1. New York Yankees: Was Joba's First Start A Success?

    So was Joba Chamberlain's first start a success? He only lasted 2 1/3 innings and gave up two runs, one earned and four walks. The sell out Bronx crowd wanted to see Chamberlain pitch well and show he's worthy of a starting job...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about 6 years ago 234 reads 0 comments

  2. JOBA Spells Relief for Yankees

    With the New York Yankees sitting alone in last place behind teams like the Baltimore Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays, fans want to see Joba Chamberlain in the starting rotation sooner rather than later...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about 6 years ago 287 reads 0 comments

  3. Can Aaron Rodgers Succeed Where Others Have Failed...in Replacing a Legend?

    As the Green Bay Packers announced that they will keep Brett Favre's old locker as a shrine for all to see, can new starter Aaron Rodgers succeed behind center under the huge microscope? Talk about big shoes to fill...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about 6 years ago 1,483 reads 14 comments

  4. Jose Canseco to Fight Ex NFL Pro Bowler Vai Sikahema

    After two costly divorces, one home foreclosure and a failed book sequel, Jose Canseco is ready to mix it up in the boxing ring...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about 6 years ago 1,670 reads 7 comments

  5. Boston Celtics: There's No Place Like Home...Not So Fast!

    The Boston Celtics have done everything right at home throughout the playoffs and nothing right on the road. So Game Two in Boston against the Pistons should be a mere formality as they look for their 10th straight win...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 405 reads 0 comments

  6. Chicago Bulls, What Will You Do with No. 1 Pick in NBA Draft?

    Now that the NBA lottery picks have been announced, the top selection went to the Chicago Bulls. But with a handful of potential Hall of famers available who should the baby Bulls ...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 725 reads 0 comments

  7. Pistons Have Playoff Experience, Celtics Have Solid Record: Who's Finals Bound?

    The Boston Celtics can't win on the road and the Detroit Pistons have been resting for a week now. The Pistons have the most playoff experience between the two and the Celtics put up the best record in the NBA...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 889 reads 2 comments

  8. Spurs vs. Lakers: Who's Going to Win?

    Now that the San Antonio Spurs have finished off the New Orleans Hornets, it's hard not to look ahead to their next series with the Los Angeles Lakers...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 1,570 reads 3 comments

  9. Olympics: A Little Redemption For Amputee Pistorius

    As I've argued many times before ,double-amputee sprinter Oscar Pistorius deserves a chance to be able to compete in the Olympics...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 385 reads 0 comments

  10. Open Mic: Paying College Players Goes Back A Long Time Just Ask John Wooden

    With O.J. Mayo getting a full court press of questions surrounding his suspicion for taking money and other gifts from an area sports promoter and area sports agent, will the NCAA finally get ...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 2,812 reads 26 comments

  11. NBA: Danny Ainge Executive Of The Year...Are You Kidding?

    I like the Boston Celtics and Danny Ainge just as much as the next guy and think the C's are the best team in the league but Danny Ainge is far from being the NBA Executive of The Year...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 575 reads 3 comments

  12. Detroit Pistons Did It, but Will a Road Team Win Again in the NBA Playoffs?

    The Detroit Pistons found the secret to winning a road game but will any other team win a road game in the second round of the NBA playoffs? Home teams are now 17-1 with Boston and Los Angeles looking to extend the home teams' dominance...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 922 reads 0 comments

  13. USC Should Stand For University Of Soliciting Cash!

    First a report came out about Reggie Bush accepting gifts while he played football at the University of Southern California, now it's O.J. Mayo's turn to field questions about taking money and other gifts in his only year on the court...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 1,101 reads 5 comments

  14. West to East in the NBA: Is Mike D'Antoni Move a Sign of Things to Come?

    As Mike D'Antoni is looking into real estate trends in New York, will his move signal a growing trend of players and coaches moving to the easier Eastern Conference for a chance to win the ...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 792 reads 3 comments

  15. MLB: Should Yankees Hit Panic Button?

    While it's still way too early to determine where each major league baseball team will finish at the end of the season, Yankees fans are getting restless watching their team struggle...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 640 reads 4 comments

  16. NFL: Matt Walsh Finally Hands Over Tapes But Not Of Super Bowl

    According to sources former New England Patriots videographer Matt Walsh handed over eight tapes that supposedly have other teams' play calling signals on them...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 484 reads 1 comments

  17. NBA: After Much Speculation Kobe Bryant Is Expected To Be MVP

    Ever since he helped split up the duo with Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant has looked for this opportunity for success...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 821 reads 3 comments

  18. My Biggest Sports Pet Peeves!

    Look. We all have them and to us, they're meaningful. That's right, I'm talking about pet peeves in sports, things that just fire us up. I'm not sure why they bother me but they do and I have to let it out...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 578 reads 0 comments

  19. MLB: Five Years From Now...Best Hall Of Fame Class Ever?

    As John Smoltz is recovering from his shoulder injury, he may call it quits after this season. So if his current teammate Tom Glavine and former teammate Greg Maddux decide to retire after this ...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 968 reads 5 comments

  20. MLB: Which Sub-.500 Team Will Bounce Back?

    With every new season there comes hope. Hope that a team can build on the success of the previous season and hope that youth will continue to develop...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 804 reads 2 comments

  21. Roger Clemens: Why Is Everyone Lying About Me?

    So let me get this straight. Roger Clemens didn't take steroids and sued former trainer Brian McNamee to get his reputation back, then went in front of Congress (which didn't help his case to look innocent)...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 2,808 reads 12 comments

  22. Larry Brown on the Road to Charlotte, Will Coach Bobcats

    Larry Brown, the official coaching gypsy, has made it official. He's coming back to coach the Charlotte Bobcats and to reunite with basketball legend Michael Jordan...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 1,075 reads 2 comments

  23. MLB: Wow, Roger...So What Else Did Steroids Make Clemens Do?

    Roger Clemens has denied taking steroids and HGH during his career even though the evidence says otherwise, but it has now been discovered that he had a 10 year relationship with a girl starting when she was 15...

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 1,267 reads 0 comments

  24. College Hoops: The Real Reason Why Hansbrough's Staying Put!

    By now everyone's heard that Tyler Hansbrough is returning for his senior season at North Carolina. Few college basketball fans realize that this isn't a real surprise.....

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 1,073 reads 3 comments

  25. NFL: Best Offensive Linemen Of All-Time

    With the first pick in the 2008 NFL Draft the Miami Dolphins selects Jake Long, offensive lineman out of the University of Michigan. Obviously the men upfront are important and they get left out of most conversations about the best players in NFL history

    John Lewis Written by John Lewis about over 6 years ago 15,645 reads 1 comments