Nick Saban is apparently a huge fan of the HBO smash series “Game of Thones,” which in and of itself comes as something of a surprise.
There has been numerous crossovers involving “GoT” and professional sports for promotional purposes, and the Minnesota Timberwolves have become the latest team to attempt to cash in on the pop culture
The Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday night hosted “Game of Thrones Night” at Miller Park during their game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Aaron Rodgers just might be one of the biggest “Game of Thones” fanboys in professional sports.
The Boston Red Sox will “Defend the Wall” on Tuesday during “Game of Thrones Night” when the team hosts the Toronto Blue Jays at Fenway Park.
UFC president Dana White all but confirmed rumors that Conor McGregor will at some point make an appearance on the HBO smash series “Game of Thrones.
New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo appears willing to pull out all the stops to properly motivate his players ahead of the 2016 NFL season.
If there’s one surefire way to garner attention these days in the sports world, it’s by making any kind of reference to “Game of Thrones.
Andrew Luck makes no bones about it: He’s a self-admitted nerd. Which is why it’s so bizarre that the Indianapolis Colts geeky quarterback refuses to watch “Game of Thrones.
On Monday, like many fans of the phenomenal HBO series “Game of Thrones,” Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was left blown away and speechless as a result of the mind-blowing
Wrap it up, kiddos, as there is no reason for any further submissions about which MLB player has the best walk-up music now that we have learned that Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth has
Winter is coming … isn’t it, Carmelo Anthony? Forget March Madness, if there’s one thing I have been eagerly anticipating more than just about anything, it’s the return of the