After Carmelo Anthony’s New York Knicks got blown out by LeBron James’ Cleveland Cavaliers, Ernie Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley came on for TNT’s Game Break. Continue reading
Former basketball star and notorious drug user Chris Herren shares his story of redemption and how he is now able to help people beat their own addictions in this candid interview. Continue reading
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On a night that saw the Golden State Warriors break the 1996 Chicago Bulls’ “unbreakable” record of 73 regular-season wins, Kobe Bryant’s final performance on an NBA court would far out-shadow that moment as he scored 60 points in a 101-96 Lakers victory during his last curtain call.
Former Mizzou tight end Martin Rucker joins Clint and Noah as they discuss the maligned Mizzou offense and how things may change with Drew Lock at quarterback. Next, NFL Network’s Jeffri Chadiha comes on to talk Chiefs and NFL.
ESPN began airing “30 for 30″documentaries back in 2009 to give filmmakers a chance to delve deeper into some of the great sports stories of fall time. Many of the films were groundbreaking and gave viewers an inside perspective of some of the untold tales from the world of sports and often featured riveting storytelling.
We were pleased to welcome Jaron Rush to The Outsiders Sports show for an interview this week as we discussed the upcoming Rush Brothers documentary and much more!
The Golden State Warriors celebrated its first NBA championship in 40 years Tuesday night inside Quicken Loans Arena after knocking off the Cleveland Cavaliers 105-97 to take the best of seven series 4-2.
The Golden State Warriors outscored the visiting Cleveland Cavaliers 10-2 in overtime to win Game 1 of the 2015 NBA Finals.
Fred Hoiberg was officially announced as the new coach of the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday, as he was tapped to replace Tom Thibodeau, a coach who was unable to get the team over the hump in post-season play during his stint in Chicago.