Sunday, Oct. 31, 2010
LeBron: Free agent regrets?
LeBron James said Sunday he would change some things if he had a do-over on his free agency.
Picking New Jersey instead of Miami wouldn't be one of them.
"I'm happy I'm in this uniform, but much respect to the Nets," James said before the Heat faced the Nets.
He didn't say what aspects he would change -- his decision to announce his destination on the heavily criticized "The Decision" TV special being the easy guess -- only that he was comfortable with his choice of the Heat but there were some things he would do "a little different." (ChicagoBreakingSports).
Jets' Tomlinson joins Walter Payton on milestone
Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson has joined Walter Payton as the only players in NFL history to gain 13,000 yards rushing and 4,000 yards receiving.
Tomlinson, the seventh-leading rusher in league history, reached the milestone Sunday against the Green Bay Packers with an 8-yard run in the second quarter. He entered the game with 12,980 yards rushing and 4,062 yards receiving.
Payton gained 16,726 yards rushing and 4,538 yards receiving during his Hall of Fame career with the Bears, (ChicagoBreakingSports).
Notre Dame loses DE recruit
The losses on all levels continue to amass for Notre Dame, now eroding the very foundation of what Brian Kelly is attempting to build.
Four-star defensive end Aaron Lynch, a cornerstone pledge in the Class of 2011 recruiting haul, has decommitted from the Irish, according to multiple online reports.
Lynch was the No. 95 recruit in the nation, according to Rivals.com rankings, and the 6-foot-6-inch, 245-pounder would have provided an edge presence at a position of huge need at Notre Dame, (ChicagoBreakingSports).
Ozzie Guillen blogs from World Series
The White Sox skipper has decided to open up towards his fans and start his own blog. Ozzie Guillen decided on the blog to serve as an easier way to connect with the fans in English and Spanish, the same reason why he started his Facebook and Twitter pages, (MLB.com).
Derrick Rose: 'I have a shot' (at MVP)
When fans chanted 'MVP' to Derrick Rose Saturday night, Rose said he believes he has a shot. Check out the video on CSNChicago.com.