Saturday, October 1, 2016
Shawty Lo’s daughter is upset because there’s pictures of her father in his casket going around the internet.
Today was Shawty Lo’s public viewing and it seemed that some fans took pictures and have it all over the internet. But his daughter is not having it. She put up a post saying
“Imma need for everyone to delete my fucking daddy picture of him in his casket off they page”.
I feel her, who in the right mind wants to see a picture of their father laying in the box all over the internet.
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Friday, September 30, 2016
(Video) Sports: Jalen Rose And DJ Khaled Unveil New Nike And Jordan Uniforms For Michigan Basketball
So yeah, when you sign a nearly $200M deal with Nike, DJ Khaled and Jalen Rose hook up your unveiling.
These uniforms are kinda hot, and especially since only a handful of schools rock the Jordan brand. Check out the full reveal below including words from 1/5th of the legendary Fab 5. Go-head MJ, keep them checks rollin’ in. Oh, and please check DJ Khaled’s game; he got it!
Michigan's new basketball uniforms . http://pic.twitter.com/n44r0gDxXm
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 1, 2016
— Michigan Basketball (@umichwbball) October 1, 2016
— Michigan Basketball (@umichbball) September 30, 2016
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On the heels of Colin Kaepernick’s Take A Knee protest, we see another professional athlete take a stand for what he believes in by way of opting out of an annual NY Knick tradition at West Point Academy.
Noah unlike Kaepernick though is protesting war, not inequality. His actions understandably disappointed the cadets, but his representatives say that he is not anti-military, just anti-war.
"I appreciate all that you do for us. Respect!" http://pic.twitter.com/Nicj4TqvTr
— NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) October 1, 2016
It’s just very sad what’s going on in this country. Not just the police brutality, that’s getting a lot of the headlines right now, but just kids killing kids, and kids having access to automatic rifles, and school shootings. … It’s just disappointing that these laws aren’t changing. It’s almost like you hear all these things, and you almost become numb to the realities. This is not normal. They have to change the laws. They have to change the gun laws. –Noah
— NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) October 1, 2016
— NEW YORK KNICKS (@nyknicks) September 30, 2016
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(Video) Meek Mill Fan Fat Boy, Goes Nuts Over Meek Mill’s #Freestyle017 He Spit With Funk Flex On Hot 97
The Philadelphia 76ers franchise just can’t catch a break. Their first round picks almost ALWAYS win up hurt and Ben Simmons is no exception. The first player taken in the draft back in June, Simmons will now miss anywhere from 6-8 weeks after fracturing a bone in his right foot.
The Sixers said Simmons rolled an ankle, and X-rays and an MRI revealed a fractured fifth metatarsal bone.
In almost all cases, the fracture of the foot’s fifth metatarsal is known as a Jones fracture, according to ESPN medical analyst Dr. Mark Adickes. Athletes with this injury typically undergo surgery.
The estimated time frame for a full recovery from surgery is around eight weeks, according to Adickes.
It’s a frustrating reminder for the team of how injuries can derail plans. Joel Embiid, the No. 3 overall pick in 2014, has yet to play because of surgeries on his right foot. Nerlens Noel missed his rookie year in 2013 with a torn ACL. Jahlil Okafor had his rookie season cut short with season-ending knee surgery on his right knee.
The city of Philadelphia and their fans were excited to see what Simmons would bring but they will have to wait a little longer. Lets hope for a quick recovery for him.
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This guy went crazy today in the apple store when he was refused a refund. Feeling so strongly about deserving a refund but the store refusing to give you one is probably one of if not the worst feeling. Especially when you know if you go crazy you might get arrested. So you take a deep breath and accept that “L” with the little dignity you have left. Well this guy wasn’t here for it today. Peep the hilarious video after the jump.
Bigger person < Bigger Petty.
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Josh Norman avoided any real confrontations with Odell Beckham Jr last Sunday when the Redskins played the Giants but he still found a way to be fined a significant amount of money. Norman was fined more than $48,000 for his helmet to helmet hit on receiver Sterling Shepard. Norman was flagged for unnecessary roughness on the play even though Sherpard took the hit like it was nothing.
The exact amount Norman was fined was $48,620 for this hit on Shepard during the second half of the game last week.
Norman was more than likely fined such a high amount because of his history against the Giants and the fact that referees warned both himself and Beckham about any extra nonsense before the game. Even though the play had nothing to do with Beckham, it was still something Norman was warned about.
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The start of the 2016-17 NBA season is less than a month away but the Cavs are still not their full championship selves just yet. That’s because J.R. Smith is still unsigned and at the moment there doesn’t seem to be any agreement between him and the team on the horizon. All of this is upsetting Lebron who has not been shy about his feelings regarding Smith and his contract with the team.
“Negotiations are always two sides, but J.R. did his part,” James said. “J.R. did his part. He showed up every day. Worked his ass off every day. Became a two-way player, a model citizen in Cleveland and he’s a fan favorite, obviously, we all know that. All of a sudden now he’s a season-ticket holder at the Indians’ games. You know, so. … But we just miss him. We miss having him around. He’s a big piece of our team and they just need to get it done.”
The Cavs reportedly offered Smith a deal that would pay him between $10-$11 million dollars, which he declined. He is looking for something around $15 million per year after the two seasons he’s had with the Cavs where he was definitely a major reason behind their back to back Finals runs.
Smith is looking at his production the past two seasons — 367 3-pointers, second-most in the NBA behind Stephen Curry; 12.5 points per game in 1½ seasons with the Cavs and 40-percent shooting from 3-point range. He’s become an above-average defender and is always credited with playing hard, something not all NBA players can say.
One issue for Smith is he might feel like he has some power in negotiations since the Cavs really have nobody of his caliber to replace him but he has not drawn any interest from any teams around the league. All summer went by and not one team made a real effort to sign Smith.
Bron has been trying his best to stay out of things but the longer time goes on, it seems to be wearing on him and he’s not hiding the frustration.
— Spencer Davies (@SpinDavies) September 30, 2016
The Cavs are always going to do what James wants so I’d be shocked if Smith isn’t signed before the season starts but the question will be what compromise does he and the team come to.
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