If you look at a Spring Training map of Florida throughout the years, you will notice that teams keep jumping from area to area and that a good many teams have left the state and relocated to Florida. At
NFL RB and former Olympia HS standout Chris Johnson is recovering from a gunshot wound he suffered early Sunday morning in a drive-by shooting in Orlando.
NFL News: Chris Johnson Chris Johnson is due a $500,000 option bonus from the New York Jets for his contract on Feb. 16. So it may not come as a surprise should the team decide to release the running
The Sprite Slam Dunk Contest is always a fan favorite, but Orlando Magic fans will have even more incentive to tune into the event this year. The four contestants have been announced, and Orlando high flyer Victor Oladipo is
Orlando city and county officials, various dignitaries and football fans gathered to celebrate the ribbon-cittung ceremony for the newly-reconstructed Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium on Wednesday. The ceremony was accompanied by a tour for the media of the new facility
The city of Orlando wants in on more NCAA action, so they plan to do something about it. According to Brighthouse Sports Network, the Central Florida Sports Commission, along with UCF, Stetson, and the City of Orlando, all have
NBA News: Okaro White Shines in the NBA Summer League Once the pride and joy of Clearwater High, Okaro White, now has his sights set on the NBA following a successful career at Florida State University. Despite not being drafted
NBA News: Wilbekin Looks to Make Jump to NBA As a senior he led the Gators to a Final Four appearance…but now Scottie Wilbekin is hoping for much more as he pursues his dream of becoming an NBA player.
NBA News: Time to check out the Summer League If you have never heard of the NBA “Summer League” chances are you are not alone! So what exactly is this action on the hardwood during the dog days of
Yesterday at the prestigious Arnold Palmer Invitational played at the beautiful Bay Hill Country Club in Orlando we had a first time winner on the PGA Tour. Matt Every, was nine shots behind Masters champion Adam Scott going into