NBA: Mario Chalmers: ‘I Never Thought Anyone Would Want to Leave Miami for Cleveland’

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While Mike Miller and James Jones decided to follow LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Chris Bosh and Mario Chalmers remained in Miami with Dwyane Wade.  Chalmers in fact was shocked James would leave beautiful Miami for Cleveland.

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(Video) WNBA: Major Off the Backboard Dunk Fail At the All-Star Game

Shoni Schimmel ,  Angel McCoughtry

All-Star games usually don’t have a lot of defense so the players have a chance to show off their skills and tricks.  But if you’re gonna show out, you better pull it off.

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Golf: Rory McIlroy Wins British Open & His Father Wins Big on 10-Year Old Bet He Placed on His Son


Rory McIlroy shot 71 Sunday to win by two strokes over Rickie Fowler and Sergio Garcia.  It was McIlroy’s third career major. He has also won a PGA and a U.S. Open.  Rory became the third man in Masters era to win 3 majors before turning 26, joining Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods.  He wasn’t the only winner however, his father Gerry McIlroy was so confident in his son ten years ago, he’s now cashing in on a bet he placed on the young phenom.

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NBA: Knicks Considering Bringing Back Metta World Peace

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Metta World Peace didn’t even make it through his first full season with the Knicks, but with a new regime running things now, apparently the team is willing to consider giving him another shot.

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Boxing: T.I & Tiny Respond to Floyd Mayweather’s Press Conference

TI and Tiny at the 2014 BET Awards

Yesterday a video was released of Floyd Mayweather’s press conference promoting his September 13th fight against Marcos Maidana.  When someone asked about T.I it sounded like Mayweather said “What about the b*tch?”  ”I was f**king his b*tch.”  Mayweather later explained what he really said but it was too late.

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NBA: Michael Jordan Tells Lance Stephenson to Learn When to “Calm Down”


Lance Stephenson turned down a five-year, $44 million contract with the Indiana Pacers and instead decided to leave and sign with the Charlotte Hornets on a three-year, $27.4 million contract.  Before he agreed to the deal he had a meeting the night before with the Hornets coach Steve Clifford and the infamous owner Michael Jordan.  During that time Jordan told Stephenson that he expects him to “calm down” his on-court antics next season. The Hornets see Stephenson’s infamous ear-blowing incident with LeBron James as a by-product of his competitive demeanor, but expect him to mature his behavior.

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NBA: Minnesota Timberwolves Reportedly Prefer Klay Thompson Over Andrew Wiggins in Kevin Love Trade


The Minnesota Timberwolves talks with the Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly heating up as the Cavs are now reportedly willing to part with No. 1 draft pick Andrew Wiggins.  Still that might not be enough as other reports claim the Timberwolves want more than Wiggins, Anthony Bennett and a future draft pick.  There’s also reports that they prefer Klay Thompson from the Golden State Warriors over Wiggins.  Talks between the Timberwolves and Warriors stalled because of the Warriors unwillingness to part with Thompson but will that change?

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Sports: Floyd Mayweather Apologizes to Ronda Rousey

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One of the biggest sports debates making the rounds around sports bars is who would win in a fight, undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather or dominant UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey. Everyone was interested to hear Floyd Mayweather’s answer and he wasn’t too king.

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NBA: Kobe Bryant Admits He’s ‘Scared’ About Life After Basketball When He Retires


Majority of Kobe Bryant’s life has been encompassed in basketball.  He entered the NBA right out of high school and has been in the league for 18 years.  He just added another two years by re-signing with the Los Angeles Lakers but what’s going to happen when that time is up?

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NBA: Kobe Bryant Describes His Feelings on the Lakers Offseason Efforts


The Lakers went after both LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony but in the end they got Jeremy Lin, Carlos Boozer and Ed Davis, re-signed Nick Young and Xavier Henry and lost Pau Gasol.  Some people would consider that a disappointing offseason but Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant feels differently.

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