It’s no secret that Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash share a deep and meaningful friendship. The two basketball greats both joined the Dallas Mavericks in 1998 and they’ve been close ever since. So, when Nash announced his retirement over the weekend, we all should have known that it would be Dirk who would have the
After one season of play, Chris Borland decided that playing football wasn’t worth the risks to his long-term health. The former 49er also decided that he shouldn’t be paid for more than one season of work.
All of these things have happened to Kirk Hinrich in the month of March — the last video is from Wednesday night.
For all the things that Cortland Finnegan accomplished on the football field, the cornerback was most well-known for his ability to get under the skin of opposing wide receivers. Finnegan made a career out of employing extra-curricular tactics to win a matchup against an opponent. In 2010, Finnegan was fined for throwing Giants’ wide receiver
After a disappointing career that was all too often defined by injuries, Jake Locker announced that he will retire from the NFL on Tuesday.
After eight seasons which included five All-Pro selections and seven Pro Bowl nods, San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis officially announced his retirement on Tuesday. Willis, who is only 30 years old, cited his health as the main reason why he’s walking away from the game. “It’s my health first and everything else makes sense”
The San Francisco 49ers are going to look like an entirely different team when they take the field next season as Justin Smith and Patrick Willis are reportedly going to retire from the NFL.
On Monday, Jeremy Guthrie shook the sneaker collecting world when he “formally” announced his retirement as an active sneakerhead.
Kevin Hart may have won his fourth MVP Award for the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game but it will likely be his last one.
This Monday may be known as “Black Monday” due to the amount of NFL jobs that are annually lost on the first Monday after the season’s end but this year’s Black Monday may be the darkest of them all.
Three weeks ago, Champ Bailey announced that he would be retiring from the NFL after a long and fruitful career terrorizing NFL passers and receivers. The twelve time Pro Bowler and five time All-Pro spent the 10 seasons with the Denver Broncos. His previous five years in the league were spent in Washington. He had
Steve Smith, who upon being released by the Carolina Panthers, promised that there would be “blood and guts everywhere” if he saw them on the field again, has stated that he will retire as a member of the Panther organization when he decides to hang up his cleats. However, because the chip on Smith’s shoulder