Minnesota Vikings running back Jerrick McKinnon is paying tribute to the beloved Cincinnati Zoo gorilla Harambe with a special edition pair of cleats in today's game against the Eagles. In other words, don't be surprised if McKinnon blows up for 20+ fantasy points today.
According to Dave McMenamin, sources close to Tristan Thompson are vehemently denying the rumors that he and Khloe Kardashian are engaged/planning a reality tv series. If you were able to log in to twitter today you probably came across these false reports that alleged the couple, who have only been dating for a few months, were ready to tie the knot in a televised event.
The Cleveland Indians are patiently waiting to see who their opponent in the World Series will be, but most importantly- who will be chosen to throw out the first pitch before Game 1 of the World Series.
The NBA is set to become the first league in American sports to broadcast their games in virtual reality. Partnering with NextVR, the NBA will be broadcasting one game a week in virtual reality, with the first scheduled for next Thursday when the San Antonio Spurs do battle with the Sacramento Kings. Fortune's Jonathan Vanian reports:
Giants wide receivers Victor Cruz and Odell Beckham Jr can go toe to toe with any player in the NFL when it comes to their crazy, custom cleats. With the team travelling across the pond to play against the Rams in London this Sunday, it's no surprise that they'll be breaking out some unique UK-inspired spikes.
Disturbing details about New York Giants kicker Josh Brown's history of domestic violence surfaced yesterday, leaving many to question why he was only suspended for one game and, furthermore, how he still had a job with the Giants.
The Cleveland Indians are headed to the World Series for the first time since 1997 after completing a "gentleman's sweep" of Jose Bautista and the Toronto Blue Jays.
New York Giants kicker Josh Brown served a one-game suspension to start the season for violating the league's Personal Conduct Policy, stemming from his 2015 arrest for domestic violence. Documents from that domestic violence case were recently made public and it shows that the kicker admitted, in a journal entry, to "physically, emotionally and verbally" abusing his wife.
Derrick Rose was recently cleared of all charges in his highly publicized rape trial. After the verdict was announced, the Knicks point guard posed for pictures with members of the jury and got some well wishes from the judge, under one condition.
A jury has found that Derrick Rose did not commit sexual battery against his accuser in 2013.
Kevin Durant graced the cover of Rolling Stone for their most recent issue wearing nothing more than a beater and some jeans but that was more than enough for the internet to continue their relentless trolling of the Warriors' newest superstar.
Cam Newton is having a rough season on and off the field. The Panthers are currently 1-5 and the reigning MVP was recently put on blast for reportedly trying to slide into a married woman's DMs. Remember, Cam and his fiancee Kia are expecting their second child this year.
NBA.com recently posted their annual GM survey in which they asked the suits across the league a number of questions pertaining to the upcoming season like who is going to win the MVP and which player will have a breakout year. They also posed this hypothetical question: If you were starting a franchise today and could sign any player in the NBA, who would it be?
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Earlier this week the Chicago Bulls agreed to a trade with the Milwaukee Bucks which sent Michael Carter-Williams to Chicago in exchange for Tony Snell.
The Philadelphia Sixers will be opening the 2016-17 season at home next Wednesday, October 26th against the Oklahoma City Thunder, as they begin their quest to get more than 10 wins.
The Cleveland Indians are just one win away from their first trip to the World Series since 1997 and Cavaliers' team dj, DJ Steph Floss, is reminding Drake every step of the way.
It has been quite a roller coaster of a week for Adrien Broner. Just a few days ago, he posted a series of disturbing images and captions on his instagram page hinting that he was going to commit suicide. Days later, he was posting videos from the passenger seat of Floyd Mayweather's Bugatti as the two cruised the Las Vegas strip.
According to the AP, three men, including a father and son, have been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of 15-year old Trinity Gay, daughter of Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay. Trinity was reportedly shot in the neck at around 4am on Sunday morning after gunfire erupted between two groups in parked cars outside of a nearby restaurant called Cook Out in Lexington, Kentucky.
According to TMZ Sports, Floyd Mayweather is now taking care of Adrien Broner at his Las Vegas mansion. A few days ago, Broner's friends and family feared for his safety after he posted numerous suicidal messages on his instagram account, although it looks like he's in a much better place now.
Antonio Brown is going to continue the trend of wearing special edition cleats during pre-game warmups this weekend. The Steelers stud wide receiver has previously paid tribute to Muhammad Ali and Arnold Palmer with custom made Nike spikes and now he has plans to honor two more athletes who passed away this year.
Last month Paul Pierce officially announced that this upcoming season will be his last. The 39-year old veteran will be entering his 19th season in the NBA, his second straight with the Clippers in the city where he was raised.
Houston Rockets' Bobby Brown Apologizes For Writing His Name On The Great Wall Of China | 1,341 Views
Houston Rockets' guard Bobby Brown has officially issued an apology for writing his name on the Great Wall Of China during the team's visit earlier this week.
Long before OKC fans witnessed the heartbreak of having their star player, Kevin Durant, leave for another city, Seattle Supersonics fans had their hearts ripped out by the NBA. And unlike OKC fans, the Sonics didn't have a Russell Westbrook plan to fall back on- they had nothing.
Conor McGregor is reportedly refusing to fight in Las Vegas, Nevada after the Nevada State Athletic Commission decided to fine him $150,000 (along with 50 hours community service) for throwing water bottles at Nate Diaz and his camp during a wild UFC 202 pre-fight press conference.
Luke Walton, the newly appointed Lakers head coach, appeared on Uninterrupted's "Open Run" podcast with Jesse Williams and shared an awesome story about Kobe Bryant and his killer instinct.
Adrien Broner has made several disturbing posts on his instagram account today, hinting that he's going to commit suicide this afternoon.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Brandin Cooks has vowed to keep doing his bow and arrow "Archer" celebration, despite the fact that the NFL is cracking down on the gesture.
Tim Tebow went 0-3 from the plate during his Arizona Fall League debut yesterday, but after the game he was batting 1.000. The Mets' minor leaguer, aka Baseball Jesus, reportedly comforted a man who suffered a seizure while he was signing autographs and waited with him until paramedics showed up.
If Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive truly had things his way, he'd never have to sit with Drake, or any other celebrities, while watching his team play. Ranadive recently spoke at length with USA Today's Sam Amick about the team's new arena, the Golden 1 Center, as well as what it's like to sit courtside with Drizzy.
Jordan Brand teamed up with Brazilian soccer star Neymar this past Summer for the first ever collection created in the name of a soccer star. And there's more where that came from. In addition to the "Neymar" Air Jordan 5 Low, Jordan Brand will be rolling out this "Fire Red" Hypervenom Collection which features two similarly styled pairs of kicks, one for the pitch and one for the indoors.