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Thursday, July 2, 2015


Kobe Bryant believes someone will score 100 points in a game again

Kobe Bryant is second in NBA history for most points scored in a single game. Wilt Chamberlain, of course, is the record holder with his astonishing 100-point game back in 1962. Kobe’s 81-point performance happened in 2006, so obviously it is still possible to come close to Wilt in today’s game. That being said, Kobe…Read More

Kobe Bryant wears mask, says Dwyane Wade foul was not intentional

Kobe Bryant wore one of those Rip Hamilton masks for the Lakers’ game against the T-Wolves Wednesday to protect his face from further damage. Kobe suffered a broken nose and concussion on a hard foul by Dwyane Wade in the All-Star Game Sunday. Many protective Lakers fans felt the foul was intentional and were upset…Read More

Jeremy Lin nearly signed with Italian team during lockout

The wild story of Jeremy Lin’s improbable rise to success has taken another turn. Following the Knicks’ win over the Cavs Wednesday, the point guard revealed that he was close to signing with an Italian team during the NBA lockout. “I booked a flight to go back to California to get my visa done and…Read More

Magic reportedly interested in Monta Ellis, want to keep Dwight Howard

After all the trade chatter centering on Dwight Howard this season, the Magic for now appear dedicated to keeping its superstar center in Orlando for the long term. The Magic reportedly reached out to the Warriors regarding a trade involving Monta Ellis. According to Chris Broussard’s report, the Magic hope acquiring Ellis is enough to…Read More

Michael Jordan selling Chicago-area mansion for $29 million (Pictures)

Michael Jordan has put his luxurious home from his days with the Bulls on the market. And it can be yours for just $29 million! Located in the swanky Chicago suburb Highland Park, the 32,683 square-foot pad, which was built in 1995, comes fully furnished and boasts nine bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, four half-bathrooms, a gated…Read More

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