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The Buffalo Bills are coming off a disappointing end to their season, losing 27-10 at home against the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Divisional round in the playoffs. Entering the offseason, the Buffalo Bills have started looking toward the future and made the tough decision to fire one of their long-tenured coaches.
The Golden State Warriors dynasty has been ongoing for years and has been one of the most successful dynasties in the history of American sports. Now, the main architect of that team that shaped it into what it has been may be on his way out. The Athletic is reporting that Warriors’ General Manager Bob Myers may leave the Warriors when his contract expires this summer. There have been limited negotiations between the Warriors and Meyers, and he is “highly in demand” across the league.
The National Football League head coaching carousel continues to spin with word that a team is parting ways with their head coach after just months on the job. Jerry Rosburg was hired by the Denver Broncos as an assistant coach to work with in-game management prior to this past season, and after head coach Nathaniel Hackett was fired mid-season, he ended up moving into the head coaching job, with some speculating that he would be kept on for next season and perhaps subsequent seasons.
Murray State and SIU got into it during the handshake line after last night's game. Near the end of the dust-up, a fan came down to the court looking to mingle in the melee...
Indianapolis Colts fans have started a petition on Change.org that's titled to prevent interim coach Jeff Saturday from becoming head coach... "We as Colts fans will always love the memories of the (Super Bowl) XLI team but we don't want Jeff Saturday as head coach of this team!" Ward wrote. "Hire someone with experience and save your fan base from revolting."
In not surprising news, Phoenix Suns center Bismack Biyombo, who played Charlotte, shared a story about Michael Jordan playing Hornets players one-on-one his first couple years. Per the Arizona Republic's Dana Scott... quote:. "Mike is Mike, man. I’ve seen him play one-on-one with players after the games, and one by...
No wonder he scores. Who would want to guard or get close to that?. The NBA doesn't have the balls to suspend "Sir" LeBrawn. Just wait until he retires, ESPN will have him dumb arse on a show and then the stupid LeBrawn crap will get even worse. 3 hours.