1. Steve Nash May Not Be the Answer the Los Angeles Lakers Are Looking for

    Those who repeat history are doomed to ignore it. Yeah, I know that's a bit mixed up, but it actually describes the Los Angeles Lakers' sign-and-trade deal for Steve Nash first reported by John Gambadoro of KTAR radio...

    Jay Renard Davis Written by Jay Renard Davis about 2 years ago 1,770 reads 21 comments

  2. How Dwight Howard's Free Agency Mess Helps LeBron James

    The summer of 2012 will be historic because of the great sporting events that have, and will, take place. The world is looking forward to the 2012 Summer Olympics in London at the end of this summer...

    Jay Renard Davis Written by Jay Renard Davis about 2 years ago 1,652 reads 0 comments

  3. NBA Trade Rumors: Ryan Anderson Makes the New Orleans Hornets a Dangerous Team

    Ryan Anderson has agreed to a four-year deal worth $36 million with the New Orleans Hornets , according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. This means that the NBA 's toughest division, the Southwest, just got tougher...

    Jay Renard Davis Written by Jay Renard Davis about 2 years ago 1,101 reads 1 comments

  4. The 5 Worst Events in Houston Sports History

    They say inspiration comes from strange sources. I don't think I've ever agreed more. I came up with the idea for this article while hugging a cool porcelain toilet in the Staples Center's men's bathroom closest to section 206 back in January...

    Jay Renard Davis Written by Jay Renard Davis about 2 years ago 817 reads 0 comments

  5. Jeremy Lin to the Houston Rockets Would Be a Move That Makes 'Cents'

    As tweeted by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, restricted free-agent Jeremy Lin has reportedly agreed to a four-year, $28.8 million contract with the Houston Rockets ...

    Jay Renard Davis Written by Jay Renard Davis about 2 years ago 3,255 reads 15 comments

  6. How the Dwight Howard Saga Is Familiar Ground for Houston Rockets Fans

    We've been here before. At least, Houston Rockets fans who were around in the '90s have been. See, there was a time we weren't just a middle-of-the-road team that desperately needed a star to carry us to the promised land...

    Jay Renard Davis Written by Jay Renard Davis about 2 years ago 2,106 reads 7 comments

  7. Kyle Lowry vs. Chris Paul: 5 Things to Watch for from the West's Best One Guards

    One is a herky-jerky, change of pace dribble surgeon capable of dissecting your defense. The other is a bull in a china store with acrobatic shots and vastly improved long range shooting at his disposal...

    Jay Renard Davis Written by Jay Renard Davis about over 2 years ago 300 reads 0 comments

  8. Chris Paul Wins a Game for the Clippers That They Would Have Lost Last Season

    I really wanted to write a different article. Despite my fiancee pleading for me not to, I wanted to write about how her favorite basketball team, the Los Angeles Clippers , had ...

    Jay Renard Davis Written by Jay Renard Davis about over 2 years ago 429 reads 2 comments

  9. Tom Brady's Tuck Rule Effect: 5 Rules That Should Be Added to Sports

    Though it has existed since 1999, the "Tuck Rule" is known in many circles as the "Tom Brady" rule. On a snowy January afternoon in 2002, the Oakland Raiders' playoffs run ended because of that very rule...

    Jay Renard Davis Written by Jay Renard Davis about over 2 years ago 369 reads 1 comments

  10. They're N.O. Saints: Is There a Such Thing as Running Up the Score in the NFL?

    On Monday night, when Drew Brees vaulted himself into the NFL lore by breaking Dan Marino's single season passing record, I rushed to view the onslaught of Tweets. (I often do that now that I am learning my way around the Twitterverse...

    Jay Renard Davis Written by Jay Renard Davis about over 2 years ago 1,248 reads 53 comments

  11. Running the Table: How the Miami Heat Could Rewrite NBA History

    Did you ever see that movie, The Perfect Storm , with George Clooney and Marky Mark? (Yeah, I still refuse to call him Mark Wahlberg for some reason...

    Jay Renard Davis Written by Jay Renard Davis about over 2 years ago 647 reads 6 comments

  12. NBA Opening Day: Ten Gifts the NBA Gave the Fans.

    Twas the NBA on Christmas, with five great games, Big dunks, huge shots, and a stat beast named James. The refs blew their whistles, and the players disagreed, So Odom got tossed and KG flipped out like Rasheed...

    Jay Renard Davis Written by Jay Renard Davis about over 2 years ago 270 reads 1 comments

  13. Laker Haters: The Top Reasons We Will Always Hate the Los Angeles Lakers

    Sixteen World Championships means you're doing something right. Something very right. Some NBA teams (13 to be exact) have never even tasted championship champagne spray once. Not once...

    Jay Renard Davis Written by Jay Renard Davis about over 2 years ago 3,464 reads 9 comments