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What’s wrong with the Knicks?

In a previous article back in December we discussed why the Knicks were a mess, you can check the article here. Well, nothing has changed since then. Pay per head services know that the Knicks are 18 games under .500, riding a six-game losing streak and out of the playoffs. After yesterday’s 109-90 loss against […]

Tom Coughlin agrees to a one-year contract extension with the Giants

Tom Coughlin has agreed to a one-year contract extension to remain as head coach of the New York Giants through the 2015 season. Per Head Services know that Coughlin was set to enter the final year of a contract he signed in June 2012 and he told reporters of the new deal Friday at the […]

Ryan Dempster won’t pitch next season

Ryan Dempster won’t be around to help the Red Sox defend their World Series championship next season. Releasing a statement to Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, Dempster announced his decision to take (at least) a one-year sabbatical from baseball to work on his health and spend time with his family: “I don’t feel like I am […]

Francisco Rodriguez signs 1-year contract to return to the Milwaukee Brewers

The Milwaukee Brewers have reportedly agreed to terms on a one-year contract with Francisco Rodriguez, who previously pitched with the organization for parts of the last three seasons. Pay per head services saw that Adam McCalvy of MLB.com shared the contract details: A baseball source said the sides were close Friday to sealing a one-year, […]

Retired NBA player Tracy McGrady wants to play baseball, works out with Roger Clemens

Retired seven-time NBA All-Star Tracy McGrady had productive 16-year career that was ultimately besieged by injuries. McGrady was an amazing basketball player but it feels like he could have left an even greater mark in the league if not for his constant back and knee injuries. Well, his desire for more success is probably the […]

Grant Balfour signs two-year contract with the Rays

The Tampa Bay Rays signed closer Grant Balfour to a two-year contract. Pay per head services know that the deal, which was first reported by Fox Sports, is expected to pay the former Athletics closer $12 million over two years. As previously reported here, Balfour had reached a two-year, $15 million deal with the Baltimore […]

NASCAR News – Major Changes Coming to Chase Format

According to a report from the Charlotte Observer, NASCAR wants to change the Chase playoff format and the points system for their Sprint Cup Series this upcoming season. Pay per head services read the newspaper and noticed multiple sources briefed on the plan this week. NASCAR plants to increase the Chase field from 12 drivers […]

Rajon Rondo could return soon

Speculation that Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo is almost ready to make his season debut increased after he sent out a cryptic tweet on Monday. “29,233,280 secs,” Rondo wrote on his Twitter account, implying the 338-day time frame between his surgery to repair a torn ACL last February and Friday’s game against the Lakers. Pay […]

2014 NFL Divisional Playoffs Recap

The Seattle Seahawks moved within one game of Super Bowl XLVIII after holding off the New Orleans Saints with a 23-15 win at CenturyLink Field. Marshawn Lynch rushed for 140 yards and two touchdowns on 28 carries. Final Score: Seattle 23, New Orleans 15 LeGarrette Blount rushed for 166 yards and a franchise-record four touchdowns […]

Arbitrator reduces A-Rod’s ban to 162 games

Today Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez had his record 211-game suspension reduced to 162 games by an arbitrator. Pay per head services saw that Major League Baseball confirmed the reduction of the suspension, which will also include the entire 2014 postseason, following arbitrator Frederic Horowitz’s ruling. Rodriguez’ statement shortly after the ruling said, “The number […]

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