(Photo) NBA: Home Of Brothel Owner Where Lamar Odom Overdosed Burns To The Ground Exactly One Year Later


Dennis Hof, the owner of the famous brothel in Nevada where Lamar Odom almost died, is starting to believe the Kardashians put a curse on him as his $2 million dollar home burned to the ground exactly one year to the day of Odom’s almost overdose.

NFL: The Oakland Raiders Could Soon Be Moving After Las Vegas Approved $750 Million For New Stadium


The idea of the Las Vegas Raiders became very real yesterday after the city approved funding which would contribute $750 million dollars of public money to put towards the construction of the stadium and everything that comes with it. Oakland is on the clock to get a deal done to keep the team in place but the way the city has dragged their feet for years on helping the Raiders build a new stadium, doesn’t make it likely that owner Mark Davis will want to stay there regardless.

(Video) Boxing: Floyd Mayweather Already Has Adrien Broner Back In The Ring And Having Fun


Who would’ve ever thought that Floyd Mayweather was a psychologist? After Adrien Broner threatened to commit suicide earlier this week, Floyd swooped in and had him out in Vegas enjoying himself at the Lakers preseason game and cruising the strip in Floyd’s Bugatti. Floyd didn’t stopped there however. Last night he had Broner in the ring putting in real work and doing the things he needs to do to get his mind right.

(Video) NBA: JR Smith Announces $57 Million Dollar Deal With Cavs And Also Has A Baby On The Way


Today is definitely a great day in the Smith household. Not only did he and the Cavs finally agree to terms, signing a four year/$57 million dollar contract to return to Cleveland, he and his wife also announced they have another baby on the way. JR has become quite the fan favorite around the country and you can tell people are sincerely happy for him today.

(Video) NBA: Raptors Patrick Patterson Explains How Chipotle Workers In Cleveland Thought He Was Lebron


These Chipotle employees should be ashamed. You don’t even have to be a sports fan to know what Lebron James looks like, especially if you live or work in Cleveland. Yet somehow, according to Patrick Patterson of the Toronto Raptors, these workers had it all messed up and thought he was actually Lebron.

(Video) NFL: CBS’ Jim Nantz Caught By Hot Mic Criticizing Players Who Kneel For Anthem


Jim Nantz is a well respected figure in sports media and has been calling huge sporting events for years. He is the voice of the NFL on CBS and it’s that voice that has him in some hot water today. While recently calling a Thursday night game between the Bengals and Dolphins, Nantz was caught criticizing players on the Dolphins who were kneeling during the national anthem. Nantz thought his mic was off but the problem for him is it wasn’t.

(Photos) NFL: Antonio Brown Is Paying Tribute To Jose Fernandez And Kimbo Slice With These Custom Cleats


Antonio Brown has been showing off with custom cleats all season. He already has worn cleats that paid homage to Muhammad Ali, golf legend Arnold Palmer, and others that weren’t dedicated to anyone specific but were just dope in general. He’s back at it again this week, thanks to his guy Corey Pane, who is responsible for the custom work.

(Video) Sports: Kevin Hart Made An Absolutely Hilarious Appearance On First Take


Today is Stephen A Smith’s birthday and the crew helped him celebrate in hysterical fashion by making sure to have Kevin Hart on as a guest today. Every minute of his time on air was hilarious and that is no exaggeration. He started it off by gifting Stephen A with a Tim Tebow Mets jersey, which if you know anything about the show, Stephen A respects Tebow and calls him his “friend” but really can’t stand to talk about him. Even though it was Smith’s birthday, Kevin proceeded to give co hosts Molly Qerim and Max Kellerman some very nice headphones while Stephen A just sat there in shock. Things only got funnier from there.

NBA: Dwyane Wade Believes “Superteams” Are Healthy For The League


Dwyane Wade was part of the original superteam that was constructed via free agency so he really has no choice but to support the idea of teams like that being good for the league. When he, Lebron and Chris Bosh got together, they were loved in Miami but essentially hated everywhere else. Regardless of the hate or love people had though, they all had one thing in common. They would be tuned in to watch and that was good for the NBA. Wade echoed that sentiment yesterday when asked about Durant and the Warriors and it if hurts the league.

(Video) NBA: Russell Westbrook And Marc Gasol Got Into An Altercation During Their Preseason Game


Russell Westbrook and Marc Gasol have had run-ins in the past but those games actually mattered so it’s easy to understand the competitive juices of each player getting the best of them. Last night was a meaningless preseason game and the two players still had to be separated before a real fight may have broke out.

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