Welcome to the Daily Rundown! This is where I’m at right now in the sports world.

In today’s edition, I talk King James, the worst sports franchise of 2010, and a few other things that caught my eye today.



Lebron James Trashes the Cavs……..Again! So now it’s my turn.

I appreciate the fact that ‘Bron’s embracing the “villain” label most of the nation has given him, but come on man–get a grip.

James took to Twitter after the Cavaliers 55-point loss to the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night.

“Crazy. Karma is a b****.. Gets you every time. Its not good to wish bad on anybody. God sees everything!” – @kingjames

Let’s set the record straight here @kingjames. Whether you left Cleveland gracefully, or egotistically, the Cavs would suck the same. So, karma has nothing to do with this.

Until you win a title or two, or perhaps win 73 games in a season, you really have no right to talk sh*t.

If you don’t win the title this year, you will be just the like Cavs–a loser.


Vikings Willing to Pay Portion of New Outdoor Stadium

I’m not sure a sports franchise has suffered more in one year than the Minnesota Vikings did in 2010.

If the drama that follows Brett Favre wasn’t grabbing headlines, it was the arrival and departure of Randy Moss, or the demise and departure of Brad Childress, or the collapse of the Metrodome.

Seeing as they have no home stadium at the moment, a team official said ownership would be willing to pay for about a 1/3 of the cost of a roofless stadium. Vikings owner Ziggy Wilf hasn’t been shy about his willingness to talk relocation for the team. Quite frankly, I wouldn’t be surprised to hear Wilf use the lack of a stadium as leverage to get what he wants.

My take: Football is meant to be played outdoors, no matter the city.



Can’t miss tweet of the day:

Delivered by @ZachZaidman at 11:54AM PST, sideline reporter for the Chicago Bears radio network.








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