Phoenix Suns: Morris Twins Investigated For Aggravated Assault

Markieff & Marcus Morris of Phoenix Suns Being Investigated For Assault Of Former Mentor The Phoenix Suns’ Marcus and Markieff Morris are being investigated on allegations that they beat a former mentor. Phoenix police say they are seeking aggravated

Sarah Thomas

Long Road for True Equality for Women and Sports

Commentary: Women in Sports Sarah Thomas being the first hired female NFL official is one small step in a very long road for women and sports. NFL to hire first female official, Sarah Thomas. (via @baltimoresun) pic.twitter.com/iiypKNPuje — SportsCenter


Russell Westbrook Gives Away His All-Star MVP Car

Russell Westbrook has had an amazing season, but this is probably the best thing he'll do this year.

Duke Title Win

NBA Stars React to Coach K’s Victory on Instagram

After the Duke Blue Devils defeated the Wisconsin Badgers in the national NCAA Tournament championship, NBA players showed their respect to Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski. Since coaching Duke back in 1980, Coach K has won five national titles

Orlando Magic

Magic’s Tobias Harris Named Finalist for J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award

Orlando Magic forward Tobias Harris has been named a finalist for the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award as selected by the Professional Basketball Writers Association (PBWA). Since the 1974-75 season, the award has been given annually to a player,


Did James Harden Become The MVP Front Runner?

Victory over Westbrook gives Harden the lead   Everyone loves a good superstar battle when games on are on the line. It gets even better when playoff spots are on the line, and it’s at its absolute best when

Alaa Abdelnaby

Alaa Abdelnaby: Times Have Changed, But Players Still Want Connection with Coach

When it comes to good coaching styles, Alaa Abdelnaby knows that getting personal is the key to success. Abdelnaby joins The Front Office, with Tom Veit the GM, to discuss how important coaches really are to a team. He


Could Paul George Get The Pacers To The Playoffs?

Paul George gives team new outlook   The basketball world was turned upside down on its head when Paul George broke his leg in a gruesome injury while playing for the United States getting prepared for the FIBA tournament.


Will Perdue: What’s Better Than 1 NBA Championship? 4

Will Perdue On His NBA Championship Rings And The Most Meaningful Of The 4 4 time NBA champion Will Perdue joined Tom Veit to talk about his time in the NBA and what it’s like playing along side some

Final Four

Indiana, Cultural Wars and Basketball

Sports is supposed to be about competition, two individuals, two teams battling to see who is better with fans watching and either enjoying or agonizing over the action. But in the last calendar year, sports has been thrust into