Columbine High School and others in the area were put on lockout Thursday morning due to threats.
We’re nearly at 100 days of hockey-held-hostage. When the NHL returns, if it does return, the Avalanche should reward the fans. Just how should they do that? Watch the latest Vic’s Signature.
By: Martin Sumners The NBA All-Star Game was introduced in 1951. Initially, the game was an almost quaint two-hour exhibition and although held in non-cosmopolitan cities such as Ft. Wayne, Indiana, it was often elegantly […]
By: Martin Sumners The ABA didn’t invent the dunk but it did introduce the high-flying dunk contest at the 1976 ABA All-Star Game at the fitting site of Denver known as the Mile High City. […]
The NBA lockout has officially outlasted the NFL lockout, and the average sports fan’s patience has officially been tested. November 16th marks the first time NBA players will miss a pay day, with the average […]
After the NFL Lockout ends, the “quality” of the football this season might not be where it should be, Vic Lombardi says in his latest Vic’s Signature report.
For some rookies who are hopeful for a shot at playing in the upcoming NFL season the lockout has been excruciating, however for some seasoned veterans it has been the opposite experience this offseason.
“Listen, I’m no fan of a work stoppage such as the ones that are ongoing with the NFL and the NBA this year. But these NBA guys have something the NFL players do not,” Vic Lombardi says in his latest Vic’s Signature segment.
In his new Vic’s Signature report, Vic Lombardi says that when it comes to all this NFL “legalese” he’s “as helpless as Kyle Orton with no blocking.”
All along, the NFL said it was certain the players’ union would decertify and head to court. All along, the union insisted the league’s owners were planning to lock out the players. And that’s exactly what happened.