Monthly Archives: November 2011

Nets Looking at Deron Williams, Dwight Howard for the Future

Even though teams can’t make deals to players until December 9th, the NBA has allowed the squads to talk to players starting today. And some teams have already made some deals ready to go, like the New Jersey Nets have done so. Right now, the Nets are looking to have point guard Deron Williams as

Chicago Bulls Eyeing New Deal for Derrick Rose

The Chicago Bulls already know their top priority before the NBA season tips off on Christmas Day: get a new deal for star player, Derrick Rose. Rose’s rookie contract will be up this year and he has done a lot after a few years, as the number one overall pick has won an MVP award

Liar Liar! Sorry, Don’t Buy the Urban Meyer Hiring

If there’s a man who is hired to take on a new coaching gig, amidst an economic downturn that can’t be trusted as times become more fragile and scarier, Urban Meyer is clearly the man. Life at Ohio State will never be opulent or euphoric until Meyer stuns folks with his notorious I-Quit episodes that’d

Clippers To Pursue Dwight Howard?

The NBA lockout still has to undergo some minor details (vote and ratify) before it’s officially over. The news has started to pick up regarding who’ll get released, traded, or signing elsewhere. Orlando Magic big man Dwight Howard has been dodging questions about his future whereabouts, but that won’t stop the rumor mill from ramping up. Reports say that the

DREAM And One FC Combine MMA Forces

DREAM, the MMA league that surfaced in Japan shortly after the fall of PRIDE, is taking a crucial step to diversify with a newly-formed partnership announced Monday. One FC, based in Singapore, will be the new promotional partner for the premiere Japanese MMA league. The two curcuits will also share the fighter pool in the

Jacksonville Jaguars Remove Jack Del Rio as Head Coach

The NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars announced on Nov. 29 that head coach Jack Del Rio has been relieved of his duties. Del Rio was just the second coach in the franchise’s history and was in his ninth year coaching the club. However, his 3-8 record after 11 games left a lot to be desired and team

Paul Maurice Fired by Carolina Hurricanes

Paul Maurice was fired by the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes for the second time on Nov. 28 and has been replaced by former six-time all-star Kirk Muller, who enjoyed a 19-year career with the New Jersey Devils, Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Islanders, Dallas Stars, and Florida Panthers. This will be Muller’s first crack

Connecticut Boxer Matt Remillard Sentenced to 5 Years For Baseball Bat Attack

Professional Boxer Matt Remillard is more than capable of fighting with his fists, but after a fateful night of violence he picked up a baseball bat and bludgeoned a man neary to death over their common relationship with a woman. The promising career of the 25-year-old Connecticut boxer will now be put on hold for