Japan PM Firm in Lighting Tokyo Olympics' Flames, Denies Cancellation Report
After an unconfirmed report that cancellation of the Games might be imminent, organizers shared on Friday that the Japanese government is determined that the Tokyo Olympics will go ahead.
NBA's MidCourt Security Enforces Rules, Forbids on Court Handshakes and Hugs
As an additional way of enforcing more on-court rules which forbid players, recent reports coming from sources prohibit players from shaking hands and his thing each other during games.
Boxing Legend Manny Pacquiao Eyes Fight with Connor McGregor, Then Possibly Philippine Presidency
World-boxing champion turned Philippine Senator Manny Pacquiao has had many fights in his entire career, yet his biggest fight in 2022 may be for the Philippine Presidency.
Brooklyn Nets' Kyrie Irving Purchases Home for George Floyd's Family, Per Stephen Jackson
Former NBA player turned ESPN analyst, Stephen Jackson shared that Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving purchased a house for the family of George Floyd.
Kyrie Irving's Brooklyn Nets Status in Question Following James Harden's Blockbuster Trade
For the first time since January 5, Kyrie Irving’s status leaves room for him to be available to play, as the star guard is listed as questionable and will suit up for the Brooklyn Nets against the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday
US Supreme Court overturns Conviction on Former NFL Player's Killer
After facing a manslaughter conviction, the United States Supreme court has overturned the previous decision of murder to the former NFL player Will Smith's killer.
James Harden Blockbuster Trade, Leaves No Excuse for Nets
No more excuses for one of the most prolific scorers and scoring champion of the NBA, after James Harden's blockbuster trade request finally pushed through, as his dissatisfaction with the Houston Rockets finally landed him in the Brooklyn Nets.
Olympic Swimmer Klete Keller, Reportedly Spotted at Capitol Riot, Video Shows He Was Among Rioters
Not only ordinary individuals stormed the United States Capitol last week, as some sources even spotted Olympic swimmer Klete Keller, among the crowd of rioters.
Maskless Kyrie Irving Video under League's Investigation, Star Remains Away from Nets
As the league continues to review the videos that are circulating on social media of maskless Kyrie Irving which appears to be present at a family birthday party, there is no belief that Uncle Drew will return on the court this week suiting up for the Brooklyn Nets.
NFL Legend Patriots Coach Belichick Turns Down Presidential Honor Following Capitol Riot
NFL Legend Bill Belichick announced that he will not accept the United States Presidential Medal of Freedom due to the Capitol Hill riot that took the lives of several people.
Los Angeles Lakers Dismantle Houston Rockets, Tops West Standing
The Los Angeles Lakers dampened the Houston Rockets, 120-102, as the LeBron-AD connection remains deadly for the LakeShow.
'Slam Dunk' Animated Film in the Works, According to Creator
Author of "Slam Dunk" Takehiko Inoue announced through Twitter that his shonen manga will be depicted into an animated film. A Twitter account and official website already opened, and more information about the movie will be posted soon.
Washington Wizards’ Bradley Beal Sets Career-High 60 points in Loss Against the Philadelphia 76ers
A swing of events in the wrong direction happened to Washington Wizard's star Bradley Beal as he was able to set a career-high with 60 points on Wednesday night against the Philadelphia 76ers but they fell short of getting a W as the buzzer sounded at Wells Fargo Center, 141-136.
LeBron James Looking to Buy WNBA's Dream from Kelly Loeffler
After Kelly Loeffler, the Senator who is also a shareholder of WNBA's Atlanta Dream lost her United States Senate race in Georgia, LeBron James shared that he is looking forward to forming an ownership group for the basketball franchise despite no indications yet of selling from Loeffler.
Bucks Demolish Heat with 29 Treys, Sets NBA Triples Made Record
Coming from an Eastern Conference Finals loss the Milwaukee Bucks bounced back against the Miami Heat as they drained 29 treys to set the new NBA-record for most triples made in a game and draw the first blood against their rival, Heat this season, 144-97.