In an upcoming promo for the basketball video game NBA 2K14 that was released on Tuesday, former NBA megastar Michael Jordan said during the “uncensored” taped interview that, in his prime, he would have been able to beat B-ball phenom LeBron James in a one-on-one game. The iconic player, however, also admitted that there was one match-up he was not too sure about: playing against L.A.
Derrick Rose let the world know where his heart is at,...along with a few celebrity friends
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Go Drizzy! He's making his steps to be the next HOV. Drake took it home also and is now an executive for the Toronto Raptors now. We can definitely look to see him sitting court side at a Raptors game. Not as exciting as HOV at the Barclay's but he is surely showing us he's trying to be the best of it all.
According to Pulse of Radio,
Michael Jordan is facing a paternity suit, again. A woman from Georgia claims Michael is the father of her baby born in August 2010, but Michael says she's just looking for fame and money. Michael's already filed legal documents that claim the baby's paternity has already been established, and he's not the daddy.
Honestly, she doesn't even look like the type of woman that he would even mess with.
Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown is a legendary figure in the Cleveland Browns organization.
As such, Brown's opinions about the Browns carry legitimate weight.
The Trent Richardson trade is the latest event for Brown to express his notably blunt opinions about and he took the chance to take a shot at a familiar target in the process. Brown had been…
Serena Williams on Thursday turns 32, which happens to be the same number of Grand Slam titles she’s won when combining singles and doubles. Isn’t symmetry grand?
Because our invitation to her birthday bash was clearly lost in the mail (no hard feelings), consider this our virtual surprise celebration for the 17-time major singles champion. Our tribute features 32 of our favorite clips, photos, quotes and more from the 18-year tour veteran, who still rules the women’s game with an iron fist.
The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that former NFL defensive back Paul Oliver committed suicide, citing "three independent sources close to Oliver" in its report that he took his own life.
It's too soon to know why Oliver committed suicide. And it really doesn't matter at the moment; it's just a sad, tragic day for Oliver's family, friends and a Chargers team that has dealt with a lot of horrible news in recent years.