Udonis Haslme was out of line according to NBA fans.
Viral video shows Ja Morant celebrating during a game with a gun gesture one week after returning from a 25-game suspension for flashing guns on social media. The post Video Shows Ja Morant Do ‘Trigger Finger’ Celebration During Game Following NBA Star’s Suspension For Guns appeared first on NewsOne.
Draymond Green is officially on the shelf, and not even he knows for how long. On Wednesday, December 13, the NBA announced that the Golden State Warriors forward has been suspended indefinitely after he was ejected from a game for “striking” Jusuf Nurkic of the Phoenix Suns in the face. https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/1735102051372151194 Ever since the incident, […]
While death is inevitably a part of life, that truth doesn’t make it any easier to say goodbye to those who have died. We look back at some of the greats who passed away in 2023.
After nearly 2 decades on the court, Carmelo Anthony is saying goodbye to the NBA. The 10-time All-Star and 6-time All-NBA selection officially announced his retirement on Monday, May 22. Anthony, the #3 pick in the 2003 NBA draft, will leave the league as the 9th best scorer in history, with 28,289 points.
Larsa Pippen found herself trending this past weekend after exclaiming on part two's finale for The Real Housewives of Miami that she and ex Scottie Pippen had sex "four times a night for 23 years".
Amid the growing controversy surrounding Memphis Grizzlies player Ja Morant, it looks like shoe company Nike is sticking beside him.
Andrea suffered a heart attack at her home in Canada. She was immediately rushed to the hospital, but the doctor's attempts to resuscitate her fell short. Tristan left his home in LA immediately to be with his family.
Former Charlotte Hornets head coach Paul Silas passed away Sunday morning, Boston Globe Columnist Bob Ryan reported. Silas spent eight seasons with the Hornets across two different franchises, from 2010-12 with the Bobcats and 1998-2000 with the Hornets. During his first term, he spent two-and-a-half seasons as an assistant coach before becoming an interim head […]
Following an award-winning run on the film festival circuit, the powerful story of a basketball phenom from Watts, California—who many believe was blackballed from the NBA in the ’70s—Raymond Lewis: L.A. Legend premieres theatrically and on VOD, from prize-winning documentarian Ryan Polomski (State vs. Reed) and co-director/producer Dean Prator. One of six finalists on a […]