Mark Cuban is not a fan of Donald Trump and he has seen time and time again, how Trump always ducks tough questions or how sometimes people who interview him just plain take it easy on him. Cuban is tired of the rhetoric that Trump has been spewing and wants the chance to interview him for real. Since Trump understands money, Cuban made him an offer that he shouldn’t refuse but we all know he will.
Darrelle Revis has been the butt of jokes on social media the past couple weeks. After being the best cornerback in the NFL for years, it’s looking like father time is somewhat catching up to him and he’s no longer that same elite player. There’s nothing wrong with that because you can only play at a certain level for so long before you start to fall off and Revis is still a very good corner, just not what we’re used to seeing with him. After the Bengals A.J. Green torched him last week, Revis gave up another big play to little known Bills receiver, Marques Goodwin last night, resulting in an 84 yard touchdown. Social media was not kind after the play.
A police union in Florida is voicing their displeasure with members of the Miami Dolphins very loudly after four members of the team took a knee during the national anthem before their game against the Seattle Seahawks. As a result, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office Deputies Association has called for the suspension of escorts and other protective services for the Dolphins.
Earlier today, Iman Shumpert released a new song called “His Story” exclusively through Karen Civil’s website, KarenCivil.Com. He’s been the subject of a lot of rumors and reports lately and what better way to address all of that than with his own words. He covers a wide range of topics from his recent dui arrest to mentioning how he is going to take a knee like Kaepernick when the NBA season starts. It’s a dope song and definitely worth the listen. Check it out!
Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall received some support as well as quite a bit of heat when he decided to take a knee during the national anthem for the Broncos first game against the Panthers. He explained his stance and made it clear he is not anti-police or anti-military and that he has multiple family members affiliated with the armed forces. This week he took things a step further after meeting with the Denver police chief.
Antonio Brown is lighter in the wallet thanks to some fines courtesy of the NFL but he doesn’t seem to care too much. Brown was fined a very minimal amount for wearing cleats that didn’t match his uniform as well as for “thrusting” his pelvic area after scoring a touchdown in the third quarter of the Steelers game against the Redskins.
After game four of the NBA finals, things looked very bleak for the Cavs and their hopes of winning an NBA championship. The Warriors were up 3-1 and were making it look easy. In game five things changed and the Cavs wound up winning three games in a row, sealed by an all-time block by Lebron and then a deadly three-pointer from Kyrie. They were the first team in NBA history to come back from a 3-1 deficit in the finals but when things looked bad, Usher actually thought he had somehow jinxed the team.
DeMar DeRozan isn’t great by any means and never will be but he is a pretty good player who impressed people enough to land a spot on this summer’s Gold Medal winning basketball team in Rio. Not too mention the fat $139 million dollar contract he got from the Raptors in the off season as well. He clearly has been doing well for himself on the court but Sports Illustrated apparently doesn’t think too highly of him. In their annual ranking of the top 100 players in the NBA, DeRozan came in at number 46, which was something he was not happy about.
Nick Young has already stated he wants to move on from the nonsense that was the drama between himself and D’Angelo Russell, saying he can’t be mad forever but he wants other people to move on from it too and leave him alone. He didn’t seem aware of any taunting that Russell has been receiving recently but when he was told about it he said he’s good with him.