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  • By Jasmine Watkins, 4 months 11 hours ago
    One of the most recognizable voices of ESPN is heading out the door.    According to Sports Business Daily's John Ourand, Mike Tirico is leaving the worldwide leader for NBC. He has been with the company since 1991, but all good things must come to an end.   SBD: Mike Tirico is leaving ESPN for NBC. https://t.co/lJ6rKI3P3g — John Ourand (@Ourand_SBJ) April 25,...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 4 months 11 hours ago
    The Steelers will be happy when Le'Veon Bell gets back on the field.    Until that time, the running back is working on his dunking skills. Bell tweeted a video of him getting up for a dunk after a few months away from the game of football due to a knee injury.   great toss, light jump 👀👀👀 #OnAMission pic.twitter.com/AzPFt9PU7x — Le'Veon Bell (@L_Bell26) April...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 4 months 12 hours ago
    LeBron James Jr. has some big shoes to fill.   The 11-year-old is already well on his way to doing so. The son of NBA star LeBron James is tearing things up on the court, reminiscent of his father. Future NBA players better watch out.  
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 4 months 17 hours ago
    Who doesn't love cute kids?    From Derrick Rose's son to Steph Curry's daughter, the NBA is crawling with adorable youngsters. Boston guard Isaiah Thomas felt it was his sons' time to shine and after beating the Hawks, the two little ones got a chance to join their dad for the post-game press conference.  
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 4 months 18 hours ago
    Draymond Green is a no-nonsense kind of guy. He needs to be when he sits in front of the media game after game.   The Warriors star was asked about the Houston flood and implied if it had anything to do with the Warriors beating the Rockets, and the fact that they were raining threes. Although the reporter didn't directly say it, he made it seem as if there was a correlation...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 4 months 3 days ago
    We often hold celebrities to such high standards, we often forget they're just like us.    Tennis mega-star Serena Williams was literally all of us when she got to meet Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Both stars in their own right but still a fan of each other's game. Williams did her best to play it cool.  
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 4 months 3 days ago
    Kansas City's Eric Berry inspired us all coming back to the NFL after a bout with cancer.   Now Pitt running back James Conner is going through something similar, and he's trying to do the same thing. Conner is attempting to come back and on his comeback tour he stopped by "The Ellen Show" to talk about his journey. That's when she surprised him with a special...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 4 months 3 days ago
    Although there are some people happy about Curt Schilling's ESPN firing, there are some who are sad to see him go.    The MLB analyst was given the boot after what became the latest in a string of incidents while at the worldwide leader. Schilling shared an anti-transgender image to his Facebook page, a gesture that ESPN took very seriously. They decided to terminate his contract...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 4 months 4 days ago
    Everyone knows 4/20 is a smoker's holiday.    Colts punter Pat McAfee should've known better than to joke about it on twitter.   I can't celebrate this particular day..But I know a large % of my followers are..So happy laughter day 2 those of u snacking at a hefty rate — Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) April 20, 2016   I imagine Colorado being a bit...
  • By Nathan Rush, 4 months 4 days ago
    Some of the world's greatest athletes weren't just one-sport players; instead, they excelled in two (and sometimes in several). Of course, some athletes probably should have stuck with their main sport. Here's a look at the top 30 two-sport athletes of all time, ranked in order of their second best sport. 1. Jim Thorpe, track (Best sport: football) One the all-time great athletes...

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