What started off as a bit of a throwaway line to reporters in the days leading up to the biggest fight of his career will soon become a reality for newly crowned UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw.
The Kings-Blackhawks series wasn’t the Hanson brothers putting on the foil. It wasn’t Ned Braden stripping down to his athletic supporter, either. It would have been fun to watch, even had the organist played “Lady of Spain” between every period.
In terms of Triple-A ballparks, 51s right-hander Zack Thornton went from one extreme to the other in April when he was traded — with a player to be named later — from the Pirates to the Mets for first baseman Ike Davis.
After making its first NCAA regional in nine years, UNLV hopes its baseball program builds on this season’s success. Coach Tim Chambers has another strong recruiting class coming in.
Richard Schaefer and Oscar De La Hoya parted ways Monday as Schaefer leaves Golden Boy Promotions to strike out on his own, probably with Al Haymon
In a world of $4.5 million Super Bowl TV spots and nine-figure stadium naming rights deals, a $50,000 sponsorship at a Las Vegas professional golf tournament might not seem like a megadeal. But it is for Todd Shanholtzer, owner of TREW Financial and Benefits Group.
A soccer fan attending a Peru-England match at Wembley Stadium on May 30 knows how to make a serious paper airplane. So good, in fact, that it traveled all the way from upper deck seats down to midfield and hit a player.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has agreed to buy the Los Angeles Clippers for $2 billion and is expected to bring the boosterism, that he brought to the tech world, to the court.
California Chrome has inked a deal with Skechers. Well, his owners have anyway. And no, the horse won’t be sporting Skechers shoes…but literally everything else will say Skechers.
UNLV basketball coach Dave Rice said he received signed financial aid agreements from transfers Ben Carter and Jerome Seagears, and both will enroll in summer school. Carter comes from Oregon, Seagears from Rutgers.