Creating a five-team NBA European division could make basketball the most popular sport in the world, writes Todd Boyd.
Jim Caple's Lost in Translation Tour has now taken him to the bullfights in Pamplona, Spain -- and what a bloody spectacle they are.
New York Knicks president Isiah Thomas visited Real Madrid on Sunday at the start of a European tour in which he is hoping to establish good relations with the continent's clubs.
Its players are ranked higher and are more accomplished, but the U.S. will lose to Europe because of the "15th club."
After two games of their pre-Olympic swing through Europe, it's already clear that the U.S. men's basketball team lacks experience, doesn't have many great shooters, isn't all that tall and is a month behind the competition in terms of preparation.