Former Celtic Antoine Walker's happy days are done unless a Vegas judge has a heaping helping of mercy for him. From our Courtside Seat, though, it looks as though the party's just starting for O.J. McDuffie and Danny Tarkanian.
It might take miracles of biblical proportions for Charles Rogers to pay back the Lions and Rich Rodriguez to pay off his debts. That's the view from the Courtside Seat, anyway.
Gilbert Arenas learns his fate on Friday in a Washington, D.C., courtroom. Will his extensive charitable giving and celebrity status carry any weight with the sentencing judge?
It might already be too late for Gilbert Arenas to come out of the darkness of his first court appearance on a gun charge, but at least he probably won't lose his Wizards contract.
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban can breathe easier now that a judge has dismissed an insider trading civil lawsuit against him. But for how long?
For now, Monday's court decision preserves the status quo for hockey in Phoenix. But the jury is still out on whether that's a good thing.
Two aspects of the scandal involving disgraced former NBA referee Tim Donaghy are scary and should draw the immediate attention of NBA commissioner David Stern, writes ESPN.com's Lester Munson.
Whether the Sonics stay in Seattle or start a new life in Oklahoma City will be determined by a complicated court case that begins Monday. Lester Munson explains.