It's an East versus West battle as the Dallas Mavericks travel to the TD Garden to face the Boston Celtics in the regular season of the National Basketball Association.
The match is on November 18, 2015 at 7:30 PM ET.
This is the first of two meetings between the two teams this regular season and both teams are starting off surprisingly well despite the lowered expectations heading into this campaign. more >>
For the first time this season, the Indiana Pacers meet the Philadelphia 76ers in the regular season of the National Basketball Association.
To be played on November 18, 2015, the match is at 7:00 PM ET and will be at Wells Fargo Center.
At the moment, both teams have underwhelmed in the early stages of the season as the Pacers are looking for consistency in their campaign, while the Sixers continue their struggle despite adding very capable players on the squad. more >>
NFL tight end Benjamin Watson has a problem with Americans who chastise individuals for praying publicly, but take to social media to encourage prayer amid international disasters — and he's speaking up about it.
After at least 129 Parisians were killed in terrorist attacks on the French capital on Nov. 13, countless Americans took to various social media platforms to express their condolences with hashtags like "#prayforparis." However Watson, the 34-year-old New Orleans Saints TE, saw irony in the well-meaning gestures.
Chicago Bulls player Joakim Noah may be traded off to Boston Celtics because of his declining game performance, the latest NBA trade rumors say.
Joakim Noah used to be an "untouchable" player of the Chicago Bulls and he was part of the team's starting five. But now that the Bulls have a new coach and Noah no longer plays a major role in games, he may be traded off to the Boston Celtics, according to an All About Rookies report cited by Realty Today.
Nikola and Pau Gasol seemed to have taken over Noah's role in the team, so he is now spending lesser time on the court. In addition, his injury has already affected his performance this season, the report details. more >>
Following the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris where one of the locations targeted was a soccer stadium, the NFL announced that it will be increasing its "security and law enforcement" presence for the games.
In a statement released to the media, the league added that they are currently talking with the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation about the increased security as a precautionary measure since the attacks in France last Friday.
Part of the statement reads: more >>
The fight between Anderson Silva and Vitor Belfort in UFC 126 will go down in mixed martial arts record books as one of the most scintillating knockouts in the history of combat sports. Silva connected a front kick to the face of Belfort, knocking him out to win the match. That was in 2011. Fast-forward, it looks like UFC fans will finally get what they've been longing for — a rematch.
UFC President Dana White told Joe Rogan on the "Joe Rogan Experience" that there are discussions about the possible rematch between the two, effectively delighting the fancy of mixed martial arts fans, including Rogan himself who admitted that it's the fight he wants to see.
White also added that Belfort already confirmed that he's interested but there is no word as of yet if Silva is indeed on board with the plan. more >>