There aren’t enough superlatives in the English language to describe Chris Wood’s performance on Tuesday night.
The Denver Broncos won’t own home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs, but their players will feel right at home in the Pro Bowl. An NFL-high nine Broncos were selected to play in the all-star game, which will be contested Jan. 25 in Glendale, Ariz.
Billy Johnson, who was known for his inventive promotions during 11 years leading the minor league hockey franchise, said there’s still a shot the Wranglers will return next season after losing their arena and taking a year off. Johnson has accepted a fundraising position in town that’s unrelated to sports.
A handful of Memphis Grizzlies players surprised an the team’s personnel intern with a brand new car recently after his was stolen.
The Rebels host third-ranked Arizona tonight at the Thomas & Mack. Tip is at 7:00 p.m.
A former NASCAR driver who led police on a 150 mph chase through Nevada and two other states last year has agreed to a plea deal.
Brady Exber of Las Vegas had a great year playing competitive golf and the 58-year-old was named the national senior amateur player of the year.
General manager Trent Baalke confirmed Monday that he was contacted by the University of Michigan to request an interview with San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh.
The lawyer for Jameis Winston’s accuser says “the fix was in” when Florida State cleared the star quarterback of violating the school’s code of conduct. Baine Kerr, one of the woman’s lawyers, said the university did not conduct a fair hearing earlier this month.
Former UFC light heavyweight Quinton “Rampage” Jackson appeared on the Ultimate Fighting Championship broadcast of a live event in Brazil on Saturday night to announced he had signed a deal to return to the organization. But Scott Coker, the head of Bellator MMA, said on social media that Jackson is under exclusive contract with his group.