NBA Contracts: Few will argue that Rajon Rondo has the best contract in the NBA (5 years, $55 million). That’s excellent value for one of the 10 best players in the league. But we’ll disagree that Matt Barnes (2 years, $9 million) has the third best deal in the league. A smart move by the Lakers? Certainly. But not Top 10 worthy. Two names missing from the worst contract list: Troy Murphy (his expires next summer) and Andrew Bynum (4 years, $58 million). The latter has been pivotal during LA’s two title runs – during the regular season. He’s been inconsistent and perpetually-injured in the postseason. The upside is that he’s only 22. [Oklahoman]
The officials got this right, but the rule is moronic.
The story of this NFL season.
Odell Beckham, the ridiculously talented receiver who has been told to grow up by coaches, his QB, and the front office, scored against the (…)
I hate the NFL’s catch rule. This should have been a catch.
Mike Tomlin Said Steelers Would Remain in Locker Room During Anthem, But League Rule Requires Players to Be on Sideline
Will the NFL enforce a rule they put in place less than a decade ago?