Hi Tiger, it's me Patrick. I think it's time we have a talk...about voicemails.
Counting down the 10 most interesting events in the last 10 years of athletics
Will Brett Favre single-handledly drag the Minneapolis newspaper of record out of bankruptcy?
Life is tough for a Favre fan in the city of Frasier Crane.
A Seattle television reporter shows his true colors.
Packer backers fighting the war in Iraq have an extra load of grief to endure these days.
General Mills puts its heads together with major athletes to come up with a new Wheaties formula.
To show their appreciation for grandpa Favre, some players surprised him with an early birthday present for his big 4-0 next month.
Reason #1: Because Brett Favre is the very best and very worst at something... at the same time.
In just a couple weeks, No. 4 has shot up to the top of the sales charts.
Hotel Minneapolis announces a Brett Favre deal for hotel guests.
KSTP was questioned about their live helicopter coverage of his arrival that at one point even interrupted normal broadcasting on their channel. And they defended it. That's embarrassing.
No sooner had news broken that Brett Favre would play for the Vikings then gamblers started coming up with odd bets in an attempt to cash in on the excitement surrounding No. 4's return.
ESPN.com describes the franchise's on-going wheeling-and-dealing as "one of the most profound and rapid rebuilds the NBA has ever seen." So when will that translate into wins? Patience, childrens. Patience.
The will-he-or-won't-he drama is officially over: reports are trickling in that Diva-like quarterback Brett Favre has told Vikings coach Brad Childress that he will stay retired and will not play for the Vikings next season.
"This site is also not affiliated with Charles Barkley in any way." Oops.
Dude needs a cameo in a Ben Stiller movie.
The Wolves believe in life after Kevin Garnett
In an otherwise disastrous season for the Wolves, Trenton Hassell is quietly having a career year
The Wolves cap a lost season by thinking like losers
The Lakers drown the Wolves' hopes
God created the world in six days, so why does it take eight weeks to pick an NBA champion: A City Pages dialogue
It's the Wolves, not the Lakers, who refuse to lose
No matter what happens in the playoffs, KG is having a season for the ages
Maybe the Timberwolves can get closer to the promised land. Maybe.
The Wolves: Heroically mediocre, again
The Wolves may be merely average, but Kevin Garnett just keeps getting better
Of Shots, Roles, and Team Dysfunction
Some props before the playoffs
Now more than ever, Wolves fans should savor KG
Nike's dissection of "The Jordan Moment"