NFL: Odell Beckham Jr To Donate $500K To Repair Playing Fields In Louisiana After Floods


Last month the state of Louisiana and more specifically the baton rouge area, were hit hard by massive flooding which cost multiple people their lives and destroyed homes and neighborhoods. Odell Beckham is a native of the state and played his college football at Louisiana State University and because of that he felt the destruction more than many other people, even without physically being there. He decided to do something about it and announced via twitter that he will be donating $500,000 to repair playing fields that were ruined so kids will have somewhere to play and practice.

NCAA: DJ Khaled Will Help University Of Michigan Basketball Teams Unveil New Jordan Brand Uniforms


The University of Michigan is already one of the more iconic schools in the country. From an academic standpoint they are routinely mentioned among the best and from an athletic standpoint there is perhaps nothing more recognized than their football helmets and the big block letter M. The football team already has the all the attention around the country as they are in the midst of a return to greatness with coach Jim Harbaugh. They also are the envy of most college players as they are the only football program in the country sponsored specifically by Jordan Brand. It turns out the basketball teams at the school are going to get the same love and they will have DJ Khaled on hand to unveil them.

NFL: Oakland High School Football Team Lays Down During National Anthem With Colin Kaepernick In Attendance


A high school football team in Oakland, California chose to protest the national anthem in a different way than we have seen before. The team, along with their coaches, laid on their back with their hands up in the air, all while Colin Kaepernick looked on from the sidelines.

NBA: Doc Rivers Wanted Kevin Garnett To Come To The Clippers Instead Of Retiring


Doc Rivers once said that Kevin Garnett was his favorite player to coach and apparently he wanted one more chance to coach him again. Rivers wanted KG to sign with the Clippers for next reason rather than retire but he made the smarter decision at this stage of his career to call it quits.

NBA: Paul George Says He’s “Ready” To Take Down Lebron & The Cavs


Paul George feels like it’s his time to dethrone King James and the Cleveland Cavaliers and he is not shy about saying so. After numerous playoff battles with James, whether he was in Miami or Cleveland, the Pacers leader is a superstar in his own right, especially after the way he battled back from his gruesome leg injury. In an interview with The Vertical, “PG-13” describes the confidence he has now and he’s ready to take Lebron out!

NBA: Russell Westbrook Is Ready To Make A Stand On Social Issues


The Oklahoma City Thunder held their media day yesterday and as you might expect, Russell Westbrook was faced with questions about Kevin Durant more than anyone. While he didn’t seem to enthused answering questions about that topic, one thing you could see he was happy to talk about was the social issues plaguing our country. With the shooting deaths by police this week of Terence Crutcher in Tulsa, Ok and Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, NC, communities nationwide are on edge and that is something Russ wants to deal with head on.

(Video) NBA: Players React To Kevin Garnett’s Retirement And League Releases Video Of His Top 50 Plays


With the news of Kevin Garnett’s retirement last night, you knew there would be tons of former and current players who wanted to show their love and admiration for him. Everyone from Lebron, Scottie Pippen to former teammates like Paul Pierce, Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns all wanted to let the big ticket know what he meant to them. The NBA took it upon themselves to release a KG mixtape, showing off the 50 top plays of his hall of fame career. Check the gallery for some of the messages to Garnett. Watching these top plays will have you realizing just how legendary he was.

NBA: Report, Kevin Garnett To Retire After Reaching Buyout Agreement With The Wolves


What was already somewhat expected before the NBA season started became reality today as reports state Kevin Garnett and the Minnesota Timberwolves have reached a buyout for the final year of his contract which signals his retirement announcement will be coming at any moment. The contract settlement was first reported by The Star Tribune.

(Video) NBA: Russell Westbrook Responds To Durant’s Comment That They’re Still Cool


The NBA season still feels like it just ended but the 2016-17 season will be tipping off only about a month from now. Teams such as the Thunder already held their media day and for the first time in many years, the franchise faces uncertain questions heading into the season.

(Audio) NFL: Hall Of Fame Coach Mike Ditka Says He Has No Respect For Colin Kaepernick


In today’s not so surprising news, Hall of Fame NFL coach and old white guy, Mike Ditka, claims he has no respect for Colin Kaepernick and people like him can leave the country if they don’t respect our flag. Ditka made the comments during a radio appearance on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas this morning. Ditka takes it up another notch, saying he doesn’t even see any of the so called atrocities that people like Kap are claiming is going on in our country. None of his comments are surprising seeing as Ditka in the past has shown himself to be a close minded fool but to claim he doesn’t see anything wrong going on is just baffling. Check out the audio below.

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