SHOTS FIRED! During a recent interview, 50 Cent decided to voice his opinion on Jay-Z being a boxing promoter, just days after the first boxing card was revealed by Roc Nation Sports. Apparently, 50 doesn’t feel too fond of the rapper turned businessman…further details on this story and 50 Cent’s comments following the jump!
Tom Brady rushed for 20 yards yesterday in the Patriot’s win over the Dolphins. He must’ve believed the run was great because he posted a hilarious video on social media comparing himself to a cheetah. Hit the jump for details.
The NBA fined Los Angeles Clippers forward Matt Barnes $25,000 for kicking a water bottle into the stands and directing profane language at fans during their loss to the Washington Wizards. Barnes says the league took away his kids Christmas money for kicking a paper water cup.
Kobe Bryant passed Michael Jordan for third on the NBA’s all-time scoring list. The milestone of course helped beef up the ever-going comparisons between the two legendary players. We’ve all noticed a shift however. Though most people still note that Michael Jordan is the greatest player of all time, players these days note that they grew up idolizing and learning from Kobe Bryant. It makes sense since the younger generation didn’t really grow up watching Jordan in his prime. Paul George notes that Bryant has had a similar impact on the league as Michael Jordan in his era.
Kobe Bryant is not only one of the greatest players ever in basketball, he’s also one of the most critical. So for him to say he sees himself in Minnesota Timberwolves rookie, Andrew Wiggins, it really means a lot.
If you’ve ever been to the Barclays Center to watch a Brooklyn Nets game then you’ve seen Nets’ “superfan” Jeffrey Gamblero. He became widely known however after he was kicked out of Madison Square Garden during the Nets game against the New York Knicks. According to Gamblero and his family, the event severely changed and affected him. Now he’s gone…
Starting today players who signed a contract in July are now eligible to be traded. Lance Stephenson is one of those players and the Charlotte Hornets have already been busy working the phones, trying to find options. It’s just been 23 games into the season but the Hornets are ready to part with the talented but enigmatic guard and trade Lance Stephenson.
Adrian Peterson’s appeal on his NFL suspension was denied but he believes he has the proof needed to get it overturned. Peterson produced audio of NFL executive Troy Vincent seemingly promising the Vikings star quarterback that he would only sit for two games.