NHL draft pick Mitchell Miller under fire for bullying black, disabled classmate

The Arizona Coyotes and their top pick in the 2020 NHL Draft, Mitchell Miller, find themselves under scrutiny after the 18-year-old defenseman was found to have bullied an African-American classmate with developmental disabilities four years ago. The classmate, Isaiah Meyer-Crothers, … Read more…

Skip Bayless suspects Dana White is punishing Conor McGregor by matching him against Dustin Poirier | UNDISPUTED

Yesterday, Conor McGregor had big news on Twitter. The former UFC champ had said he was retiring, again, but now he will be fighting Dustin Poirier on January 23rd. McGregor said he’d want the fight to happen at AT&T Stadium … Read more…

The NHL Had 0 Positive COVID-19 Tests Throughout the Postseason. We Asked Commissioner Gary Bettman What We Can Learn From That

On Sept. 28, the National Hockey League became the first of the so-called “Big Four” North American professional team sports leagues—the NHL, NBA, MLB, and NFL—to crown a champion in the COVID-19 era; the Tampa Bay Lightning lifted the Stanley … Read more…

A New Book Chronicles Kobe Bryant’s Early-Career Cruelty. Here’s Why It’s Important to Talk About

Author Jeff Pearlman is under no illusions about how some people may react to his new book, Three-Ring Circus: Kobe, Shaq, Phil, and the Crazy Years of the Lakers Dynasty. The exhaustively reported and eminently readable book chronicles the combustable … Read more…

Colin Cowherd, Jason McIntyre leaning toward Ravens (-4) and the over (53.5) vs. Chiefs | TALK THE LINE

Colin Cowherd believes the Baltimore Ravens will finally get the best of the Kansas City Chiefs after going 0-2 against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs since the reigning Super Bowl MVP became the starter. Jason McIntyre is leaning toward the … Read more…

Cuomo admin. blames bank for New Yorkers not getting their jobless benefits

The Cuomo administration is still getting inundated with complaints from frustrated jobless New Yorkers who haven’t received federal pandemic-related unemployment benefits that officials promised to transfer into their accounts last week. “Everybody’s struggling, we all need our money,” said Elizabeth … Read more…