There are thousands of fans standing outside the Air Canada Centre in Toronto right now, watching the Raptors play the Pacers on large screens as they hope the Raptors can close out the series on the road. At the time of this posting that’s not looking too good right now as the Pacers are in control in the 4th quarter but those Raptors fans still have something to cheer about as team ambassador Drake, randomly showed up and give them an impromptu performance.
Go ahead and keep hating on Cam Newton after watching this video, I dare you! While some people love to speak of Cam in a negative light for whatever reason, they need to know the side of Cam that truly cares and how big his heart is. He went out of his way to make a dream come true for 10 year old Noah after he was contacted by the Make-A-Wish foundation.
Broncos defensive back, Chris Harris Jr, tweeted earlier today that someone hacked into his Instagram account and attempted to share a not so flattering pic of him smoking what appears to be marijuana
Kent Bazemore must not be that smart of a guy. Did he learn anything from the Pistons and the way they tried to talk trash to Lebron? As Bazemore and the Hawks get ready to face the Cavs in the playoffs for the second year in a row, the young player made a mistake that he will likely regret once the series gets going by trying to clown Lebron when he is in late game situations.
According to the website Deadspin, some low life was trying to sell the video of Laremy Tunsil smoking for the past couple weeks. It’s clear it was posted by someone with hate in their heart who wanted some money out of it but when no money came, they just posted it online to ruin Tunsil.
Some people are going to try and slander Melo for this but you have to realize what he is saying. During an appearance on the Dan Patrick Show earlier this week, Melo talked about how a player should always be confident in himself after Patrick mentioned that Curry said he was better than Lebron a while ago. That led to a follow up question from Patrick, where Melo showed his own confidence.
Last night towards the end of round one at close to midnight, Texas A&M lineman, Germain Ifedi, got the phone call he always dreamed of. He was now an official member of the NFL after the Seahawks called him to let him know they would be taking him with the #31 pick, the final pick of the first round. While some other players try to be cool and smooth for the cameras when they get drafted, Ifedi was more than happy to show his enthusiasm.