The Salt Lake Bees have announced their promotional schedule for 2017.
Among the special nights are Golf Night, Frank Layden Night, ‘70s Night, Yoga Night, Star Wars Night and Singles Night.
Considering the Bees had the second-worst record in the Pacific Coast League last year, maybe they should work on Win the Game Night.
The Oakland Raiders — and thus their wild fan base — are moving to Las Vegas.
Just what Sin City needs: more people who show up knowing beforehand they’re going to get drunk, embarrassed and possibly arrested.
LaVar Ball, father of UCLA’s Lonzo Ball, claims his three basketball sons will sign endorsement deals starting at $1 billion, that he himself was better than Michael Jordan, and that Lonzo is better than Stephen Curry.
Tweeted @CKPremierBall after UCLA’s Sweet 16 loss: “Holdup now y’all, I meant Seth Curry.”
The Arkansas senate approved a resolution condemning officials who worked the Arkansas-North Carolina NCAA Tournament game.
While they’re at it, how about chastising Dick Vitale for saying “Baby!” over 10 million times in his career?
A kid representing Sports Illustrated for Kids stunned South Carolina coach Frank Martin, by asking in a press conference, “When you coach and teach your team defense, what’s more important: technique or attitude?”
Martin responded by declaring “respect to you” and calling it “a heck of a question.” He went on to say attitude comes first, technique later.
Clearly, this kid has both in spades.
Charles Barkley says if he were dying, he has one final bucket list request: kill Fox Sports 1 know-it-all Skip Bayless.
But before that, he would have to fight through all the people that want to strangle Charles Barkley.
WWE legend Kane has filed to run for mayor of Knox County, Tennessee.
In 2013 Kane was voted Most Hated Pro Wrestler of the Year.
Which means becoming a politician should be a natural transition, right?
James Harden says he got attention “for no reason” when dating Khloe Kardashian.
No, that more likely was Rashad McCants.