Another tragic and senseless murder has claimed the life of rising boxer, and Chicago native, Ed Brown. Brown, a fast-rising 25-year-old Welterweight prospect, died on Sunday, one day after being shot in the head, manager Cameron Dunkin confirmed to ABC Chicago. "He lost his life at 25 years old for nothing." Dunkin said. "Those people in Chicago shoot you for no reason. It'd be different if he was out there gang banging or running around or dealing drugs. He wasn't doing any of those things. He was such a quiet kid. He was so bashful. You'd never know how tough ... Read More
The NFL really is the one league where on any given Sunday, any team can walk away victorious. The internet sees everything, and the Detroit Lions official twitter account definitely noticed that all of ESPN's so-called NFL experts -- picked the Saints to defeat the Lions at home. Afterwards, they trolled ESPN's experts really strong with one tweet.
Maurice Alexander made a business decision. New England Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount put the Rams safety in a blender on this long touchdown run. It was Blount's NFL-best 13th rushing touchdown on the season, and I bet Jeff Fisher knows the name of Patriots running backs now. https://twitter.com/Deadspin/status/805475128553439233 https://vine.co/v/5Pih9MqH6W6
Talk about really playing for a cause. Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham will wear 'Yeezy' cleats, honoring the 'Yeezy Foundation' as NFL players across the league honor a cause of their choice with their cleats. The only problem is, there is no official 'Yeezy Foundation' -- so maybe he's just supporting Kanye.
Cooper Bateman has no time to waste, so after watching Jalen Hurts take over the college football world as a true freshman, the junior quarterback is transferring from Alabama AL.com’s Matt Zenitz reports. Bateman, a redshirt junior, was expected to be the starter last spring -- then lost the job to Redshirt Freshman Blake Barnett -- who subsequently lost the job to true freshman Jalen Hurts. Barnett actually started the Tide’s season opener against USC but transferred to a junior college after just four games of Hurts dominance. Bateman has completed 12 of 14 passes for 119 yards on the ... Read More
If he's not actually kicking people on purpose, then Draymond Green needs to seek medical advise on a possible nerve imbalance. How else can we explain Green's flailing legs taking down another opponent. On Saturday night at Oracle Arena, Green scissor kicked Phoenix Suns rookie Marquese Chriss' in the hand early in the third quarter. It happened after Chriss swatted away Green's layup attempt earlier in the game, and only Draymond knows if it was retribution. Green could face a fine after striking James Harden in the face during Golden State's double-overtime thriller Houston. https://youtu.be/36Io-WULdz4
Derrick Jones, Jr. will win a slam dunk contest one day, I'm calling it now. Watch the Suns wing keep elevating on this filthy 1 hand alley-oop for the sick poster over a defender. https://youtu.be/aoiHjRGxrak
Shout-out to the Dubs for this one! The Golden State Warriors organization announced Saturday that it will donate $50,000 to support the families impacted by a fire that swept through a Oakland warehouse early Saturday morning. At least nine people have been confirmed dead, with authorities say that number will surely rise after the fast-spreading blaze broke out during a late-night dance party at the converted warehouse. https://twitter.com/WarriorsPR/status/805251822151602176 The Warriors also held a moment of silence for the victims prior to their game against the Phoenix Suns at Oracle Arena. https://twitter.com/warriors/status/805254316109893632
I'm just happy the brother is feeling better! Adrien Broner can't take anything serious, which is probably the reason no one paid his National Anthem protest any mind at this event he was at. Broner took to IG to let Colin Kaepernick know he was sitting in support of the 49ers quarterback. Now only if we could take his actions seriously. #kappernick I'm with you A video posted by Adrien Broner (@adrienbroner) on Dec 3, 2016 at 2:12am PST
If Odell Beckham can't find any love around the NFL -- he can always count on Antonio Brown for some peer support. Beckham's New York Giants will be visiting Heinz Field to battle Antonio Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday -- so the two talented wide receivers decided to make it a BFF night -- just kicking it dolo. Beckham and Brown train together in the offseason, so it's nothing odd, but Twitter wasn't having it, and they reacted. https://twitter.com/sgonz602/status/805270240603021312 https://twitter.com/chefcurry21/status/805280863848001536 https://twitter.com/auryaes/status/805270581671292928 https://twitter.com/chuck4prez/status/805271384477888512 Flip The Page To See More Photos and Video: