Mark Cuban Will Try Dancing

Can’t win an NBA trophy, Mark Cuban is going to try to win the “glamorous” Dancing with the Stars trophy instead. Cuban is the latest cast member to join the wildly popular ABC reality show, which will also reportedly feature

James Posey Agreed to a Two Year Contract With The Celtics

James Posey will be playing in Boston next season alongside Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce. “He was a free agent,” team spokesman Jeff Twiss said Sunday. “He was available to be signed and he decided to sign with

James Posey Considering Offers From Nets and Cavaliers

The Nets are working an offer to land the small forward James Posey. His agent was hoping for an offer last night but said it might go into the weekend before Posey makes his choice. “We’ve been talking and talking

Reggie Miller Will Not Make a Come Back

Reggie Miller decided not to come back to the NBA and play with the Celtics or anybody else. After two weeks of pushing his body to see how it might react to the punishment of an NBA season, Miller called

Fathead Lobs into Tennis

Fathead®, the fast-growing sports and entertainment brand best-known for its life-size wall graphics, will launch tennis and pop culture phenom Maria Sharapova as the first female athlete and first tennis player to be produced as a Fathead image. The “face

Is the Mortgage Crunch Impacting Gilbert?

While the mortgage industry is suffering an unprecedented crisis with a credit crunch and skyrocketing foreclosure rates, is it directly affecting the bottom line of giants like Quicken Loans, the primary company of Cavs owner Dan Gilbert. The Cavs have

Cavaliers and Monsters Open House

The Cavaliers and the Lake Erie Monsters are hosting an open house Aug. 23 from noon to 7:00 p.m. at The Q. Cavs fans interested in purchasing 10- and 21-game ticket plans for the 2007-08 season will have the opportunity

Donaghy To Share Info About Other NBA officials Involvement In Gambling Activities

A report on 1050 ESPN Radio in New York said Donaghy will give prosecutors as many as 20 names of other NBA officials and will detail their involvement in some form of gambling activity. The specifics of the gambling allegations