Jerry Seinfeld is among the most iconic figures in television history, thanks to his eponymous sitcom of the 1990s, but who does Seinfeld himself most like to watch on TV?
The answer came Wednesday, when the avid Mets fan posted this on his Twitter feed: “Bob Ojeda is my favorite person on TV.’’ Then he added the following hashtags: #insight #smart #energy #justlikehepitched.
Wow! What... » more
Fans over age 8 or so might recall the 3D TV fad of 2009 and ‘10, during which several sports marked milestones with their first-ever live, 3D telecasts, a period during which I wore a variety of unflattering glasses in public.
Well, all that appears to be over now, with the news Wednesday that ESPN will discontinue its 3D channel by the end of the year, citing lack of interest.
Someday... » more
NFL officials announced Tuesday that Super Bowl Boulevard (a/k/a Broadway) will feature a 60-foot-high, 108-foot long toboggan run in Times Square that could handle up to 50,000 rides in the days leading up to the big game.
No word on whether it will be converted into a new TKTS booth afterward.
But more mundane prep work continues for Super Bowl XLVIII, too, covering everything from... » more
LeBron James didn't exactly dominate the Spurs to help the Heat even the series at one game apiece in the NBA Finals, but he did make one standout play in Game 2.
With 8:21 to go in the game, Spurs center Tiago Splitter received a pass from Tony Parker in the paint. The 6-11 Brazilian went up for the dunk, but in Dikembe Mutombo fashion, LeBron James figuratively said: "No, no, no. Not... » more
In a sense my sportswriting career began April 24, 1976, when 15-year-old me attended Game 7 of the Spurs-Nets ABA semifinal and promised myself I would tell future generations how great Julius Erving was in his low-exposure ABA days.
Now I don't have to, thanks to "The Doctor,'' a documentary that premieres at 9 p.m. Monday on NBA TV and features extensive footage of Roosevelt's own... » more
Keith Olbermann is among the most polarizing figures in political media, but his passion for baseball long predates his days as a left-leaning lightning rod on MSNBC and later Current TV.
So much so that he noted upon being hired to host TBS' postseason studio show that it would be the third network for which he has done playoff baseball.
"I guess that is a record I'm the only one... » more