Is Ken Holland capable of leading the Red Wings’ rebuild?

The Red Wings recently announced that general manager Ken Holland is expected to return next season, with or without a contract. Now, the question that is making it’s way through many circles of fans regards whether or not Holland is the man that would make them comfortable at the reigns of a complete rebuild. Embed from Getty Images … Read more

Michigan State’s Nick Ward to declare for NBA Draft

One day after Michigan State sophomore Miles Bridges announced his decision to declare for the 2018 NBA Draft, another Spartan has agreed to follow suit and at least test the waters. Fellow classmate Nick Ward has decided to submit his name for the draft. He will, however, not hire an agent. Michigan State's Nick Ward … Read more

Could Tigers make late addition to roster before Opening Day?

Opening Day around Major League Baseball is just four days away and the Detroit Tigers seem to have their 25-man roster set. However, the team remains non-committal regarding some of their presumed bench personnel. The team has made some roster announcements over the last few days. They first reassigned a number of players to minor league … Read more

Jeff Blashill: Young players must ‘beat someone out’ for job

NHL: Detroit Red Wings at Washington Capitals

Friday’s 1-0 loss to the Washington Capitals officially closed the book closed the book on the Red Wings’ playoff chances this year, marking the first time in 35 years that the team missed the postseason in back-to-back seasons. Now that we know the team will not be skating in the playoffs, it’s time to bring a few youngsters … Read more

MUST SEE: NBA referee gives new meaning to “hump day” with this call

Sports officials not only come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, but they also come with different forms as well. And by forms, we mean the gestures and mannerisms they make when making a call on the court, field or ice. Obviously some calls warrant being more exaggerated than others for various reasons, most … Read more

The Lions may be ready to part ways with their young wideout

The relationship between the Detroit Lions and wide receiver T.J. Jones may soon be coming to an end. Embed from Getty Images Rumors coming out of the NFL Combine in Indianapolis is that the Lions may not tender Jones, set to become a restricted free agent. Following the season that Jones had in 2017, this … Read more

LOOK: Tigers’ Jeimer Candelario hits first home run of Spring Training

A lot has been written and talked about the prowess and expectations for the Detroit Tigers young 3rd baseman Jeimer Candelario. He is heading into 2018 as the starter at the hot corner, and he is showing promise so far early in Spring Training. Embed from Getty Images Yesterday in the Tigers home opener in … Read more

3 Reasons for the Tigers to go after the newly-available Corey Dickerson

Spring training has arrived in Major League Baseball but that doesn’t mean business is still happening behind closed doors. Hell, there’s still roughly 100 free agents available on the market as spring camp gets underway. One name that has surfaced this weekend is outfielder Corey Dickerson. In a surprising move from the Tampa Bay Rays, … Read more

Detroit Tigers set to report for spring training today

Today is the day, baseball fans – your Detroit Tigers report for spring training. Squad rollin’ in. #BaseballIsBack pic.twitter.com/eHVje7pNhV — Detroit Tigers (@tigers) February 18, 2018 It is worth noting that the first full team workout is scheduled for tomorrow. Though it has been well documented that this team will not compete for a championship … Read more

LOOK: Detroit Lions have an unwanted spot in 2018 strength of schedule ranking

As always, Detroit Lion fans have high expectations for next season, and this time for good reason. In the NFL coaches do not typically get fired after going nine and seven, but that is what happened to Detroit Lions Jim Caldwell. A move that the fan base seemed to be supportive of, simply because expectations have risen … Read more

Mittens’ Mitten Roundup – College Hoops, Week 15

One month from this past Sunday, the field of 68 for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament will be revealed. In fact, it was on Sunday that the selection committee revealed a sneak peek of who the top 16 teams in the tournament — top four in each region — would be if the … Read more

Pistons’ Andre Drummond captures another accolade this week

The Detroit Pistons just enjoyed themselves a great week of basketball. After losing to the Cavs on Sunday Stan Van Gundy decided it was time for a drastic change. So the Pistons traded for super-star Blake Griffin and suddenly the frustratingly mediocre Pistons luck began to change. Of all the Pistons, Andre Drummond has seen … Read more

Ex-MSU AD says Mark Dantonio and Tom Izzo were ‘hung out to dry’

Michigan State coaches Mark Dantonio and Tom Izzo have come under a ton of heat lately, after ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” targeted them and their respective programs in a report that implied MSU has taken sexual assault lightly, and in some cases covered it up. The report came out Friday, shortly after Michigan State athletic … Read more