Report: Jovan Belcher Showed Signs Of CTE

Jovan Belcher's brain showed signs of CTE, according to newly released information in the wrongful death lawsuit filed against the Chiefs after the 25-year-old linebacker shot and killed his girlfriend before committing suicide in 2012. Belcher's brain was examined a year after his death, when his body was exhumed for… » 9/29/14 1:59pm Yesterday 1:59pm

Do you want to hear Les Miles explain OPS like he's talking through options on a Denny's menu? Of course you do. Slate has video: I mean, that to me kind of says that, that guy gets on base and when he doesn't, when he's not just getting on base he's hitting the ball long. [Slate] » 9/26/14 8:50am Friday 8:50am

Here's Video Of Rex Chapman Allegedly Stealing From The Apple Store

This is sad. Last week, we heard that former NBA player Rex Chapman was picked up on suspicion of having stolen $14,000 of stuff from the Scottsdale Apple store. Here's the surveillance video. It's a little hard to watch, a middle-aged dude crouching down, making sure no one's watching, eyeing which set of crappy… » 9/25/14 10:22am Thursday 10:22am

Phil Jackson Says Melo Will Move The Ball. So Did These Guys.

"The ball can't stop," is definitionally just some flatulence squeezing out of a hundred basketball coaches at any given moment. But this week, it happens that Phil Jackson, the new Knicks boss messiah, said this while referring to Carmelo, the basketball player whom Jackson signed this offseason. Probably this means… » 9/24/14 7:10pm Wednesday 7:10pm

What Are The Most Successful Formations In The Premier League?

Soccer formations are hard to pin down. They come in and out of fashion almost seasonally; their success will largely rest on which top teams adopt or abandon them; and there are an infinite number of permutations of each. All that said, why not poke our heads in on a broad survey of how various formations have… » 9/24/14 12:16pm Wednesday 12:16pm

NFLers Cannot Figure Out How To Use Tablets

Beginning last year, NFL teams started using Microsoft Surface tablets for things like their playbooks, medical records, and concussion testing. This year, the program expanded to include things like replay on the sideline. And now, the WSJ has a very predictable yet still quite funny story about everyone hating them. » 9/23/14 6:48pm 9/23/14 6:48pm