TNT's "Inside the NBA" had a rough start Tuesday night when Shaquille O'Neal's cell phone went off. He then tossed it to a producer who dropped it and it clattered to the floor. In the middle of all of this, Shaq accidentally unhooked his microphone so someone had to run in to fix it. All of which was a perfect setup for Charles Barkley.
Manny Ramirez may be banned from affiliated baseball in the United States, but he's still making a little bank and putting on a show, dreadlocks and all, in the Chinese Professional Baseball League in Taiwan. Speaking of performance-enhancing drugs, what are the Taiwanese play-by-play guys on?
It's official: the BCS is gone after this season, replaced with a four-team playoff called...the "College Football Playoff". Really? It's also official that Jerry Jones is getting the championship game at Cowboys Stadium. But, other than money, why was Jerry so desperate to get this game in Dallas...?
I've got a new NBA Playoff intro! Well, courtesy of Saturday Night Live. Did you know the "NBA on NBC" theme was composed by John Tesh? Yeah, THAT John Tesh. Did you know the theme had words? Me either. According to SNL, it does...
Reports from the Boston Police Dept. are saying that two people have been killled and many more injured by two explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, thought to be the result of IEDs. A third explosion was contained after police found the bomb before it went off. News sources are saying there is a suspect being detained by police. Stay with 600ESPNElPaso.com for more updates and information.
It was a beautiful morning to blow something up, and an even better morning to see it from the air! Whether you were for or against keeping them around, the El Paso skyline is forever changed as both ASARCO smokestacks were demolished at dawn. Thanks to Helicopters Anonymous and pilot Deb Rothchild, we got an exclusive aerial view of the event AND an exclusive on why it may have been delayed a few minutes.
Three cheers for the Nebraska Cornhuskers and 7-year-old cancer patient Jack Hoffman. On the final play of the Cornhuskers spring game Hoffman, who's taking a break from his 60-week chemotherapy session, took a handoff from Taylor Martinez and ran 69 yards for a touchdown to the applause of the team and 60,000 fans.
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