From Suh to Hamilton, Don gives his take on what's currently happening in the world of sports.
Rip Hamilton is officially no longer a Piston and it’s really not a surprise.
Don reflects on 7 thoughts in Sports from the Lions being the "sexy pick," the Tigers chances, and his pick for Dancing with the Stars.
With 20 wins already under his belt, Justin Verlander is the hottest name in town. He talked openly about Cy Young, MVP, and World Series chatter with Don Shane.
Don Shane reflects with 7 thoughts on everything from the Lions free agency to the Pistons new coach and Tigers return to the course.
Don Shane reflects with 7 thoughts on everyone from Inge and Ozzie to Magic and Suh.
Let’s face it, Dennis only really got weird when he left the Pistons and was no longer under the influence and guidance of Chuck Daly, a father figure to him. That’s when he went all tattoo and piercing crazy on us. That’s when he showed up at appearances dressed as a woman.
If you watched the Fab Five documentary on ESPN last night it was definitely controversial and the brutal honesty of it may have caught you by surprise, but it’s also what made it so good.
Former Michigan guard Jalen Rose hosted a private screening for "Fab Five," the documentary he produced that will debut Sunday night on ESPN. INSIDE: Don Shane talks with Jalen.
The little guys will try to do it again tonight so they can go and try to knock off some of the big guys.
After more than 38 years interviewing sports celebrities and covering every major sporting event from the Super Bowl to the NBA finals, 7 Action News Sports Director Don Shane retired from WXYZ in March of 2012.
Top Sports Headlines
The Red Wings announced today that long-time captain Steve Yzerman will play in the Alumni Showdown as part of the NHL Winter Classic festivities.
A person familiar with the negotiations says outfielder Rajai Davis and the Detroit Tigers are closing in on an agreement for a two-year contract worth $9 million to $10 million.
Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz joined WXYZ Sports Reporter Brad Galli to talk about what went wrong in Philadelphia, why he still believes in the team's run defense, and why Monday night will be special.
The No. 4 Spartans will face the fifth-ranked Cardinal on Jan. 1, pitting two venerable programs in the traditional Midwest-West Coast intersectional matchup.