Pelicans Executive David Griffin To Pay a $50k Fine for Remarks Deemed Damaging to the NBA
The NBA fined New Orleans Pelicans executive David Griffin $50,000 for "verbal scrutiny of officiating and remarks damaging to the NBA," the league reported on Sunday.
Jake Paul Left With Black-Eye and Chipped Tooth After Grabbing Floyd Mayweather’s Hat
After Jake Paul took Floyd Mayweather’s hat in a public spectacle, the YouTuber turned boxer has a nice black-eye and chipped tooth.
Bobby Unser aka Uncle Bobby Cause of Death: Indy 500 Champ Dies at 87, Leaving Motorsports Legacy
Bobby Unser, an American motorsports icon known for his moniker "Uncle Bobby," died on May 2, 2021. He died at 87 at the time of his passing.
Chicago Sports Teams to Allow Paying Spectators at 25 Percent Capacity at the United Center
The NBA's Chicago Bulls and NHL's Chicago Blackhawks will welcome fans at 25 percent capacity to the United Center.
NBA Star LeBron James Accused of Inciting Violence
NBA Star LeBron James was accused of inciting violence after tweeting the words "You're Next," which has already been deleted.
NBA Legend Scottie Pippen Says He Is Heartbroken Over Eldest Son's Death
Antron Pippen, the eldest son of NBA legend Scottie Pippen, died on Sunday, the former Chicago Bulls player revealed. Antron was 33 years old.
Tokyo Adopts Tougher COVID-19 Rules, Elders Start To Receive Vaccine
Tokyo adopts tougher rules to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 before the Tokyo Olympics. Elders also start to receive the vaccine.
Members of Team USA Speak Out Over the Recent Anti-Asian Incidents
Athletes of Team USA with Asian roots speak out over the recent anti-Asian incidents in the country before they will depart for Tokyo Olympics.
Former MLB Commissioner, Fay Vincent, Slams Georgia Boycott
The former Major League Baseball Commissioner Fay Vincent criticized the unnecessary Georgia boycott by Robert Manfred, who is the MLB's current commissioner who authorized moving its All-Star game from Atlanta in Georgia.
North Korea Skips Tokyo Olympics as Japan Extends Its Sanctions To Two Years
North Korea decides to skip Tokyo Olympics just hours after Japan announced that it would extend its sanctions.
'Space Jam 2:' Important Things You Need to Know about the Sequel Starring Lebron James
Release date of "Space Jam 2" and some important things everyone must of the sequel starring Lebron James.
Death of Michael Jordan's Dad: Who is the Real Killer?
Michael Jordan's dad was not killed by Daniel Andre Green, which supports the argument that he was murdered by Larry Demery, a new documentary claims.
Lebron James' Dominance Extends Lakers Win Streak, Ruins Lamelo Ball Homecoming
After delivering consecutive triple-doubles since the All-Star break, LeBron James emphasized his scoring, as he became the offensive force for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Vanessa Bryant Reveals Deputies Who Allegedly Took Kobe's Crash Site Photos
The wife of late Los Angeles Lakers superstar, Vanessa Bryant posted a series of photos in her Instagram account on Wednesday and revealed the identities of the four deputies of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department who allegedly took or shared grisly photos of the crash site where her husband Kobe Bryant, the NBA legend died along with their daughter Gianna and seven other individuals.
NBA Player Banned After Anti-Jews Livestream Slur
Meyers Leonard will be away from the team indefinitely after the NBA player was banned for using an anti-Semitic slur while playing a video game on a live streaming platform.