Los Angeles Clippers forward Matt Barnes has turned to social media to help bring the murderer of his Aunt to justice. Michael Williams, the 51 year old man suspected of the murder, is believed to be hiding out in South Sacramento.
LeBron James isn't entirely sure whether he'll be wearing #6 or #23 next season, but that hasn't deterred Cavaliers fans, and LeBron enthusiasts throughout the world from buying replica home, away, and alternate James jerseys.
Last season, a number of players publicly voiced their dislike of the sleeved Christmas Day jerseys. Adam Silver and the league heard their cries, and the NBA will be going sleeveless once again for their holiday uni's. Though these aren't very festive at all.
LeBron James burst onto the seen as a high schooler wearing the iconic #23. He started his career in the league wearing that same number, though he switched to the #6 when he split from Northeast Ohio and headed to South Beach. Since then, LeBron has captured two NBA Championships and countless other accolades.
LeBron James has been voted the Most Popular Athlete for the first time in his illustrious career. According to a Harris Poll conducted last month, which sampled 2,241 people in the U.S, James beat out Michael Jordan who reigned supreme from 1993-2005.
The 2014 ESPY's took place last night, hosted by Drake, and he did a surprisingly good job at hosting the premier sports award show. Check out his opening monologue in the slides, as well as his skit with Blake Griffin and Chris Brown.
If you haven't already heard, Joel Embiid is an absolute riot on twitter. The rookie center out of Kansas, and current member of the Sixers, has previously tried to recruit LeBron via twitter and is generally a wildcard when it comes to social media.
The 2014 NBA MVP will adorn the cover of NBA 2K15, and the music will be curated by Pharrell and his silly-ass hat. Jay Z was the executive producer of the classic basketball video game back in 2013, so it isn't surprising that 2K Sports has gone back to an iconic artist for their musical stylings.
LeBron's return to Cleveland can not be overstated. The Cavaliers have shot up to 3:1 odds to win the NBA Title, every game will undoubtedly be sold out, and the Cavaliers merchandise revenue will be through the roof.