According to his new book, “A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger Than Basketball,” basketball player Dwayne Wade does not put basketball first.
Miami Heat superstar LeBron James won NBA’s MVP award for a third time and no one, I mean no one, is happier about it than teammate Dwayne Wade.
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Dallas Mavericks Point Guard Jason Kidd will miss several games that may or may not miss him.
With baseball’s over and having given hockey one game to impress me (it failed), it’s more apparent that there’s no NBA. How can this be, you may ask. Well, that’s just one of many questions I’ll make up answers to!
Commissioner David Stern said that a “gulf” separates both sides in the current NBA lockout. The good news is that the issues between NBA players and owners are metaphorically smaller than an ocean. The bad news is that his term makes the conflict sound like a gulf war.
Tennessee police are either horrible at their jobs, have been paid off or hate basketball players and/or black people in general. Likely, they are all of the aforementioned offenses.
In one of the biggest misstatements since Christina Aguilera said “From my own experience, great things come in small packages,” seemingly referring to herself as both “great” and “small,” Lebron James apologized yesterday for saying the word “retarded”, when he meant to say sorry for being such on July 8th of last year.