Ndamukong Suh’s temper tantrum is social media’s gain this Friday morning, as the world is abuzz with discussion about whether the Dolphin’s star defensive tackle should be suspended for almost choke slamming the Baltimore Ravens Ryan Mallett after he jumped offsides. After jumping, Suh — obviously not in the mood for any opinion from Mallett
Eagles fans usually get a bad rap for this type of behavior, but this time a thug cheering on the Carolina Panthers gets the award of jerk of the month for his behavior, and likely an assault charge as well. In the Video courtesy of NFL Retweets — a Panthers fan is observed sucker punching
James Harden responded quickly to Kevin McHale’s comments about him “not being a leader,” because of his defensive liabilities. Looking focused but obviously annoyed, the MVP candidate called his former head coach a “clown” while telling Houston reporters that he’s worked his tail off to improve his all-around game. James Harden on Kevin McHale saying
Some guys lead in their own way, and James Harden’s version of leadership didn’t quite appeal to former Rockets head coach Kevin McHale. McHale jabbed Harden during an appearance on NBA TV, using his defensive defiencies as the excuse for why the All Star “is not a leader.” “But James is not a leader,” McHale
Kudos to Kyrie Irving for making this young fans year. Following Boston’s 110-102 win over Philadelphia at Wells Fargo Center, the Celtics point guard made a b-line towards a young fan in attendance, wearing his Cleveland Cavaliers jersey. Irving blessed the youngster with a fresh pair of game-worn Nike’s from his signature line. Irving signed
After initially stating that he had interest from NBA Teams — Marbury told Sports Illustrated’s Chris Chavez that it was he who reached out to teams to gauge interest on his return. The 40-year-old two-time All-Star wants to return to the league, and believe he has a Hall of Fame resume that makes him deserving.
Jay-Z provided more support for Colin Kaepernick — this time dedicating his performance of “The Story of O.J.” to the embattled quarterback during his performance Friday at the Meadows Music and Arts Festival in New York City. Hov shouted out Kaepernick right before the track dropped. “I want to dedicate this song to Colin Kaepernick
Russell Westbrook is the unquestioned face of Jordan Brand — leading Michael Jordan’s global brand into the next phase of dominance. Westbrook — the NBA’s reigning Most Valuable Player — just signed a 10-year extension with Nike’s Jordan Brand that will be the most lucrative total endorsement deal for a Jordan athlete in history according
Cam Newton is Atlanta through and through, so its no surprise that the Panthers star turned to 2Chainz to help spice up the latest promotional video for Cam’s new shoe, the UA C1N. The signature shoe that’s part lifestyle and performance footwear from Champs Sports is available now at UnderArmour.com and select stores.
A possible Western Conference preview, or just simply some good rec? Hoping to see what the Rockets could look like together, Chris Paul, James and Harden and others descended onto to New York City to join Carmelo Anthony for some pickups. With New York Fashion Week being in full effect, Russell Westbrook hopped into the