HEAT Fans Go After Nets & Hawks Twitter Accounts For Resting Their Players

You can’t blame the Heat fans for this one, and what the hell is up with the Brooklyn Nets essentially handing away the No. 1 pick, while helping the Bulls make the playoffs. Its the Heat’s own fault they had to grind their way back after starting the year 11-30, and it looked like the

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Izaiah Brockington Posterizes Ajiri Johnson During Donofrio Classic Victory (Video)

His dad had crazy hops, but I’m not sure the former Coppin State legend wants any problem with Izaiah Brockington on the break. The former Archbishop Ryan star and recent decommit of NJIT — Brockington has been betting on himself lately — taking the show to the Donofrio Classic. Brockington’s left-handed slam along the base

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Anthony Davis Denied Entry Into Hollywood Restaurant For Wearing a Hoodie

I guess Kortana Restaruant doormen don’t care how rich you, just how rich you look? The trendy West Hollywood restaurant barred the New Orleans Pelicans star and teammates from dining on Monday night because he was wearing a team hoodie, according to a New York Post report. A witness said, “Davis was pleading with the

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Ex-Roman Catholic Forward Paul Newman Heading To Bucknell

Former Roman Catholic stud forward, and St. Andrews stud Paul Newman finally has a college after signing a letter of intent to attend Bucknell. Congrats to St. Andrew's PF Paul Newman on signing his NLI to Bucknell University!! Newman was a 2017 graduate of Roman Catholic (PA). pic.twitter.com/GxINDVN3LD — The Miller Report (@miller_report) April 12,

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Jalen Rose Explains How Chris Webber’s Lying Permanently Damaged Steve Fisher’s Legacy

Judging from these recent comments from Jalen Rose, Chris Webber still may be on the outs with his former running mates, especially in regards to how it will ultimately effect Fisher’s history. Fisher coached San Diego State for the last 18 years — but his Michigan tenure will largely be remembered for the vacated Final

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Temple Guard Shizz Alston Named Big Five’s Most Improve Player, 1st Team All Big 5

Its been a journey, but the hardwork has paid off for Levan Alston. Temple University men’s basketball guard Shizz Alston, Jr. and Obi Enechionyia were named first and second team All-Philadelphia Big 5 in a vote of the league coaches and select media. Alston has also been named the Big 5’s Most Improved Player. #Temple

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LeBron James Foundation to Help Launch New Public School in Akron

It’s kind of hard to get on LeBron James for ignoring certain social issues, when he’s doing so much for the city of Akron. James and his foundation — according to USA Today — are teaming up with Akron Public Schools to create a new public school called the I Promise School. The school will

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Josh Hart, Donte DiVincenzo Help Villanova nearly sweeps 2016-17 Big 5 Awards

Villanova once again left no doubt that they are indeed the Kings of this city when it comes to college basketball after making the Big Five Awards theres. Villanova received three major Big Five awards Tuesday, with senior Josh Hart being named player of the year, Donte DiVincenzo earning rookie of the year and Jay

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Will Ben Simmons play in summer league After Confirming He’s Been Cleared

Your browser does not support iframes. The Sixers just received some pretty good news, but it remains to be seen how it effects the NBA Summer League. Ben Simmons tweeted out what seemed to be a good sign from his cat scan this morning. With one game left in the regular season, the tune now

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Marshawn Lynch Snaps on Fan Who Was Recording Him at LAX; Knocks Phone Out of his Hand (Video)

Marshawn Lynch may have grown tired of a fan at LAX who probably didn’t listen to his request to not snap the picture. According to TMZ Sports — Money Lynch had just landed at LAX when he was approached by two guys. Admitting that they were responding to tipsters — the duo tried to get

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