1. NBA Power Rankings: Who Are The Top 10 Point Guards at Midseason?

    Now that every team has played at least half of its regular season games, trends have been established. The Spurs can't seem to lose and the Cavaliers can't seem to win. The Heat are more than capable of getting hot and the Lakers can go ice cold...

    Tom Loughrey Written by Tom Loughrey about over 3 years ago 924 reads 28 comments

  2. Jay Cutler: Top 5 Tweets Ripping Chicago Bears Quarterback

    An emotionless Jay Cutler watched as his Chicago Bears fell to the Green Bay Packers 21-14. The Bears quarterback aggravated a mysterious knee injury in the first half and returned for one drive in the second half before calling it a day...

    Tom Loughrey Written by Tom Loughrey about over 3 years ago 2,593 reads 0 comments

  3. Super Bowl 2011: Five Reasons Why the Green Bay Packers Will Top the NFL

    Now that both NFL Conference Championship games have been played out in the bitter cold of Pittsburgh and Chicago, Super Bowl XLV has its two participants. The Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers...

    Tom Loughrey Written by Tom Loughrey about over 3 years ago 228 reads 0 comments

  4. Andy Roddick Cruises To Third Round in Routine Fashion

    Nine was the magic number for Andy Roddick on Wednesday in Paris. Roddick hit nine aces on Wednesday, while only dropping nine points in his nine service games to motor past an in-form Jarkko Nieminen 6-1, 6-4 at the BNP Paribas Masters...

    Tom Loughrey Written by Tom Loughrey about almost 4 years ago 87 reads 0 comments

  5. Fernando Verdasco Bagels Arnaud Clement In Third-Set Victory, Keeps Hope Alive

    Fernando Verdasco only won four points during five Arnaud Clement service games in the first set of Tuesday's second-round match at Paris...

    Tom Loughrey Written by Tom Loughrey about almost 4 years ago 173 reads 3 comments

  6. Mikhail Youzhny Falls Victim To Ernests Gulbis, Out of Race

    Mikhail Youzhny needed a lot of help to make the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, unfortunately he could not even live up to his own end of the bargain...

    Tom Loughrey Written by Tom Loughrey about almost 4 years ago 193 reads 0 comments

  7. Tomas Berdych, David Ferrer and Andy Roddick Lead Six-Man Battle For London

    With the BNP Paribas Masters getting underway today in Paris, the race for the year-end championships is at its most exciting point. Six players are still eligible for the last three spots in London...

    Tom Loughrey Written by Tom Loughrey about almost 4 years ago 486 reads 4 comments

  8. Andy Roddick Unbreakable in Basel Return, Keeps Pressure On Fellow Competitors

    Andy Roddick was dealt a tough draw. His first round opponent in the Swiss Indoors Basel field was fellow American Sam Querrey. Roddick is 4-2 all-time against Querrey, but dropped a tough three-set decision in Memphis in the pair's last meeting...

    Tom Loughrey Written by Tom Loughrey about almost 4 years ago 271 reads 5 comments

  9. David Ferrer Displays Grinder Role in Comeback Win at Valencia Open

    David Ferrer hit zero aces in his match against Guillermo Garcia-Lopez on Tuesday. For most, that would spell imminent doom. Ferrer made below 60 percent of his first serves in the contest...

    Tom Loughrey Written by Tom Loughrey about almost 4 years ago 160 reads 0 comments

  10. Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic Highlight Barclays World Tour Finals

    As the 2010 season winds down, eight elite tennis players will soon travel to London to showcase their talents in the year-end championships...

    Tom Loughrey Written by Tom Loughrey about almost 4 years ago 981 reads 19 comments

  11. Ernests Gulbis: When Will Potential Turn To Consistent Results?

    At the beginning of the 2008 Australian Open, I predicted that 38th ranked Jo-Wilfried Tsonga would be an established Top 20 player by the end of the season...

    Tom Loughrey Written by Tom Loughrey about almost 4 years ago 525 reads 2 comments

  12. Rafael Nadal Closes Grand Slam Season on Top

    He may be light on his feet, but his shots have never felt heavier to his opponents. A fit, in-form Rafael Nadal blazed through the field at the US Open, dropping only one set...

    Tom Loughrey Written by Tom Loughrey about 4 years ago 1,294 reads 0 comments