image via: youtube Glen “Big Baby” Davis played for Doc Rivers with both the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Clippers and he is definitely not a fan of the coach. Davis spoke with Chris Broussard on the “In The Zone” podcast where referred to Rivers as “Lucky as hell”, in regards to landing the big 3 of Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen to carry him to a championship.
image via: youtube By now you already know that Darrelle Revis has been charged with four felonies for allegedly assaulting two men in Pittsburgh on Thursday. TMZ has now obtained the audio from the police dispatch after someone called 911.
image via: youtube During All-Star weekend in New Orleans, Jordan Brand took the opportunity to hold a tournament in the city with four of the top high school programs in the country. The event took place at St. Augustine High School and the kids were putting on a show but when Russell Westbrook surprised everyone by showing up, everything changed.
image via: youtube The Golden State Warriors apparently don’t learn their lesson. Last April, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green were roasted on twitter with no mercy over the photoshoot the team did with them . The jokes were hilarious but not as bad as they became after the Warriors eventually blew a 3-1 lead in the finals.
image via: youtube Knicks owner James Dolan has a friend in former Clippers owner, Donald Sterling. He came to Dolan’s defense after Charles Oakley insinuated that he was a racist and compared him to Sterling.
image via: youtube Everyone from front office execs, former players, current players and fans alike have all had an opinion about Terrell Owens not being voted into the NFL hall Of fame. His numbers are clearly deserving but some old, crabby voters decided to leave him off the ballot because of his personality during his playing days. Last time I checked the hall of fame is based on what a player did on the field, not if you liked him personally but this is how things are.
image via: espn Earlier this week on his “Dray Day” podcast for the “Uninterrupted”, Draymond Green lashed out at Knicks owner James Dolan for his treatment of Charles Oakley. He ripped Dolan for benefiting from Oakley’s effort on the court for the franchise but then turning his back on him simply because he criticized Dolan and decisions they have made over recent years.
image via: youtube Earlier this week, after some pressure from NBA commissioner Adam Silver, as well as help from Michael Jordan, Knicks owner James Dolan ended his ban on Charles Oakley coming to MSG and extended an olive branch of peace to Oakley by inviting him to be his guest. It seemed like it might be the end of the drama that has been going on between the two of them but don’t count on Oakley letting things go just because Dolan is ready to move forward.
image via: youtube Kevin Durant has been the talk of the NBA this entire season after he made the decision to join the Warriors over the summer. With his return to Oklahoma City on Saturday night, there has been even more attention and media requests to speak with Durant as he sets to face off against Russell Westbrook and the Thunder. He sat down with “The Bill Simmons Podcast” to talk all things basketball as well as off the court stuff.
image via: youtube Back in September, the baseball world lost one of it’s brightest young stars when Jose Fernandez died during a boating accident in the waters outside Miami. Due to his celebrity status as an athlete, most of the coverage after the accident was focused on him and his family but there were two other people on the boat with him that day who also lost their lives. The families of both men have now filed lawsuits against the estate of Fernandez to the tune of $2 million dollars each.