Mark Jackson returns to ESPN as an analyst

ESPN brings former Golden State head coach Mark Jackson “back home.”

NBA veteran Mark Jackson has reached a multi-year agreement with ESPN to return to the network and serve as an NBA game analyst. Jackson will re-join his former booth-mates – play-by-play commentator Mike Breen and analyst Jeff Van Gundy

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What Is Next For Don Jones?

Michael Sam became apart of NFL history earlier last week by becoming the first openly gay man to be drafted into the National Football League. However, after the world watched as he shared an emotionally charged kissed with his

Pink Floyd's Money might make a good draft night walk up song.

NFL Draft: Best Walk Up Songs

If you don’t like the music Thursday night at Radio City Music Hall, you can blame the guys on stage. All 32 of them. According to the NFL Network’s Rich Eisen, the draftees have been allowed to select the music

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NFL DRAFT: Your handy viewers guide

Thursday night on the stage at the Radio City Music Hall in New York, city the NFL will hold their annual Draft and you would have to live in a cave without wifi to miss all of the television,

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ESPN, NFL Network Agree To Not Spoil Draft Via Twitter

ESPN and NFL Network have agreed to not spoil any of the draft picks on Twitter, according to

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ESPN will broadcast a NFL Wild Card game this season

The National Football League announced today that ESPN will televise a Wild Card playoff game during the 2014 season, the first NFL playoff game in the company’s 35-year history. The game will air during the Wild Card Playoff Weekend

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SEC Network faces battle with cable companies

This biggest battle field in SEC sports from today until August 14th is to get cable companies in the conferences 11 state footprint to sign up for the SEC Network. Thus far only Dish Network and AT&T’s U-verse is

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NBA Playoffs: Who plays who and where to watch the games

The Miami Heat will open the NBA Playoffs at home against the No. 7 Charlotte Bobcats with game one of the series taking place Sunday at 3:30 p.m. ET on ABC. Tuesday night’s game two can be seen on

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Cow Poops on ESPN Host (VIDEO)

Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic of ESPN’s Mike and Mike in the Morning, made a bet on their NCAA Tournament brackets. The winner got to brag, the loser had to milk a cow, and Greenberg lost. There is no need

Augusta National will be in full bloom this weekend

THE MASTERS: Tee Times for Thursday and Friday

Remember that television coverage of The Masters on ESPN both today and Friday will begin at 3 p.m. ET. You can watch Amen Corner action on broadband at The Masters website and Watch ESPN.  The Golf Channel, ESPN and