Silverado girls basketball coach Dean Bosch wasted two timeouts during a span of 1 minute, 10 seconds in the second quarter. After the second one, Bosch warned his team they may need the timeouts at the end of the game.
Upon closer examination of the box set of the original “Batman” TV series, it appears the screenwriters were sports fans, too.
The Las Vegas Legends are playing middle-of-the-pack soccer in their first season in the Major Arena Soccer League. Coach Doug Borgel is encouraged by a three-game win streak puts them at 5-5.
No one in the sports world had heard of the 2014 Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year until August. That’s when 13-year-old Mo’ne Davis became an instant celebrity as she took the mound in the Little League World Series and mowed down batter after batter, giving “throw like a girl” a whole new meaning.
Jim Harbaugh is the new head coach at the University of Michigan. He signed a contract with his alma mater on Monday night, the Detroit News reported, and the university scheduled a news conference to introduce him Tuesday.
David West felt Kevin Garnett’s breath in his ear in the first quarter of the Pacers game against the Nets at the Barclays Center on Saturday night. “It was too close and I didn’t like it,” the veteran Indiana Pacers forward said.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin and Bengals safety Reggie Nelson had an animated discussion on the field after Sunday’s game. It was assumed to be over Nelson’s low tackle that injured Pittsburgh running back Le’Veon Bell in the third quarter. However, Tomlin said he had no problem with the tackle, calling it legal.
Jon Jones defends his light heavyweight title against bitter rival Daniel Cormier in the highly anticipated main event of UFC 182 at the MGM Grand on Saturday. But Donald Cerrone promises an exciting fight with unbeaten Myles Jury earlier on the card.
Silverado High announced Monday that it had hired Randall Cunningham as its head football coach. Cunningham, a former star at UNLV and in the NFL, takes over for Andy Ostolaza, who posted a 40-39 record in eight years with the Skyhawks.
The high-profile rookie quarterback apologized to his Browns teammates — and Cleveland fans — Monday for a season of distractions and vowed again to change.