1. 10 Recent Sports Team Rebuilds That Went Right

    What does it take to successfully rebuild a franchise in professional sports? The answer isn't as cut-and-dry as one would think. Plenty of franchises have attempted to blow their teams up and rebuild, but only a few have achieved that goal...

    Giancarlo Ferrari-King Written by Giancarlo Ferrari-King about 5 months ago 43,886 reads 126 comments

  2. American Grit 2016: TV Schedule, Preview for John Cena Reality Show

    WWE Superstar John Cena will continue dabbling in other areas of the entertainment industry when his reality TV series, American Grit , begins airing on Fox with Thursday's premiere at 9 p...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 5 months ago 2,784 reads 2 comments

  3. Super Intense Sports Stars Who Don't Care What You Think

    Russell Westbrook is probably the most intense player in today's NBA. His intensity is so dense, in fact, it's scary...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 5 months ago 7,100 reads 15 comments

  4. Hall of Fame Worthy? 20 Athletes with Short but Dominant Careers

    Placing an athlete in the Hall of Fame isn't an easy task. Countless names have been snubbed over the years for a variety of reasons. One category that will be debated until the end of time is athletes who had short but dominant careers...

    Giancarlo Ferrari-King Written by Giancarlo Ferrari-King about 5 months ago 12,610 reads 33 comments

  5. Michael Jordan's Father James' Murder Trial Could Reopen Due to New Evidence

    A judge in North Carolina is determining whether to grant a new trial in the murder of Michael Jordan's father, James, per Michael Gordon and Mark Washburn of the Charlotte Observer ...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 5 months ago 103,125 reads 11 comments

  6. 9 Times a Player Gloriously Broke an Unwritten Rule

    There are rules in sports and then there are unwritten rules, where players are supposed to self-legislate themselves for the good of the game, respect their opposition and set a good example for future generations...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 5 months ago 68,964 reads 99 comments

  7. 10 Best Athlete Man Caves

    Everybody reading this sentence has his or her own version of what could be called a "man cave." A man cave may be a traditional space such as a basement that is filled with ...

    Zac Wassink Written by Zac Wassink about 5 months ago 57,976 reads 10 comments

  8. 10 Recent Sports Moves We Did Not See Coming

    Sam Hinkie's resignation, as reported by ESPN's Marc Stein , wasn't the most shocking sports development of the year, but its timing did come as a surprise...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 5 months ago 12,003 reads 10 comments

  9. 25 Recent Jaw-Dropping Sports Stats

    Statistics will always be a major part of sports. The numbers give us our measuring sticks for greatness and epic failure. As sports evolve, the perspective on the stats change, and what once seemed impossible can become a reality...

    Brian Mazique Written by Brian Mazique about 5 months ago 10,674 reads 13 comments

  10. 25 Sports Topics That Will Dominate the Rest of 2016

    We're already through the first quarter of 2016, but in many ways the sports calendar is just starting to heat up. Baseball season is upon us, and the NBA and NHL playoffs are just around the corner...

    Brian Mazique Written by Brian Mazique about 5 months ago 6,449 reads 12 comments

  11. Yeah, I Said It: 10 Disastrous Moves Athletes Might Make in 2016

    Athletes are forced to make serious and difficult decisions nearly every year of their careers. Players who enter free agency in professional leagues must choose where they want ...

    Zac Wassink Written by Zac Wassink about 5 months ago 14,140 reads 15 comments

  12. The Tightest-Knit Groups of Friends in Sports

    Forming cliques and having a tight-knit group of friends is all part of sports. Friendships are formed, bonds are generated and fans take notice. It doesn't matter what sport we turn to...

    Giancarlo Ferrari-King Written by Giancarlo Ferrari-King about 5 months ago 52,421 reads 40 comments

  13. The 25 Worst Things in Sports Right Now

    In my 31 years on Earth, there has always been one constant each and every day—sports. And whether I'm playing them, watching them or talking about them, sometimes there are things that make them the worst...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 5 months ago 14,510 reads 36 comments

  14. Follow Bleacher Report on Snapchat for Exclusive Looks at Sporting Events

    Television broadcasts capture a ton of action these days, but it's impossible for networks to catch everything that goes on at a sporting event. For those who want more, we have you covered...

    Kyle Newport Written by Kyle Newport about 5 months ago 4,407 reads 4 comments

  15. Athletes Who Go Big in Everything They Do

    Some guys and girls have a flare for the dramatic. Floyd Mayweather Jr. and new "frienemy" Adrien "The Problem" Broner are featured in the lead photo, but they aren't alone...

    Brian Mazique Written by Brian Mazique about 5 months ago 17,754 reads 12 comments

  16. 25 People Sports Social Media Hilariously Called Out, Part 2

    At long last, it's Part 2 of the latest sports social media victims. Part 1 told the hilarious tales of Alex Rodriguez's retirement indecision and Bill Murray's sad face...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 5 months ago 19,103 reads 10 comments

  17. Big Show and Former President George W. Bush Embrace During Mariners vs. Rangers

    It’s not often that former presidents stand in the shadows of anyone, but George W. Bush was literally in the shadow of wrestler Big Show on Monday at Opening Day for the Texas Rangers...

    Scott Polacek Written by Scott Polacek about 5 months ago 22,082 reads 70 comments

  18. 25 People Sports Social Media Hilariously Called Out, Part 1

    D'Angelo Russell has suddenly found himself on the losing end of Internet jokes, all because of a leaked video and possible bro code violation. The Los Angeles Lakers rookie is not alone...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 5 months ago 21,092 reads 17 comments

  19. You Make the Call: Cheating or Not?

    Did Maria Sharapova really cheat if she didn't know meldonium was on the banned drug list? Just because dooring an opponent in NASCAR is technically legal, should it be? Cheating is perhaps one of the most loaded topics in all of sports...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 5 months ago 22,443 reads 29 comments

  20. Fantasy 'Start or Sit' for MLB's Risky Stars Entering 2016's Opening Week

    Drafting a tip-top fantasy baseball squad only fulfills one portion of the vast puzzle. Without proper lineup management throughout the 162-game season, assembling the perfect team will prove all for naught...

    Andrew Gould Written by Andrew Gould about 5 months ago 8,229 reads 1 comments

  21. Jon Jones Will Fight Ovince Saint Preux at UFC 197

    Jon Jones will fight at UFC 197 —even though Daniel Cormier withdrew with an injury, per Brett Okamoto of ESPN.com...

    Daniel Kramer Written by Daniel Kramer about 5 months ago 22,126 reads 42 comments

  22. 25 Sports Movie Scenes Guaranteed to Have You Misty-Eyed

    If your eyes don't well up just a little during the hospital scene in Remember the Titans or the final fight in Warrior , then you are a hard, hard person. The fact is that sports are emotional...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 5 months ago 64,343 reads 78 comments

  23. Oscar Robertson Compares Buddy Hield to Stephen Curry

    NBA legend and Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson already made headlines earlier this year when he told ESPN's Mike and Mike (via CBS Sports' Matt Moore ) that teams' inability to play defense made Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry successful...

    Joe Pantorno Written by Joe Pantorno about 5 months ago 21,665 reads 80 comments

  24. Jason Terry Rumors: Latest News and Speculation on Rockets Guard's Future

    Houston Rockets guard Jason Terry interviewed for his next potential job on March 31, although it wasn't with another NBA team...

    Mike Norris Written by Mike Norris about 5 months ago 47,737 reads 31 comments

  25. 10 Coaches Who Could Still Suit Up and Play

    Remember when you were a kid and parents typically served as the coach of your little league team? Yeah, that's not really the case for pro athletes, who have ex-athletes and/or Hall of Famers serving as their coaches...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 5 months ago 46,624 reads 57 comments