WNBA: Surprise! MVP Delle Donne Came Out As Gay!

So seriously, are you surprised that a WNBA player is gay? Ok, well, check out the details on her engagement…

(Video) NBA: Carmelo Anthony Looks Like He Hates His Olympic Teammates As They Sing “A Thousand Miles”

Team USA is in their bonding stage and despite being enemies during the regular season, the crew seems to be having a great time together. Everyone that is except for the teams elder statesman in Carmelo Anthony. I’m kidding about that but he certainly looked like he hated his younger teammates guts as they broke out singing “A Thousand Miles” by Vanessa Carlton on the team plane.

NBA: Usually Stoic Gregg Popovich Emotional Over Tim Duncan Retiring But He’s Not Retiring Too

Gregg Popovich, the former military man and current coach of the San Antonio Spurs is usually very stoic but the loss of Tim Duncan made him emotional.

(Video) Olympics: Team USA Basketball Star Angel McCoughtry Says BRING IT ZIKA!

Of course she didn’t say JUST like that, but the WNBA All-Star definitely isn’t concerned with Zika, her sights are set on gold baby!!

NBA: Lebron Is Out, KD Is In, Check Out The Rest Of The Olympic Team Headed To Rio

It wasn’t long ago that basketball fans around the country were wondering if Team USA was going to be able to continue their dominance at the Olympics in Rio. All we were hearing was star player after star player letting us know they were going to pass on the Olympics for reasons varying from personal to just wanting to rehab an injury. Names like Russell Westbrook, Steph Curry, James Harden, Kawhi Leonard, Anthony Davis and so on decided the time wasn’t right for them. Things looked gloomy but this week the team has come into focus and it’s safe to say the Gold medal should still reside in the U.S. when the games are over, even with Lebron James taking a pass as well.

NBA: DeMarcus Cousins Confirmed For Olympic Team, James Harden Joins List Of Stars To Pass

The roster for Team USA basketball for the Rio Olympics is starting to look real sketchy. Most of the biggest stars in the NBA have decided to pass on taking part in the games, leaving us with the best of the rest type of squad. In a bit of good news, DeMarcus Cousins was confirmed yesterday that he made the team and so far is the only player to officially be confirmed. Just yesterday, both Russell Westbrook and James Harden announced they would skip the games, joining Steph Curry, Chris Paul, Anthony Davis, LaMarcus Aldridge and others.

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