The mix at safety is always interesting for the Bears. The team hasn’t had any player return as a starter for more than two consecutive years at safety since Mike Brown was in town… the first time around. In my last post, I mentioned how the safety rotation took a hit with the injuries to Chris Conte and Brandon Hardin. It looks like defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli will … [Read more...] about Chicago Bears Training Camp Position Battles: Safeties
One thing is clear: the Lakers need to shakeup their roster and GM Mitch Kupchak noted that today. After getting bounced in the second round of the playoffs for the second year in a row, the Lakers are looking for answers. They tried to acquire Chris Paul but the league denied it. They were "shopping" Andrew Bynum, but only for Dwight Howard. They ended up keeping Bynum and he … [Read more...] about Will the Lakers trade Andrew Bynum?
Fans in Area 55 weren't going to be left out in the cold. The rowdiest spectators in Conseco Fieldhouse remained in the Roy Hibbert-sponsored section well after the final buzzer of the Indiana Pacers' 136-112 rout of the Washington Wizards to watch the final minutes of the Orlando Magic's overtime victory against the Charlotte Bobcats on the arena's jumbo screen. And sure … [Read more...] about Welcome Back to the NBA Playoffs, Indiana Pacers
The Indiana Pacers fired coach Jim O'Brien on Sunday midway through the fourth year of O'Brien's contract and named assistant Frank Vogel interim coach for the rest of 2010-11. O'Brien went 121-169 as Pacers coach and began this season 17-27 before being relieved of his duties. The first thing to take away from Sunday's news is that the Pacers are doing the right thing in … [Read more...] about Indiana Pacers Fire Jim O’Brien; More Change on the Way?
By Rikki Greenberg The Bears have problems. So many that it's depressing to go into, but TSB informs no matter how disheartening the story may be. One of the problems the Bears face is a depleted and weak secondary. Every opponent the Bears defense faced this season knew they had a decent chance of putting up big numbers because the secondary failed to stop many of the … [Read more...] about Bears should corner market on Asomugha