The death of Robert Traylor shocked sports fans on Wednesday morning. The Michigan Wolverine, who was drafted with high hopes by the Dallas Mavericks in 1998, was found dead in his Puerto Rican apartment.
Traylor had been missing for three days before his apartment was searched. The NBA lost one of its own much too soon. We will keep you updated on all the details from the sad news.
From sadness to disarray, we have to take a look at the LA Lakers going into the 2012 season. The freshly swept defending champs are going through their exit interviews, a task they are about a month early in doing.
What lies next is up for some conjecture. Mitch Kupchak will take a good hard look at this team, and decide whether to hit the big red button to blow it all up. With Dwight Howard itching for a new team, the Lakers have to be thinking about big time moves.
Staying with the NBA, we will touch upon LeBron James and his march deep into the playoffs. With each dazzling performance, his image gets rebuffed and polished. Can he reclaim the majesty he once had with fans? We have the answer.
All of this and more are coming your way in Wednesday's Sports News. Continue to read to see all the sports world has to offer.