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Harlem Globetrotter Meadowlark Lemon Dead at 83

By Kyle Dowling |

Meadowlark Lemon

It’s being reported that Harlem Globetrotter legend Meadowlark Lemon has died at the age of 83. Fox News notes that the “Clown Prince of Basketball” died on Sunday, which was confirmed by Lemon’s wife and daughter. Read More »

Kobe Bryant Lists his top 5 Players--There's an Interesting Exclusion

By Devon Newport |

Kobe Bryant

In basketball, a "top 5" is something that is routinely, and hotly, debated. You know, what's your all-time starting 5, who are the best 5 players in the game today/ever, or who would you want on your team in a pick-up game with the in-laws. Of course, there are a lot of variables and it's all opinion, so there is no one right answer. Unless, that is, your name is Kobe Bryant. Then it's basically the first amendment. Read More »

Markieff Morris Gets Angry, Does the Only Logical Thing: Throw a Towel at his Coach

By Devon Newport |

Virginia Commonwealth v Kansas

Towel throwing: the tell tale sign of extreme anger. Stub your toe on a lego, find the nearest towel; spill hot soup on your bare thigh, find the nearest towel; get into a heated debate with your significant other about who did the dishes last, find the nearest towel. Towel throwing knows no boundaries, either. It's prevalent everywhere. The house, the mall, the car, the corner of 5th and Berkley. Heck, even an NBA arena. Take Markieff Morris, for example, who recently became irked in a game against the Denver Nuggets. He, of course, took out his frustration via towel. It hit his coach in the leg. An act that resulted in a two game suspension, and a loss of some $145,455 in game pay. Read More »

The NFL Does Some Good Things, Too

By Devon Newport |

Dallas Cowboys v Oakland Raiders

Life in the NFL is portrayed to be a lavish lifestyle, with all the perks of being rich and famous. But the truth is it's often much less glamorous. The average NFL career is just a couple of years long, putting players into the next phase of their life a lot quicker than they'd hope to expect. All players enter the league imagining a long, and illustrious Hall of Fame career. But the reality is very few enjoy this type of success. And when that point comes, players don't know how to transition into that next phase. That's where the NFL Players Association comes in. They offer internships to help train athletes for life after football--a fate every player will experience at one point or another, sooner or later. Players like Reggie Smith. Read More »

Sacramento Kings' DeMarcus Cousins Takes Kids on a Shopping Spree [Watch!]

By Devon Newport |

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports Awards 2014 - Red Carpet Credit: Alberto E. Rodriguez / Staff

NBA star DeMarcus Cousins knows how trying the holidays can be -- that's why he loves to give back. On Dec. 14, Cousins took underprivileged children on a shopping spree. Read More »

Golden State Warriors Champion Steph Curry Has Another New Title: AP Male Athlete of the Year

Steph Curry

Steph Curry has been unstoppable and untouchable in 2015. He led the once downtrodden Golden State Warriors to unprecedented recognition as the top NBA team. Curry's remarkable performance on the court has earned him the title of 2015 Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year. Curry can add this to his running list of titles, including NBA MVP award and NBA All-Star. Read More »

Black Girl Magic: Serena Williams Honored as AP ‘Female Athlete of the Year’ for the 4th Time

Serena Williams Named AP Athlete of the year for 4th Year

Serena Williams has swung her way to the top with another honor from The Associated Press. The AP named the tennis phenomenon "Female Athlete of the Year" which comes as a fitting honor since Serena brought non-stop Black Girl Magic to the courts in 2015. This will make the fourth time Serena earned this title, which she can add to her running list of honors/recognitions. Read More »

Steph Curry and His Family Give Away Food and Toiletries to 400 Needy Families

Steph Curry and Family Give Away Food/Toiletries To Needy Families

The NBA's cutest family knows the importance of giving back to those less fortunate. Golden State Warriors champion, Steph Curry partnered with the Feed the Children organization to help families in need. To help spread more smiles, Steph brought along his whole family--Ayesha Curry, Riley Curry and Ryan Carson Curry to provide for nearly 400 needy families. Read More »

Peyton Manning Denies Using Performance Enhancing Drugs

By Martha Ignacio |

Peyton Manning

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is the subject of a new controversy in the NFL. A report has recently linked the former Indianapolis Colts star to using a performance enhancement drug called human growth hormone, or HGH. Manning has now come out denying those claims. Read More »

Rihanna New NFL Crush Revealed?

Rihanna

The New York Giants missed the NFL playoffs this season, but wide reciever Odell Beckham Jr. might win a date with infamous pop sensation, Rihanna! Read More »

Ciara & Russell Wilson Have a "Special" Christmas Together [PHOTOS]

By Star Connor |

Ciara and Russell Wilson

We know who had a wonderful Christmas this year. Ciara and her beau, Russell Wilson of course! MStars News has learned that the couple of the year spent their "special day" together. Read More »

Deiondra Sanders & Brother Shilo Beef Over Pilar: Family at War in 'Throwback' Photo

By Star Connor |

Deiondra Sanders

Could there really be drama going on in the Sanders household? MStars News has learned Deion Sanders' kids, Deiondra and Shilo Sanders allegedy have beef between each other over a throwback photo of his ex-wife, Pilar Sanders. Read More »

MLB: Twitter Reacts to Dave Henderson's Death

By Kyle Dowling |

Dave Henderson

It's being reported that the MLB has confirmed the death of 57-year-old all-star outfielder Dave Henderson. ESPN claims that "Hendu" recently underwent a kidney transplant, and USA Today reports that his cause of death early Sunday morning was that of cardiac arrest. After word of his death spread, fans took to Twitter to express their condolences. Read More »

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