The Most Shared Sports Stories for Wednesday, February 10By Megan T. Brown on February 10, 2016
From the ultimate “What-if?” scenario to debated Hall of Famers to victory celebrations of monumental proportion, Wednesday’s sports news brought the drama. Here are the top-shared articles on happenings in the world of sports.
Did Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue narrowly avoid an altercation with the Black Mamba?
Kevork Djansezian/Associated Press via Bleacher Report
Lynn Swann doesn't think Johnson's achievements warrant entry into the Hall of Fame. Why? Because his team has never been to the Super Bowl.
USATSI via CBS Sports
As of right now, no one has been named to drive Stewart's Chevrolet during Daytona Speedweeks.
Rainier Ehrhardt via Fox Sports
An estimated million people showed up to cheer on the Broncos' victory at the celebratory parade in Denver.
@EnricoCMeyer on Twitter via CBS Sports
Multiple sources are reporting the Lakers once contacted the Cavs about James' availability in a possible trade...with Bryant.
Noah Graham/Getty Images via ESPN
Cristiano Ronaldo can add Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane to his list of biggest fans.
Gerard Julien/AFP/Getty Images via Fox Sports
Knicks team president Phil Jackson got philosophical on Twitter after talking with the press about Derek Fisher's firing.
@PhilJackson11 on Twitter via Slam Online
David Lammy talked about Ferguson's praise for Pochettino on The Spurs Show Podcast.
Getty via Manchester Evening News
The charges were brought on the school's football, women’s basketball and track and field programs. NCAA has now responded with a Notice of Allegations.
Chris Graythen/Getty Images via SEC Country
Manager Luis Enrique will give some youngsters their moment in the spotlight in the second leg of Barcelona's Copa del Rey semi-final.
Lluis Gene/Getty Images via Bleacher Report