ESPN Video: Should Jamaal Charles be considered a front-runner for NFL MVP? Cary Chow and Eric Allen break it down.
Take an all-access pass to the home of WNBA MVP Candace Parker and her husband, pro basketball player Shelden Williams, and get a glimpse of how life for these two athletes and their 4-year-old - daughter Lailaa - can turn into one big competition.
Baseball fans in San Francisco are expressing surprise and disappointment after All-Star game MVP Melky Cabrera was suspended for 50 games without pay Wednesday. The Giants outfielder tested positive for testosterone. (Aug. 15)
Saving Face -- Matt Kern went from being an 'A' student to flunking out. While repeating the eighth grade, he was the MVP sports hero during the week and partier and car thief on the weekend. One night in March, 1988, his double life caught up with him. He and two friends decided to steal a car but in a moment's haste, one of the friends shot and killed the driver. All three received varying sentences; Matt got 60 years.
At Florida's DeSoto Correctional Institute, Matt was the youngest inmate among 1,100 men. The dominant inmates in prison victimized most young males, but Matt refused to become a victim. He earned the respect of the other inmates through violence and threats. They nicknamed him 'Face.' Unbeknownst to his parents, Matt not only survived but thrived in prison. He made and sold wine and loansharked, among other things. With his profits he bank-rolled a gambling operation. At one point he was sending money home to his brother. His prison schemes continued until his sixth year of incarceration when striking another inmate with a pipe landed him in 13 months of Solitary Confinement. For the first time in his life, he experienced guilt. It was the beginning of a spiritual awakening and the providential way in which Matt received clemency.
This compelling story reveals the details of how choices can ruin a life, what life is really like in prison, and how God still works in miraculous ways.
more MVP Clips & Interviews videos
Only one operative has been awarded 16 purple hearts, and only one guy is man enough to still sport a mullet. In the 10 years since his fiancée was killed, special op MacGruber has sworn off a life of fighting crime with his bare hands. But when he learns his country needs him to find a nuclear warhead that’s been stolen by his sworn enemy, Dieter VonCunth (Val Kilmer), MacGruber teams up with his trusty sidekick (SNL’s breakout star Kristen Wiig) and an uptight lieutenant (Ryan Phillippe) to get the job done. The trio sets out on a rampage of utter destruction in this action comedy that’s so over-the-top, it “makes The Hangover look like Beaches” (Joblo.com)!
MacGruber (Will Forte) and his sidekick (Kristen Wiig) set out on a mission to recover a stolen nuclear warhead from his sworn enemy VonCunth (Val Kilmer), in this outrageous action comedy!
more MVP Movies videos
more MVP credits (4 total credits)
more MVP products