, the bandwagon fans who left Game 6 early can just watch Game 7 from home in their bro tanks.
After months of basketball and a roller coaster NBA Finals, it all comes down to this: Who is going to win a decisive Game 7 of the NBA Finals?
Jimmy Fallon unveils his 2013 Stanley Cup Finals Superlatives and they are pretty witty.