|10.30.13 at 12:56 pm ET|
It took just three months for Gersson Rosas to realize that general manager of the Mavericks was not the position for him.
Rosas, who became Dallas’ first official GM in eight years on July 23, resigned on Tuesday, just one day before the Mavericks’ first game of the season at home vs. the Hawks.
“I made the personal decision to resign as general manager of the Dallas Mavericks after determining that the position was not the best fit for me at this point in my career,” Rosas said. “The decision was made solely by me, as I firmly believe this change is in my best interest.”
Dallas poached Rosas from the Rockets, where he served as a front-office executive under general manager Daryl Morey.
Ken Berger of CBS Sports reports that Rosas mapped out a new plan for the Mavericks organization — Dallas missed the playoffs for the first time since 2000 last season — and that plan did not mesh with other members of the organization.
“It didn’t fit from the beginning,” one of the sources told Berger. “The chemistry was simply not there.”
After former general manager Don Nelson left the organization eight years ago, the official title of general manager was vacant, meaning that owner Mark Cuban dealt with many of the transactions. It’s unknown what Dallas plans on doing with the current vacancy.
|10.30.13 at 8:10 am ET|
WEDNESDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
World Series: Cardinals at Red Sox, 8:07 p.m. (Fox; WEEI-FM)
NBA: Celtics at Raptors, 7 p.m. (CSNNE)
NBA: Nets at Cavaliers, 7 p.m. (NBA TV)
NBA: Lakers at Warriors, 10:30 p.m. (NBA TV)
NHL: Bruins at Penguins, 8 p.m. (NBCSN)
College football: Cincinnati at Memphis, 8 p.m. (ESPN2)
AROUND THE WEB:
• There’s been a lot of talk about the Clippers taking over Los Angeles from the Lakers. It will have to wait at least a little while. Despite playing without the recuperating Kobe Bryant, and sitting starters Pau Gasol and Steve Nash in the fourth quarter, the Lakers spoiled the debut of new Clippers coach Doc Rivers with a 116-103 victory Tuesday night at Staples Center.
“We were not ready tonight,” said Rivers, who before the game talked about a championship parade route for his new team. “[The Lakers] have heard for probably the last two months how good [the Clippers] were going to be … so you knew that they were going to play like this was the world championship — with that type of energy. And I thought we never matched it. Everything they did was harder than us and more physical than us. They destroyed us on the glass and destroyed us in turnovers. So it was a good lesson for us.”
Xavier Henry scored a career-high 22 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter as the Lakers scored 41 points in the period and used a 28-8 run to pull away.
“We’re a deep team, and people don’t think we’re that good,” Henry said. “That always fuels us. People are saying we’re going to finish 12th or whatever, but we have a great group of guys who go out there and play hard. We’re young. We’re athletic. We get after it.”
Added Jodie Meeks, who scored nine of his 13 points in the fourth quarter: “It’s not a bad thing to be the underdog sometimes. No expectations. We go out there and play hard. What’s the worst that can happen? We lose, and people say we’re no good?”
• Meanwhile, prior to the game, Lakers legend (and former part-owner) Magic Johnson said he isn’t sure how the fans will respond to the team if the season plays out as expected.
“Laker fans are spoiled. I don’t know how they’re going to react now, because this is going to be a tough season,” Johnson said Tuesday in an interview on the “Max and Marcellus Show” on ESPNLA 710 radio. “This is going to be one of the roughest seasons that the Lakers have ever faced. You’re waiting on Kobe to see if he can get healthy. Nobody knows if he can be what he was. Then you’ve got Gasol – who I think is a premier big man — but he plays better when he has talent around him.
“You’ve got guys who are all on one-year contracts, and all were journeymen on other teams. Laker fans are not used to that. I don’t know if they’re going to buy into that. We’re going to see. If you want the Laker fans to really buy in and be involved, you’re going to have to win right away. I don’t see that happening. The West is tough this year.”
Johnson said he thinks Bryant can return to his “dominant” form, but he’s not sure there’s enough support on the roster.
“I’m hoping that they at least make the playoffs,” Johnson said. “But that’s going to be tough, especially without Kobe. We have to see what Kobe we’re going to get. Is he going to be that same Kobe or is he going to be hurt a little bit?”
Added Johnson: “Kobe can get 30 or 40,” Johnson said. “But you have to remember, you need at least three guys who can score. Right now I’m looking at that roster and going, ‘Who else is going to get you 15-20 a night besides Gasol and Kobe?’ ”
• At The Atlantic, Ryan Roderberg conducted a study to determine if there’s any substance to accusations of referee bias in the NBA — specifically related to Heat executive Pat Riley, Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and Spurs center Tim Duncan.
His result? Whining by Riley and Cuban, and fallout from Duncan’s famous run-in with veteran official Joey Crawford in 2007, have yielded no apparent signs of bias.
Wrote Roderberg: “I found no systematic evidence of a referee’s personal animus negatively impacting the performance of the team in question.”
ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On Oct. 30, 1954, the Celtics lost to the Rochester Royals, 98-95, in a game that marked the debut of which two NBA rules that had a big effect on the way the game was played?
|10.29.13 at 10:32 am ET|
Former Redskins defensive end Dexter Manley is facing a lot of backlash after calling Hall of Famer Troy Aikman a gay slur while making an appearance on a Washington radio station.
In a appearance on WTOP Monday morning, Manley was asked if he believed the Redskins, who Manley played for from 1981-89, were jinxed in their 45-21 loss to the Broncos because Aikman was in the Fox broadcast booth for the game.
Manley responded immediately, stating, “I think Troy Aikman’s a queer.”
The WTOP hosts asked Manley to apologize on-air right away, which Manley did after initially hesitating.
In wake of Manley’s insensitive comments, WTOP announced that Manley will no longer be a regular guest on any broadcasts.
“This morning in a live interview former Redskins player Dexter Manley made an offensive and derogatory comment,” WTOP vice president of news Jim Farley said Monday. ”He was immediately challenged by WTOP news anchors Mike Moss and Bruce Alan. We were shocked and stunned and we apologize to our listeners that this happened on WTOP. WTOP has contacted a representative for Manley and informed her that he will not be returning.”
This is just the latest disappointing chapter in Manley’s rough life. The Pro Bowler was forced to retire from the game in 1991 after failing a fourth drug test when he tested positive for cocaine. In 1995, Manley was arrested for possession of crack cocaine and served two years in prison.
Here is a link to the audio from Manley’s interview.
|10.29.13 at 7:59 am ET|
TUESDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
NBA: Bulls at Heat, 8 p.m. (TNT)
NBA: Clippers at Lakers, 10:30 p.m. (TNT)
NHL: Lightning at Devils, 7:30 p.m. (NBCSN)
MLB: Gold Glove award show, 7 p.m. (ESPN2)
AROUND THE WEB:
• Dolphins center Mike Pouncey, who was served a subpoena after Sunday’s game against the Patriots to testify in front of a Massachusetts grand jury in the Aaron Hernandez case, remained quiet about the matter after returning to Miami.
Pouncey, a former University of Florida teammate of Hernandez, practiced Monday but did not meet the media following a long meeting with a team executive, according to the Miami Herald.
Coach Joe Philbin was asked about the situation numerous times at his Monday press conference, but he offered nothing.
“We are obviously aware of the reports regarding Mike,” Philbin said. “Consistent with my responses to non-football-related matters, I have nothing further to say.”
There are reports that prosecutors are looking into Hernandez’s possible involvement in interstate gun trafficking, but it’s not clear if Pouncey would be a witness or a suspect.
• Former Patriots safety Brandon Meriweather, now toiling in Washington, took his war of words with Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall to a new level Monday.
After Marshall suggested that players like Meriweather — who just returned after a one-game suspension for multiple helmet-first hits against defenseless receivers — should be “taken out of the game completely,” Meriweather fired back by referencing Marshall’s arrests for confrontations with his girlfriend earlier in his career.
“Everybody got their opinion,” Meriweather said. “If he feel like, you know, I need to be kicked out of the league, I feel like people who beat their girlfriends should be kicked out of the league, too. You tell me who you’d rather have — somebody who plays aggressive on the field, or somebody who beat up their girlfriend?”
Marshall initially declined to respond to Meriweather’s comment, but during a radio appearance later in the day, he said: “You can only pray for someone with those feelings. So, that’s all I have to say about that.”
Marshall also expressed his frustration with being penalized for his hits, promising to aim lower, even if it causes serious knee damage.
“I guess I’ve just got to take people’s knees out,” Meriweather said. “I’d hate to end a guy’s career over a rule, but I guess it’s better [for something to happen to] other people than me getting suspended for longer.”
Added Meriweather: “You’ve just got to go low now. You’ve got to end people’s career. You’ve got to tear people’s ACLs and mess up people’s knees now. You can’t hit ‘em high anymore.”
• The Raiders and the NFL announced Monday that the team would handle discipline for defensive coordinator Jason Tarver following the coach’s obscene gestures toward the officials during Sunday’s 21-18 victory over the Steelers.
Upset about a penalty on Raiders cornerback Mike Jenkins for a hit to the head of the ball-carrier, Tarver twice held up his middle finger in the direction of the officials.
“I apologize for my action on the sideline of [Sunday's] game,” Tarver said in a statement. “It was in the heat of the moment, and I regret drawing attention away from the Raiders players and what they accomplished.”
Said coach Dennis Allen: “I don’t know it’s one of those things where you say, ‘Let’s forget about it.’ He’s made his statement about what happened. The only thing I’ll say is I think he’s done an outstanding job with this defense. I think he’s a fiery and emotional guy, and our players have really taken to that. I think they’ve embraced that type of attitude, and he has the defense playing at a high level right now.”
ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On Oct. 29, 1996, as part of the NBA’s 50th anniversary celebration, the league announced its list of the 50 greatest players in NBA history. The list included a number of Celtics — nine who played all or most of their career with the C’s, one who played five of his 13 NBA seasons in Boston, three who played two seasons or less with the Celtics, and one who had not yet played in Boston but made a brief stop here before retiring. Who are they?
|10.28.13 at 2:03 pm ET|
Cardinals general manager Steve Keim defused speculation of a possible offseason trade involving wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald on Monday.
Keim appeared on Arizona Sports 620, one day after Arizona defeated the Falcons, 27-13, and moved to 4-4 on the season.
“I can tell you two things, and I want to make this clear and simple — I have not had one conversation with another NFL team regarding a trade with Larry Fitzgerald,” Keim told the radio station. ”Number two, starting with [Cardinals president] Michael Bidwill on down, it is our intent for Larry Fitzgerald to retire a Cardinal. Period. If there is any gray area there, let me know, and we can get that out.”
On Sunday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that a Fitzgerald trade during the offseason would be in play. This made sense considering Fitzgerald’s ago (30), his contract, which received a $120 million extension in 2011, ending in 2017, and the fact that his salary cap hit is $18 million, meaning a trade would save Arizona $8 million next season, according to Schefter.
Fitzgerald caught his 800th career pass on Sunday to become the youngest NFL player to reach that milestone at 30 years, and 57 days, besting other stars such as Jason Witten, Andre Johnson, Torry Holt and Randy Moss.
The 10-year pro has caught 36 passes, for 470 yards and five touchdowns, all from new quarterback Carson Palmer.
|10.28.13 at 11:44 am ET|
Michael Vick found himself in a position that’s becoming increasingly familiar midway through the Eagles’ loss to the Giants on Sunday: seated on the bench with an injury.
Vick exited in the second quarter of the 15-7 loss with a hamstring injury.
After the game, Vick explained that he felt a “pop” in his left hamstring, which he originally injured in Philadelphia’s first matchup with the Giants in Week 5. That injury forced him to miss Week 6 and 7.
It’s unclear exactly when the aggravation occurred, although Vick looked hampered from the opening drive.
Backup quarterback Matt Barkley entered the game with 2:24 remaining and Philadelphia trailing 12-0. Vick left throwing the ball 6-for-9 for 30 yards and one interception, which came on the team’s first drive.
Vick started Sunday in place of the injured Nick Foles, who had replaced Vick the last two weeks. In six games, Vick has thrown for 1,215 yards, a 54.6 completion percentage, five touchdowns and three interceptions, and run for 308 yards on 34 attempts.
• After tearing his right ACL last season, Robert Griffin III appears to have dodged a bullet, as he said after Sunday’s game that the left knee injury that forced him out of the Redskins’ 45-21 loss to the Broncos is not serious.
With less than five minutes left in the game, Griffin was driven to the ground by defensive tackle Terrance Knighton while attempting a pass, and Knighton landed on Griffin’s knee.
|10.28.13 at 7:36 am ET|
MONDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
World Series: Red Sox at Cardinals, 8:07 p.m. (Fox; WEEI-FM)
NFL: Seahawks at Rams, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)
NHL: Canadiens at Rangers, 7:30 p.m. (NBCSN)
AROUND THE WEB:
• Sunday was an eventful day for Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant. On the positive side, he made an impressive one-handed catch for a 5-yard touchdown and later caught a 50-yard TD pass. On the negative side, he yelled at coaches and teammates on the sidelines during his team’s 31-30 loss to the Lions.
Bryant, who had just three catches on six targets, first started screaming after an unproductive possession in the third quarter.
“My passion is always positive,” Bryant said (via ESPN). “It’s always positive. It’s going to remain the same way. I’m not saying anything wrong. I’m not saying anything bad. It’s all positive. That’s just what it is.
“I’m the nicest person off the field. When I’m on the field, even when I look angry, it’s still all good passion. It’s all good passion. I feel like that’s what we need. I’m going to remain the same way. I feel like I love this game. I love it. In order to win, you’ve got to be passionate about this game. You have to be. You’ve got to let that dog come out and just put it all out there on the line.”
Bryant said he’s not concerned with how people outside the team perceive him.
“That’s [the media's] problem, because everybody knows up in this locker room who I am,” he said. “It’s been that way since Day 1. The day that I got drafted, like I told y’all, don’t get it twisted: I love this game. I love my teammates. That’s what it is.
“It’s going to forever remain the same. It started in Pop Warner, went to middle school, went to high school, went to college, and it’s here. It’s going to stay that way. It won’t change.”
Quarterback Tony Romo said Bryant was not complaining about getting the ball, and tight end Jason Witten, who exchanged words with Bryant in the final seconds, supported his teammate.
“I love that kid like a brother,” Witten said. “There are no hard feelings. DeMarcus [Ware] and I talked to him. He’s a great receiver and plays his tail off week-in and week-out. It’s as simple as that. It’s a disappointing loss. Dez is a guy who plays with his heart. We all do. Those things come up.”
• Speaking of receivers, Nate Burleson of the Lions remains out after breaking his arm in a car accident after reaching to save a pizza from falling off the front seat of his car. The frozen-pizza company DiGiorno did its best to make Burleson feel better by sending him coupons for a year’s supply of pizza along with a pizza cutter and dish.
The coupons arrived with a note that read: “We hope you are feeling better after your recent car accident and are on the road to recovery! DiGiorno Pizza understands the challenges that come with carryout and delivery, so we’re sending you a gift along with a year supply of DiGiorno pizza so you can skip carryout.”
— Nathaniel E Burleson (@Nate13Burleson) October 28, 2013
• Prior to the controversial ending to Game 3 of the World Series on Saturday night, Athlon Sports coincidentally posted a list of the 10 worst calls in MLB postseason history. While it’s unlikely Saturday’s call will make a future list as it appears to be the right one, the Red Sox are on the wrong end of two of the calls in the top 10.
No. 6 is from the 1999 American League Championship Series, when Yankees second baseman Chuck Knoblauch missed Jose Offerman on a tag but got the call anyhow, starting a double play. No. 3 is the Carlton Fisk-Ed Armbrister collision that led to a throwing error on Fisk instead of an interference call in the 10th inning of Game 3 of the 1975 World Series vs. the Reds.
No. 1 is Don Denkinger‘s horrible safe call at first base that gave the Royals a chance to rally for a win in Game 6 of the 1985 World Series. No. 2 is Twins first baseman Kent Hrbek getting away with pushing Braves baserunner Ron Gant off first base for an out in Game 2 of the 1991 World Series.
ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On Oct. 28, 1958, which Red Sox player was named Comeback Player of the Year after finishing second in the American League with a .322 average?
|10.25.13 at 8:04 am ET|
FRIDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
NHL: Ducks at Senators, 7:30 p.m. (NHL Network)
College hockey: UMass at Maine, 8 p.m. (NBCSN)
NBA preseason: Nets at Heat, 7:30 p.m. (NBA TV)
NBA preseason: Kings at Clippers, 10:30 p.m. (NBA TV)
College football: Boise State at BYU, 8 p.m. (ESPN)
Soccer: Liga MX, Guadalajara at Morelia, 8:25 p.m. (ESPN2)
AROUND THE WEB:
• Fox Sports NFL sideline reporter Pam Oliver might not be welcome in New York anytime soon after her performance at a Super Bowl breakfast for regional business leaders Thursday in Times Square.
Oliver asked New York-New Jersey Super Bowl Committee chairman Al Kelly how his group would make sure people dressed warm enough for the February game at MetLife Stadium, and Kelly said there probably would be “a couple of idiots” who are underdressed.
Responded Oliver: “Probably Jets fans.”
Oliver later asked Jets owner Woody Johnson, “How does Rex [Ryan] keep his job,” despite the team’s 4-3 start.
Oliver, who suffered a concussion when she was hit by a wayward pass before a preseason game in August at the Meadowlands, also got in a dig about the 1-6 Giants, asking co-owner Jonathan Tisch to explain “what in the hell is the matter with the Giants?”
The loudest groans (and boos) from the crowd came when Oliver asked members of the panel how they would “instruct people of this area, particularly New Yorkers, to be nice? To say, ‘please,’ ‘thank you,’ and, ‘I’ll get that.’ ”
Qualified Oliver: “I’m sorry — I’m from the South.”
Responded Tisch: “I’m from New York City, and I take exception with that. New Yorkers are unbelievably hospitable.”
• For the third time in three years, Stephen A. Smith is denying he used the N-word during an appearance on ESPN’s “First Take.” During a debate with co-host Skip Bayless on Wednesday, Smith appeared to say, “That’s the way it goes. That’s all! [N-word], please. Please.”
As he did the previous two times, Smith has insisted he did not use the offensive word. ESPN apparently agrees — at least publicly.
“We have concluded no inappropriate language was used after closely reviewing the segment several times, including physical aspects of speech and speaking to Stephen A., who maintains he jumbled his words,” an ESPN spokesperson said.
Following the controversy in 2012, when he appeared to say the word in a similar manner, Smith insisted people misunderstood him.
“I did not say the things reported that I said,” he explained then. “Hopefully I will not have to address this again. … If I were to have said anything like that, I would have instantly issued an apology.”
• In ESPN’s recent annual player rank, the media entity tabbed Lakers star Kobe Bryant as the 25th-best player in the league, dropping him 19 spots from a year ago. Another ESPN poll had the Lakers 12th in the Western Conference.
That’s not sitting well with Bryant, who last week changed his Twitter avatar to “1225.”
On Thursday, Bryant made it clear he hasn’t softened his stance, telling reporters that anyone who thinks he’s only 25th best in the NBA needs drug testing.
“The way I look at it, 25 is pretty silly,” he said. “Still and all, it’s a challenge that I willingly accept.”
Bryant, 35, tore his Achilles’ tendon in April and missed the postseason after averaging 27.3 points and 5.6 assists in 78 games. He appears doubtful for the team’s regular-season opener Tuesday night after acknowledging pulling back on his rehab to “let it heal up a little bit more.”
ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On Oct. 25, 1986, the Red Sox famously lost Game 6 of the World Series to the Mets despite having a two-run lead in the 10th inning. Which Mets pitcher — who later played for the Red Sox — got the win even though he surrendered two runs in the top of the 10th?
|10.24.13 at 12:37 pm ET|
Six NFL teams will be making the trip across the pond in 2014, as the league announced Thursday which teams will be playing in the annual London-based games.
The 2014 NFL season will mark the first time three games will be played in London. The three matches are set to take place at Wembley Stadium.
The Jaguars will host the Cowboys, the Lions will face the Falcons and the Dolphins will play the Raiders. The dates and times have yet to be announced.
“Our fans in the U.K. continue to demonstrate their passion for more football,” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said. “Next year for the first time we will play three regular-season games in London. We have scheduled three attractive games with four team playing in their first International Series game. The growing enthusiasm for the NFL internationally is exciting and we look forward to continuing to respond to this interest in our game.”
The Jaguars will have experience playing in Wembley by 2014, as they are set to take on the 49ers there this Sunday. Jacksonville will serve as the home team in London games for the next four years.
The Dolphins previously played at Wembley during the 2007 season, as they lost to the Giants, 13-10.The Falcons, Raiders, Cowboys and Lions have never played in London.
|10.24.13 at 7:52 am ET|
THURSDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
World Series: Cardinals at Red Sox, 8:07 p.m. (Fox; WEEI-FM)
NHL: Sharks at Bruins, 7 p.m. (NESN)
NFL: Panthers at Buccaneers, 8:25 p.m. (NFL Network)
College football: Kentucky at Mississippi State, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN)
College football: Marshall at Middle Tennessee, 7:30 p.m. (FS1)
NBA preseason: Rockets at Spurs, 8 p.m. (TNT)
Soccer: UEFA Europa, Sheriff vs. Tottenham, 1 p.m. (FS1)
Soccer: UEFA Europa, St. Gallen at Valencia, 3 p.m. (FS1)
AROUND THE WEB:
• One day after a story came out about a fantasy football fan who made death threats on Twitter to Giants running back Brandon Jacobs, a Connecticut man was arrested Wednesday for tweeting threats to members of the Mets organization. He was charged with threatening in the second degree as well as breach of peace.
Aryn Leroux of West Haven is accused of sending tweets to players, coaches and executives. On Sept. 12, the horror-film fan tweeted comments about the following night’s game on Friday the 13th, “Let’s get a gang of us to wear Jason Vorhees masks to Citi Field and go skin us a GM-owner-manager,” he wrote, adding, “There will be a bloodbath at Citi Field tomorrow night.”
Reliever LaTroy Hawkins, one of the subjects of Leroux’s tweets, had no sympathy for the man.
“This guy is a bad person,” Hawkins told the New York Post. “On Twitter he made some threats that can’t be tolerated in this day and age.”
In the Jacobs case, the fan tried to play off his threat as a joke after Jacobs called him out.
“It was just a kid being dumb,” Jacobs said. “Later he tweeted he was only joking. But when you say stuff like that and think it’s a joke, it’s a problem.”
• The Rams are desperate for help at quarterback after losing Sam Bradford to a season-ending knee injury Sunday. They’re so desperate that they reportedly reached out to Brett Favre about a possible return to the NFL, only to be rebuffed.
St. Louis called Brett Favre, asking if the 44-year-old QB if he would be willing to play. Favre declined. More to story on ESPN all day.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 24, 2013
Favre, who turns 44, told USA Today earlier this month that he is in shape, “but I am no way considering playing.”
Earlier this week, there was a report that the Rams were considering Tim Tebow, who remains unemployed since being released by the Patriots late in the preseason.
• As part of their annual postseason survey to gauge fan satisfaction, the Indians are asking fans to opine on the team’s smiling Indian logo.
The team did not suggest there were any plans to change the “Chief Wahoo” image, but the caricature has been called out as offensive by some, and linked to the controversy over the Redskins nickname.
ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On Oct. 24, 1990, the Red Sox exercised a buyout of Dwight Evans. The right fielder would go on to play one more season in the majors, with which team?
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