Five Potential Landing Spots for Dwyane Wade if he Leaves Miami

Dwyane Wade and the Heat have a ‘significant gap‘┬áin contract negotiations as of right now. While it’s unlikely that the Heat shooting guard will bolt the Heat after so many years, nothing is impossible in the crazy world of sports. Let’s take a look at five teams that Dwyane Wade could be on next seasonContinue reading “Five Potential Landing Spots for Dwyane Wade if he Leaves Miami”

VIDEO: Martin Maldonado Blasts Walk-Off Homer in 17th Inning vs. D-Backs

Brewers catcher Martin Maldonado has been the Brewers starting catcher since Jonathan Lucroy broke his toe in April. In yesterday’s Arizona Diamondbacks-Milwaukee Brewers game, Maldonado knew it would be his last game as the starting catcher as Lucroy would be back in the lineup the next day. Maldonado also came into the game hitting .157,Continue reading “VIDEO: Martin Maldonado Blasts Walk-Off Homer in 17th Inning vs. D-Backs”

Andre Drummond Wants Draymond Green on the Pistons

The Detroit Pistons could be in the market for a new power forward this Summer when Greg Monroe because a free agent, and it looks like Pistons center Andre Drummond may have found a player he’d like on the Pistons if Monroe does leave. Earlier today the big man tweeted that he would like theContinue reading “Andre Drummond Wants Draymond Green on the Pistons”

Five Players Most Likely to Get a Quadruple Double in Today’s NBA

We haven’t seen a quadruple double in the National Basketball Association in the 21st century. The last player to put up a quadruple double was San Antonio Spurs big man David Robinson. Robinson scored 34 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, dished out 10 assists, and blocked 10 shots in the Spurs game versus the Detroit PistonsContinue reading “Five Players Most Likely to Get a Quadruple Double in Today’s NBA”

Kobe Bryant Defends Russell Westbrook’s Shot Selection on Twitter

Lakers shooting guard Kobe Bryant has been known to take a lot of shots in his long career. He even holds the record for the most missed shots in NBA history. Bryant often is critized for the amount of shots he takes throughout games. The critics say Bryant’s over shooting is mostly poor shots andContinue reading “Kobe Bryant Defends Russell Westbrook’s Shot Selection on Twitter”

Stephen Curry Drops Chris Paul With Crossover

Stephen Curry has added another victim to his list of many player he has crossed over in his NBA career. This time, Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul was added to the list, as Curry gave Paul a little shake, causing Chris Paul to just drop to the court after the You could almostContinue reading “Stephen Curry Drops Chris Paul With Crossover”

Kevin Durant Out for Season With Foot Injury

There was hope in Oklahoma City that Kevin Durant would be able to play again this season. That is now out of the question for Durant, as he will undergo bone graft surgery in his right foot that will keep him out 4-6 months, thus ending his season. Durant has been experiencing pain in theContinue reading “Kevin Durant Out for Season With Foot Injury”

Derrick Rose says He Plans to Return Before Playoffs

We know you all saw the news about Derrick Rose suffering yet another knee injury last month, but this time Derrick Rose isn’t looking to take any time off, as he plans on returning before the Bulls regular season comes to a close. Rose suffered a tear in his right meniscus in February, which wasContinue reading “Derrick Rose says He Plans to Return Before Playoffs”

#7 Michigan State Upsets #2 Virginia 60-54

The ACC has lost their first team this tournament, as the Virginia Cavaliers fall to the hands of the Michigan State Spartans by the score of 60-54. Michigan State has beaten Virginia the last two years in the tournament, and Tom Izzo is now 13-1 in the round of 32, which is the best recordContinue reading “#7 Michigan State Upsets #2 Virginia 60-54”

Mike Brey Coached Notre Dame to Win After Passing of His Mom

Some things are bigger than sports, and today was the case for Notre Dame head coach Mike Brey. Brey coached his Fighting Irish to a 67-64 overtime win over #11 Butler, but someone special in his life would not even know about it afterwards. In Brey’s press conference after the game, he revealed that hisContinue reading “Mike Brey Coached Notre Dame to Win After Passing of His Mom”

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