Photo of the Day: LeBron James Rocking Full Dallas Cowboys Gear

LeBron Cowboys

We all know that LeBron James is from Northeast Ohio. Akron, to be precise, which is about 40 minutes or so south of Cleveland. Being this close to Cleveland, home of the Browns, you would think James would sport the orange and brown of the “Dawg Pound” on football Sundays. However, that is not the case. The Cavs star is a huge Dallas Cowboys fan. He has been known to show his support for Dallas throughout his first stint with the


Tweet of the Night: Ty Lawson Takes Hilarious Shot At James Harden


Houston Rockets guard James Harden has a notorious reputation for being a lousy individual defensive player. Though there aren’t any statistics that perfectly measure a player’s actual impact on the defensive end of the court, there are a few that help paint the picture a bit more clearly. One such stat, which weighed heavily in San Jose Mercury News sports writer Tim Kawakami listing Harden on his 2014 NBA No-Defense Team, is Defensive Real Plus-Minus (DRPM). DRPM, as defined by ESPN, measures a player’s


Tweet of the Day: Jason Collins Commends Dallas Cowboys


Free agent Jason Collins has yet to decide whether he will resume his NBA career. After making history last year as the first openly gay player to play professionally in any of the four major American sports leagues when he signed on to play with the Brooklyn Nets, he has since taken become a recognizable face in the ongoing battle for social peace and acceptance. In contrast, NFL rookie defensive end Michael Sam, who also publicly admitted to being homosexual just a


Breaking Down Sports Ticket Prices In Dallas

Despite a collaborative 36 franchise playoff appearances between the Rangers and Cowboys, the city of Dallas has not been home to an MLB or NFL championship since the Cowboys’ Super Bowl XXX win against the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1995. The Rangers, who have made the playoffs six times since the team’s inception as the Washington Senators in 1961, have never won a World Series championship, losing both franchise appearances in 2010 and 2011. The Cowboys have made the playoffs 30


Tweet of the Day: NBA Players Excited For NFL Draft


Among professional sports in America, the National Football League reigns supreme, but one would like to think that playoffs for any of the other major sports would be more important than the first round of another league’s draft. Apparently not. ESPN, which holds the broadcast rights to Thursday’s NBA playoff games, also hosts the NFL’s draft. Guess which show got top billing? Football’s offseason. Game 2 in Miami will be broadcast on ESPN 2, while 32 former college athletes will sit around


Hubbard: Of Cowboys, Lakers and Jerry Buss

Jerry Buss is playing a different brand of poker with the Lakers

When the NBA lockout was announced in the summer of 2011, I was driving the streets of Dallas and checking out the three sports radio stations in the area. I listened briefly to each one to get their take on the major news of the day and then called my basketball cohort Mike Monroe in San Antonio. “Guess what the three sports radio stations are discussing?” I said. “Not the lockout?” wondered Monroe. “Hardly.” “Well then what?” “Two of the three are in animated discussions