Entitled Those Guys Have All The Fun, the book chronicles the history of SportsCenter told through those who lived it. Nostalgic, bitter, confused and proud, the anchors seem nothing, if not passionate, when recounting their various tenures at Sportscenter in the few segments published today
It's very possible the National Football League could lose some fans if this lockout continues much longer, but at least for today, the most popular sports league in America can rest easily knowing a lot of people still care
The National Football League generates more than nine billion dollars in revenue every year. That’s more than most countries, but with all this uncertainty, sponsors are already holding back on re-upping with both the NFL and various television networks
Storm just signed a multi-year extension with the sports network that will keep her anchoring the morning broadcast of Sportscenter. In addition, she’ll continue with her NBA-related duties
More than twenty-seven million people watched last night’s broadcast live. That’s almost six million more than watched the previous high, an NFL regular season Monday Night Football contest between the Vikings and the Packers
The two sides are very close on the parameters of a long-term agreement that would see football stay on ESPN through 2022 or 2023. The deal would pay the NFL just under two billion dollars a season for the broadcast rights
Now, typically this sorta thing would be more of a faux-pas than a scandal, like Woody Hayes going for two against Michigan up thirty points with just a few seconds to go
James, who has played for the Cleveland Cavaliers for the last few years, is apparently considering contracts with that team, the New York Knicks, Miami Heat, Los Angeles Clippers, New Jersey Nets and Chicago Bulls
What has been great about the 30 for 30 series is its use of simple story to illustrate a grander point. The stories these documentaries tell transcend the people on whom they focus. The story’s subjects are small parts of the larger scope of sports.
More Hulu news coming down the TV pike as it looks like The Walt Disney Company is exploring the idea of bringing some content to the online distributor. For sure ABC is part of the potential deal, but ESPN and Disney Channel could be on the table as well.
Now, as exciting as the NBA Draft invariably is, I felt like spicing things up this year. Most websites probably wouldn’t endorse drinking or at least advise you to do it in moderation, but we, here at Cinema Blend, love watching you mow through half a fifth of Scotch and get your questionable text message on