Maybe you thought the Barry Bonds trial ended with the verdict. Silly you! When single-minded lawyers like the ones in this case are involved, it ain't over 'til it's over.
Can Roger Clemens prove he wasn't partying with Jose Canseco that fateful day in 1998? In the view from our Courtside Seat, the Rocket's baseball legacy might depend on it. Plus, the Super Bowl Shuffle lives! (In court, that is.)
Politics might make strange bedfellows, but it's got nothin' on the sports world sometimes. Evidence? Let's start with the people getting together in the Barry Bonds case and go from there.
Barry Bonds will finally stand trial on perjury charges in a couple of months. From our Courtside Seat, the view of the jockeying between the government and the defense is already fascinating.
Roger Clemens' perjury trial next year will take a lot of twists and turns. One of them might depend on how well the Rocket can keep his temper.
The owners' road to a new CBA in the NFL appears to lead straight into a lockout in 2011. Is there hope? Can the union strike back? Here's a legal look at the ugly scenario.
Elena Kagan used to swing a mean softball bat, but the ante is upped now that she's a Supreme Court nominee who's taken a swing at the NFL. Courtside Seat weighs in on the Coyotes and Mark Cuban, too.
Jerry Reinsdorf's pretty powers of persuasion. Barry Bonds' long layover in limbo. The New Orleans Saints' unpalatable prescription pills. The view is great from a Courtside Seat.
Eric Holder likely will be the next U.S. attorney general, but he might have to answer some questions about his relationship with the NFL first, writes ESPN.com's Lester Munson.