Flint, MI — Hoopers and ballers from throughout Michigan crowded into the Flat Lot in downtown Flint this weekend for the return of the Gus Macker 3-on-3 basketball tournament.

This year, 137 teams competed in the tournament which started on Saturday, July 30 at 9 a.m. Brackets at the tournament included the top mens bracket, the boys and girls middle school and high school brackets and the losers bracket. Games in the tournament run through

  Read More

The video game industry is suffering from a COVID hangover even a bottle of Pedialyte and a bacon, egg, and cheese can’t fix. After explosive growth throughout the pandemic, game sales are finally plummeting back to Earth.

Both Microsoft (MSFT) and Sony (SONY), two of the world’s leading game companies, revealed this week that their gaming divisions saw year-over-year revenue declines, as soaring inflation takes a toll on the industry. It’s not just hardware and

  Read More

The SN Rushmore project named four pro athletes from the 13 cities that have had at least four of the following five leagues represented for at least 20 years – NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, WNBA. While there were no hard-and-fast rules pertaining to the athletes selected, our panel of experts considered individual resumes, team success and legacy within the sports landscape of each city. Multiple players from the same franchise were allowed, and not every

  Read More
Red Sox players celebrate

Jul 9, 2022; Boston, Massachusetts, USA; Boston Red Sox left fielder Alex Verdugo (99) celebrates with teammates after driving in the game-winning runs during the tenth inning against the New York Yankees at Fenway Park. Mandatory Credit: Paul Rutherford-USA TODAY Sports

  • Three days remains in the Massachusetts legislative session
  • A six-member conference committee is working out the details of a Massachusetts sports betting bill
  • House and Senate are far apart on what they want in
  Read More
Award symbols, discount announcements, and review scores clutter a Steam store front in a Photoshopped image.

Image: Valve / Kotaku

Yesterday, Valve issued an update for devs who sell on their storefront. Starting September 1 of this year, “banner images,” referred to as “Capsules” in Steamworks, will be restricted from including a variety of accolades, current sales, and more. In the announcement of the policy change, the house of Gordon Freeman states that the previous rules weren’t defined well enough.

Banner images are the equivalent of cover art on

  Read More

The SN Rushmore project named four pro athletes from the 13 cities that have had at least four of the following five leagues represented for at least 20 years – NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, WNBA. While there were no hard-and-fast rules pertaining to the athletes selected, our panel of experts considered individual resumes, team success and legacy within the sports landscape of each city. Multiple players from the same franchise were allowed, and not every

  Read More

Cover photo courtesy Getty Images

Summer vacations in Orlando can be quite hot, luckily there is an abundance of water sports at bay to keep you cool. Check out these top places for fun and chilling water sports locations.

Orlando Watersports Complex

From beginners to the more advanced, water lovers of all skill sets will find something fun at this location. 

There is a giant, inflatable aqua park, providing three skill levels, and 40 features

  Read More

PANAMA CITY BEACH — Local and visiting athletes soon could be using a new training facility at a popular park on the Beach. 

The City Council on Thursday approved entering into an exclusive negotiating agreement with RHR Ventures for the development of an 8-acre parcel of land at Frank Brown Park. 

The group has proposed building a 22,000-square-foot D-BAT Sports indoor facility on about 4 acres of the parcel, which currently is a dirt parking

  Read More

The second installment of our two-part series. CBS Sports was embedded with new Florida Gators coach Todd Golden and his staff as they hit the recruiting trail for five days in July. <strong>Read Part I.</strong>

Day 3: Gainesville to Atlanta to Augusta …

GAINESVILLE, 6:37 a.m. — The Army-green Dodge Charger is right on time. Florida player development assistant Jordan Talley scoops me up en route to campus. He’s calling players to make sure they’re

  Read More