SP Hot Reads – Bells, Cuban and Cubano in the MLB

Enjoy these Three HOT Reads plus some video for you today. There’s the story of how 74-year-old NFL HOF’er Bobby Bell honors his promise to his father. Take a look at Cuban baseball stars throughout the year and listen to Mark Cuban discuss his ownership of the NBA Mavs ....more

Dominique Wilkins Talks Diabetes and Dunks!

NBA Hall of Fame member Dominique Wilkins chatted with Sideline Pass founder Mia Jackson...more

Treatment for Addiction to Painkillers – Interview with Dr. Dan Rubenstein

Source: Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine Recently, addiction expert...more

Welcome To The NFL, Johnny Football

Gabrielle’s in LA looking back on Cleveland. Follow her as she reunites with her hometown. Los Angeles, CA ....more

Chris Rock Says Kobe’s No MJ But He’s No Richard Pryor

Chris Rock is out and about promoting his new film Top Five. The comedian makes a hilarious stop at NBATV. During the conversation with Zeke and the crew, Rock tells the hosts that he was Team Shaq in the Kobe-Shaq feud ....more

SP Fantasy League’s Last Four Teams Standing

Hello all, Well, battle buddies, our fantasy regular season has ended. It was a great season, lots of intriguing matchups, hard-fought battles and talent both newly emerging and expected. Kudos to PhDinTDs, the regular season champion with a 10-4 record and the highest scoring team in the league this year 1,521 ....more

Wizards PG John Wall Mourns Cancer Death of 5 Year-Old Friend

Washington Wizards point guard John Wall had a tough night. The star was grieving the death of his friend, five-year-old Miyah Telemaque-Nelson. Young Miyah succumbed to a type of cancer called Burkitt’s lymphoma after a brave fight ....more

The CFP Committee Chooses Four Teams for Semifinal Bowl Games

“We said going into this weekend that three through six were very close. One, two and three were clear cut. …...more

Joe Torre’s Safe at Home Foundation Serves Child Victims Domestic Violence

Recent media attention surrounding Adrian Peterson and Ray Rice pulled back the shade on issues of violence plaguing families and communities in the United States. Current and former pro players and executives like the NFL’s Troy Vincent recount their personal stories of abusive homes or situations. The statistics are sobering ....more

Troy Vincent’s Tearful Testimony Sheds Light on Domestic Violence

The Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee’s recent hearing on Domestic Violence and Professional Athletes began with the NFL’s Troy Vincent’s tearful, personal revelations about his own experiences watching his father abuse his mother for years. Vincent is now the Executive Vice President of Football Operations at the league after his solid 15-year playing career. He is determined to rid the league of these issues and provide meaningful support to players and their families ....more