(Video) NCAA: Georgia Running Back Nick Chubb Suffers Horrific Leg Injury


I am going to tell you guys now. If you haven’t seen this yet then be prepared for your stomach to turn. Legs are not made to bend that way and as you might expect, his season is over. Nick Chubb went down during Georgia’s game earlier against Tennessee and at this point he should be in your prayers.

(Video) WWE: Sting Seriously Injures Neck, Recovery Uncertain


I guess some things in the world of wrestling truly are real. Some of us may remember when the very real death of Owen Hart aired live so that tells you sometimes scripts don’t go as planned. Yesterday during the championship match, Sting suffered a serious neck injury after being powerbombed.

NFL Report: Tony Romo Expected to Miss 8 Weeks With Fractured Clavicle

NFL: Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles

The Dallas Cowboys have started the season 2-0 but they suffered another major loss.  After losing their star wide receiver Dez Bryant, they’ve now lost their starting quarterback Tony Romo.  Though he won’t have surgery on his fractured left clavicle, he will still be out a significant amount of time.

(Video) NBA: Kevin Durant: “I’m Still the Best Player in the World”


Kevin Durant is extremely motivated to get back on the court.  Coming off an MVP season in 2013-14, he played in just 27 games last season while battling foot injuries.  While he was healthy he knows that he’s one of the best players in the world, in fact he was beginning to draw comparisons to LeBron James.  He’s not only hungry to get back on the court; he’s also hungry to prove that he is the best player in the world.

(Photos) NFL: This Is So Wrong! RGIII Can’t Even Stay Healthy In Madden 16′


Everyone has been piling on Robert Griffin over his tendency to be injured and it appears EA Sports, the makers of “Madden” have added themselves to the pile. We all know RG3 has been having his fair share of issues with Redskins coaches, teammates and fans but when video game makers are getting in on the action you know it’s bad.

NBA: Report, Cavs Expected To Keep Kyrie Irving Out Until January, Possibly Later


When Kyrie Irving went down in game one of the NBA Finals with an injury to his knee, he was expected to be fully healthy and ready to go in a few months. That prognosis would have meant he would be fine for the start of next season but now the Cavs are reportedly saying they don’t want to do that and would rather show more caution with him and his knee.

(Video) NBA: Kevin Durant Is Getting Back To His Old Self!


The last time we saw Kevin Durant play was on February 19th against the Dallas Mavericks. So much has happened in the league since this past Winter that it is easy to see why many people have fallen asleep on the beast that is KD. He’s had to deal with disrespect from media analysts and fans of the league alike but it looks like KD is making a full recovery and will coming back swinging in his season opener!

NBA Report: Joel Embiid Re-Broke Same Bone in Right Foot


The Philadelphia 76ers have suffered another major blow in their rebuild efforts.  A couple of weeks before the NBA Draft in late June, the Sixers announced center Joel Embiid had suffered a setback.  The team made it clear, Embiid’s “right foot revealed less healing than anticipated.”  Well it turns out things are way worse then they let on.

(Video) NBA: Celtics Marcus Smart Suffers Gruesome Injury To Hand During Summer League


Marcus Smart suffered an ugly injury to his right hand last night during an NBA summer league game. Now it’s not as gruesome as what happened to Jason Pierre Paul but it was very painful because Marcus was screaming at the top of his lungs in the arena.

NBA: LOL Matt Bonner Blames iPhone 6 For His Bad Shooting Last Season

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Matt Bonner, a career 41.1 percent 3-point shooter, shot just 36.5 percent from beyond the arc last season – his lowest mark in seven years and the second lowest of his career.  Why?  Well he has a pretty interesting answer, the iPhone 6.

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