The Cleveland Cavaliers fired coach Byron Scott while the Philadelphia 76ers announced that Doug Collins resigned, less than 24 hours after both teams played their final games of the National Basketball Association season.
Clayton Kershaw’s historic opening day start for the Los Angeles Dodgers demonstrated why the 25- year-old left-hander, who elicits comparisons to Hall of Famer Sandy Koufax, might become the first $200 million pitcher in Major League Baseball history.
Chris Paul wants to join his close friend Carmelo Anthony on the New York Knicks, Yahoo Sports reported, citing National Basketball Association people familiar with the decision who requested anonymity.
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis said in an interview with Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson that he was disappointed to learn he was being shopped in trade talks and that it would be “awesome” to join the San Francisco 49ers.
Albert Pujols may have gotten a better deal than the Los Angeles Angels with his new contract, said Michael Cramer, who was president of the Texas Rangers when they gave Alex Rodriguez $252 million over 10 years.