Kyrie Irving benched in bizarre loss to Lakers

Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving was benched on Wednesday night during a crazy loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. Cleveland head coach Mike Brown sat his franchise player and his team looked incredibly disjointed against a depleted Lakers team. Irving played 28 minutes and scored 11 points on 5-of-14 shooting ...

Aaron Hernandez: Cincinnati Bengals took TE off 2010 draft board

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

The Cincinnati Bengals, a franchise notorious for taking chances on players with questionable character, reportedly left Aaron Hernandez completely off their draft board in 2010. The fact that Mike Brown's team would drop Hernandez from any consideration shows just how big his character concerns were entering the 2010 NFL Draft. Brown ...

Cleveland Cavaliers, Mike Brown discuss job opening

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

Remember a few years ago when the Cleveland Cavaliers decided that Mike Brown was not the guy to take their franchise to the next level and unceremoniously dumped him? Yeah, looks like they're regretting that decision. After Byron Scott was fired a few days ago, the Cavs started looking for a ...

Los Angeles Lakers win first game after firing Mike Brown

Saturday, November 10th, 2012

The Los Angeles Lakers fired head coach Mike Brown Friday morning, then the team turned in its best performance of the season just hours later. The Lakers blew out the Golden State Warriors 101-77 to secure their second win of the season. Interim head coach Bernie Bickerstaff has claimed he knows ...

Frank-ly I’m Expecting a Playoff Berth

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Fear not Pacers fans, it's now safe to take the paper bags off your heads. Last weekend Larry Legend finally wrote Obie a "Dear John" letter blaming all their marital problems on the oft-criticized coach. Every failed operation needs a fall guy, albeit in this case O'Brien probably deserved to be sent ...

Bengals Owner Mike Brown Is Insane

Friday, February 12th, 2010

The Cincinnati Bengals started the 2009-10 season on HBO's Hard Knocks and, against all odds, became one of the NFL's most likable teams. From Carson Palmer's subtle humor, Jordan Palmer's runpee.com and Chad Johnson's additions to our vocabulary (child, please) to Marvin Lewis' nice-guy-who's-super-intense persona, everyone was loving them some ...