So far, we certainly have not seen the kind of withering cross-examination that was expected by lead defense counsel Rusty Hardin.
An exciting Game 4 Knick win, a snap-the-all-time-NBA-playoff-losing-streak win, a probably-guarantee-that-Mike-Woodson-gets-hired win. But what does it really mean?
After a late and controversial goal by the Senators that almost lead to a comeback, Henrik Lundqvist was furious at the officiating. The final game of the series is Thursday night at the Garden.
Two noteworthy issues in the second criminal trial of Roger Clemensare the limitations set forth by the judge on the expected testimony of Andy Pettitte and the appearance of Yankee executive Brian Cashman as a witness.
The Rangers somehow lose their aggressiveness when they are trying to protect the lead. The lack of an aggressive forecheck is the equivalent of the “prevent” defense in football and is the reason the series stands even.
In the federal district courtroom of Judge Reggie Walton in Washington, D.C., it’s “Take Two” in the criminal trial of pitching legend Roger Clemens. This time around, the government has added prosecutors, presumably to avoid any more embarrassing mistakes.
The Rays’ sweep of the Yankees seems to have been the coming out-party for Joe Maddon’s revolutionary defensive schemes.
The Wilpon/Katz group claimed a big victory in court today when they reached an overwhelmingly positive settlement. Steve Kallas explains it all…
If you’re keeping score at home, the Super Bowl-winning list reads: Tom Brady with three, little brother Eli Manning with two and big brother Peyton Manning with one. And the only way that Peyton has a chance to win another Super Bowl is to leave Indianapolis.
Judge Jed Rakoff, as promised, today filed a four-page order summarizing his holdings on motions by both Irving Picard (the Trustee) and the Katz/Wilpon defendants in the once-upon-a-time $1 billion dollar lawsuit in federal court in lower Manhattan.
Another baseball season is upon us and, while the rules for baseball bat usage are clear in college and high school, they become a little murky in Little League and travel league baseball.
Ryan Braun, in this writer’s opinion, he still has issues. And the facts to come out in the next few days or weeks or months will determine whether he can win that public battle.
Presumably, someone with a brain got to the commissioner and Lin was named to play in the Rising Stars Game.
Why wait until next year? It’s not too late this year. Jeremy Lin should be an All-Star. Now. Certainly, somehow, David Stern can get this done. Any player drops out of the East squad, put Lin in. If no player drops out, add him to the roster.