Chatter around the NBA playoff series has been dominated by Golden State Warriors star and league MVP Stephen Curry. The NBA recently noted that Curry and LeBron James are the only unanimous selections to the All-NBA first team by a panel of writers and broadcasters based in the United States and Canada. Tuesday evening, though, Curry was finally overshadowed—by his own 2-year-old daughter. At a p
By Barry Eitel on May 24, 2015
Major League Baseball’s World Series, commonly known as the Fall Classic, will be played a little closer to the onset of winter this year. The 2015 season began Sunday in Chicago with a 3-0 victory by the St. Louis Cardinals over the Chicago Cubs. The final game of the regular season is scheduled for Oct. 4. The relatively late April 5 opener, coupled with having Thursday off during the All-Star B
By Darren Richardson on Apr 10, 2015
For a moment – no, make that for a whole lot of moments – the Kentucky Wildcats men’s basketball team had its back against the wall against the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame Saturday night in Cleveland. But in the end, it was Kentucky’s size, depth and the court-tested poise of twin sophomore guards Andrew and Aaron Harrison that helped the Cats stay undefeated with a 68-66 win and emerge from the
By Darren Richardson on Mar 29, 2015
In stadiums and arenas across the country, players take the court or field and dazzle the crowds with their physical feats. However, another player is grabbing a bigger and bigger share of the spotlight at these venues: technology. Modern-day venues, both new construction and redesigns, are being tricked out with impressive Wi-Fi, video systems and more. These venues represent how technology is tr
By John Egan on Mar 05, 2015
Football fans are used to hearing about how some NFL team wants to move to Los Angeles. Now get ready to hear about how three NFL teams want to move to Los Angeles. After last month's announcement that the St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke planned to build a Rams stadium in Los Angeles and move the team, the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers proposed a shared stadium in Carson, California. Th
By Joe Kukura on Feb 22, 2015
The Kentucky Wildcats (24-0) kept their perfect season alive with a 71-69 win over the Louisiana State University Tigers Tuesday in Baton Rouge, holding on for the victory thanks to a missed 3-pointer by LSU guard Keith Hornsby. The Wildcats will try to make it 25-0 when they host the South Carolina Gamecocks Saturday afternoon. The only NCAA Division I men’s basketball team to attain perfection s
By Darren Richardson on Feb 11, 2015
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Joe Kukura is a freelance writer with four years experience covering Bay Area news with NBC Bay Area and SFist. He enjoys long walks in the projects, his iPad is completely smeared with fingerprint splotches, and he has served on multiple small business' Boards of Directors.
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A gimmick who covers the NFL, college football, English Premier League, Major League Soccer, and other sports because being a master of no trades is the new black. Mixes love of the Giants, Mets, Tottenham Hotspur, Chicago Bulls, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Red Bulls, Perth Glory, US Soccer and KNVB with a Cleveland sports infatuation that is one-sided because Cleveland sports are the worst.
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Die-hard Detroit sports fan and University of Michigan grad; moved to Los Angeles in 2012 to work in film. Favorite sports memories are of the Steve Yzerman-led Red Wings of the late '90s and early 2000's. Firm believer that someday the world will hear the Lions' roar and can't wait for the moment when Miggy and the Tigers finally hoist that World Series trophy.
Just a guy rambling on about sports like all the other folks in the media.