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.
Mavericks Demolish Clippers, Sets NBA first-half Lead Record
After a 0-2 start this season, the Dallas Mavericks bounced back to set an NBA-record 50-point halftime lead as they demolished the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday, 124-73.
Brady Set to Play on his 300th Regular-Season Game, Two-Decade-Long Career Still Going Steady
The soon to be Hall of Famer and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady will appear in his 300th regular-season NFL game this Saturday, wherein he will maneuver a possible win against the Detroit Lions.
James Harden Throws Ball at Rockets Rookie, per Report
Despite the voiced displeasure with the direction of the team on a number of occasions, the strenuous relationship between superstar James Harden and Houston Rockets continuous to deteriorate as the teams are just hours away to the 2020-21 NBA season tip-off.
Rose Bowl Moves to Texas Due to COVID-19 Restrictions
Not only desperation in lowering taxes and having more freedom are the ones living in California, as they are also thirsty individuals of the game of football.
NBA Investigating Allegations Against Basketball Executive Jerry West on Kawhi Leonard Clippers Recruitment
After the pre-season game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Utah Jazz on Thursday, Kawhi Leonard was asked if Johnny Wilkes had a role in his decision to sign up with the Clippers. The 4-time All-Star denied it.
James Harden Returns With Rockets Following Controversial Trade Rumors
James Harden has yet to speak to the media on the reason for his trade request while also briefly holding out of training camp despite suiting up for the Houston Rockets' preseason on Tuesday night.
Lebron James Envisions Community Center in His Hometown Akron
Two years after the I Promise School in Akron, Ohio, opened its doors for children to have a better education and a better future, the Los Angeles Lakers star, through his foundation, the LeBron James Family Foundation continues to invest in his hometown.
Kevin Durant Returns Big on the Hardcourt Following Hiatus Due To Injury
For the first time after missing for a year and a half due to Achilles rehabilitation, the now Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant returned to the basketball court on Sunday for the preseason game against the Washington Wizards.
AD and LeBron-Less Lakers Show Dominance Over LA Clippers in NBA Pre-Season
The fresh-looking Los Angeles Lakers handled their business and withstood stretches of sloppy play to get away with an 87-81 victory over city rival Los Angeles Clippers.
Thomas 'Tiny' Lister Jr. Dies at 62 After Experiencing COVID-19 Symptoms
Wrestler and actor Thomas Lister Jr., also known by his moniker "Tiny," was found unconscious in his home on Thursday after reportedly experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. The 62-year-old started to feel sick a week ago, then his symptoms "got really bad, really quick," according to his manager Cindy Cowan.
LeBron Hailed as TIME Athlete of the Year Following 4th NBA Championship
Aside from winning his fourth championship with three different franchises, the new Lakers star, LeBron James continues to earn accolades for his work against voter suppression as 'the King' was named as the 'athlete of the year' of Time magazine on Thursday.
LeBron Claims Victory in Two of the Hardest Championships in NBA History
LeBron James may have won his fourth championship title and revived the Los Angeles Lakers' winning tradition. Still, critics continue to knock on James in the greatest of all time or GOAT debate due to his lack of NBA titles compared to Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan.
Mark Cuban Says NBA's COVID-18 Arena May Set Him Back $100M
No matter how many games his team wins, the billionaire owner of Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban will take a financial hit this NBA season.
President Trump Signs Anti-Doping Act Into Law Allowing the United States to Prosecute Dopers
United States President Donald Trump signed into law on Friday the anti-doping bill that allows U.S. justice officials to impose criminal penalties against individuals involved in doping conspiracies at international events involving American athletes, broadcasters, or sponsors.