AD named MVP finalist

The NBA revealed the finalists for some of its major awards on Wednesday (May 16) and New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis was nominated to win MVP and Defensive Player of the Year. The other two finalists for MVP were Houston’s James Harden and Cleveland’s... Read More.

Mudbugs take home the title

The Shreveport Mudbugs rallied to defeat the Minot Minotauros, 2-1, to win the North American Hockey League Robertson Cup Monday at Fogerty Arena South. Cole Quisenberry deflected home a Dominick Procopio shot in the third period for the game-winner. The... Read More.

Saints make roster moves

The New Orleans Saints waived four players on Monday to make room for tryout guys who earned roster spots after rookie minicamp. Linebacker Adam Bighill, offensive lineman Daronte Bouldin and defensive backs Rickey Jefferson and Bradley Sylve all received unfortunate news... Read More.

Mudbugs play for title

The Mudbugs’ 73rd — and final — game of the season will be the Robertson Cup Final – a matchup dubbed the “Battle of the B-52s.” Shreveport will face the Cinderella story of the NAHL postseason, the Minot Minotauros... Read More.

Diamond Dogs shock #9 USM

 The Louisiana Tech baseball team saw four RBI from Parker Bates, and a pair of solid pitching performances from starter Logan Bailey and reliever David Leal, en route to an 8-3 Sunday win over No. 9 Southern Miss at Pete Taylor Park. LA... Read More.

LA Tech sweeps GSU, heads to #7 USM

The Louisiana Tech baseball team capitalized on six Grambling errors, while churning out 10 hits en route to a 12-1 triumph over the Tigers on Wednesday evening from R.W.E. Jones Park. The Bulldogs (33-17) led 5-1 heading into the... Read More.

Golden State ends magical pels season

It was all over. There was nothing left for which to play. After trailing by three points at halftime, the New Orleans Pelicans allowed the Golden State Warriors to open the second half with a remarkable 29-6 run that ballooned their lead... Read More.

Ingram hit with suspension

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram will miss the first four games of the 2018 season. The NFL suspended Ingram four games for violating the league policy on performance-enhancing substances. Ingram will be eligible to return to the Saints’... Read More.