Saturday, May 30, 2015

The New York Giants love versatility -- especially along the offensive line and on the defensive side of the ball -- so any chance they get to teach a player a new position, they generally take it. Such was the case earlier this week when Big Blue opened Organized Team Activities (OTAs).

Already without Jason Pierre-Paul, who remains in Florida training on his own, and having lost Robert Ayers to minor ankle and knee injuries, the Giants... Read at Giants 101

When the New York Mets signed outfielder Michael Cuddyer to a two year deal this winter, many were hoping he would provide a missing right handed power presence in the middle of the batting order. That hasn't happened just yet, as Cuddyer has struggled a bit to adjust to his new home in Queens. Cuddyer hit rock bottom on May 14th, when he was hitting just .233 with only three homers and 13 RBI's on the year. Since the Mets came home to... Read at Mets 101

How do you know the Houston Rockets are in trouble? When the Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry starts doing things on the court that nobody's managed to pull off since Michael Jordan.

Curry just managed to set an NBA record for the most 3-pointers in a single postseason game. Sure, the Warriors may think they can do better -- but don't tell that to Curry. His 40-point long assault during the Warriors' romp on Saturday night's Game 3 didn't just bring them to a... Read at Warriors 101

Teams have been unable to finish The New York Rangers when it comes to closing out a series, arguably because goaltender Henrik Lundqvist flourishes when his team faces elimination.

“I just try to go out and do my job," Lundqvist stated.

He's 6-1 in Game 7, with an NHL-record six straight wins, an 0.97 goals-against average and .966 save percentage. He is tied with Martin Brodeur and Patrick Roy for the most Game 7 wins in NHL history.

The Rangers face the Tampa Bay Lightning... Read at Rangers 101

Fans have been filling London streets in the official NFL Fan Rallies, with 40,000 expected to attend. Even online sportsbooks are getting in on the NFL action with UK betting sites pumping out unprecedented NFL offers to British gamblers (click here for betting information). The question is though, can the Brits handle American football for the long term or is it just a fling? Read at On The Clock 101