Tag Archive: basketball

Nov 18

Howard investigated for child abuse in Georgia


Georgia police confirmed Tuesday that they have re-opened an investigation related to allegations that Dwight Howard committed felony child abuse, following a pair of reports raising questions about the Houston Rockets center physically disciplining his 6-year-old son, Braylon. TMZ reported Sunday that the Florida Department of Children and Families had investigated Howard, 28, following a …

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Nov 10

Kobe Bryant is not going to be traded until he makes a stink

Blog word.

Save for a draft-night dalliance that saw him briefly wearing a Charlotte Hornets cap, Kobe Bryant has been a lifelong Los Angeles Laker. He has a binding contract that will pay him more than $48 million combined this year and next to play with the Lakers until the summer of 2016. He also owns one …

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Oct 30

The Sports Bank.net: ACC Basketball Preview: #9 Notre Dame Fighting Irish


The Sports Bank’s college basketball season previews undergo a face lift this season. Rather than counting down the top 111 teams in 111 days, we will go conference-by-conference. *I’ve already counted down the*Pac-12,*Big 12,*SEC, and*AAC, and now turn my attention to the already new-look*ACC. After suffering through their first losing season in the Mike Brey …

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Aug 31

Team USA holds Finland to 2-point quarter, dominates FIBA World Cup opener


No one gave Finland much chance to challenge the United States in Saturday’s opener of the FIBA World Cup of Basketball in Bilbao, Spain. Yet it’s doubtful that anyone expected the domination to reach such an extreme so early in an extremely comfortable 114-55 win. After an already impressive 31-16 first quarter in which Finland …

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Jul 30

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar says an auction house is holding his awesome stuff hostage


Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and an L.A. auction house are disputing who owns the rights to some of the Lakers legend’s stuff, and one look at the list of memorabilia in question explains why this debate is so heated. The inventory, detailed by TMZ, is essentially an interior decorator’s guide to designing a rad office. – An …

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Jul 26

TROY: Donald Sterling is a Racist Bigot, but?


(Time to be a little controversial) My mind is blown by how many people in America have sheepishly bought into the political correctness that has outright infected this nation. I’m not one to engage in political talk, because I find that it’s useless (a middle ground is rarely ever met in politics, and politicians are …

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Jul 22

The Sports Bank.net: Jaws coming to life off Cape Cod, Summer of sharks II


2001 was deemed summer of sharks; at least according to Time magazine. I know, younger readers are like “what’s a magazine?” There were four or five shark attacks that year which got a lot of press. That’s still very very low, and the percentage of sharks that have been know to attack man is miniscule. …

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Jul 14

The Houston Rockets have badly whiffed on the offseason. So far.


If Houston Rockets fans don’t think of what could have been, then they should be just fine. That takes a special kind of mind-warp, though. That’s some sort of cognitive dissonance at its absolute finest. For a while there, it appeared as if the Houston Rockets were well on their way toward fielding a starting …

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Jul 12

TROY: Bulls Fans, Breathe a Sigh of Relief ? Carmelo Anthony is Staying with the Knicks


I saw somebody use this (upcoming) logic on a forum recently: The Chicago Bulls’ offensive output is anemic,*ergo the addition of Carmelo Anthony*equals points (paraphrased). That’s the logic of the typical NBA fan who idealizes the real life game by conflating it with a video game mentality. In real life, it doesn’t work that way. …

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Jul 11

LeBron: I’m coming back to Cleveland


Before anyone ever cared where I would play basketball, I was a kid from Northeast Ohio. It’s where I walked. It’s where I ran. It’s where I cried. It’s where I bled. It holds a special place in my heart. People there have seen me grow up. I sometimes feel like I’m their son. Their …

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