Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant is expected to miss the remainder of the season due to a shoulder injury.
Citing reliable sources, Ramona Shelburne of ESPN wrote that the 36-year-old NBA superstar had met with team physician Steven Lombardo in L.A. this Friday about his shoulder.
"Lombardo found a significant tear in the rotator cuff in his right shoulder," she wrote. more >>
There's no doubt that WWE stars take their job seriously. Aside from training hard for every match, the wrestlers also make sure not to drop their characters to make each day in the ring more authentic for their fans.
But on Monday night's WWE RAW Reunion show, Triple H, the main heel authority figure on the show, broke character to console a crying fan. Wrestling fan Chris Olds was ringside that night and documented what happened on his Twitter account, and Olds' pictures of Triple H being nice to the fan immediately went viral.
It was reported that the fan, a little boy, was watching his wrestling hero John Cena take on Seth Rollins, The Big Show and Kane in Dallas, Texas. As he made his way to get closer to the ring, the boy realized that he was standing behind Triple H. more >>
Former World Championship Wrestling star Bill Goldberg has offered an optimistic opinion on former professional wrestler CM Punk's future match in UFC.
The former WCW world heavyweight champion and main eventer Goldberg told Submission Radio in a recent interview his views on punk signing with UFC.
Will God determine who wins the NFL Super Bowl XLIX between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots? According to a new survey by the Public Religion Research Institute and Religion News Service, millions of Americans think He will.
Responding to listener questions this week on his weekly radio show, Christian Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers sparked a debate on God's unseen scepter in sports when he declared: "I don't think God cares a whole lot about the outcome (of football games). He cares about the people involved, but I don't think He's a big football fan."
His reaction came shortly after his team was beaten by an incredible performance from outspoken Christian Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in the NFC championship game on Sunday. Wilson credited God with the win. more >>
Robert Griffin III, the Christian Washington Redskins quarterback, recently explained why the theme of his new charitable organization is family.
Griffin, the 24-year-old Christian QB, and his wife Rebecca Griffin, officially launched their new charity, Family of 3 on Tuesday, Jan. 20. The organization seeks to assist three new families each year through financial aid and other means.
The quarterback spoke more about his foundation on Redskins.com recently. more >>
Russell Wilson believes God gave him a greater purpose other than just going to the Super Bowl.
Wilson, the 26-year-old Christian quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks, recently wrote a blog for the Seattle Children's Hospital Research Foundation. There, the Christian athlete spoke about his divine purpose.
Although Wilson and his Seahawks have managed to secure a spot in Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1, the Christian athlete has been working with the Seattle Children's hospital all season. That is where he said he has found joy this season. more >>