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Saturday, May 23, 2015

Basketball

Two NBA Cameramen Fight Outside Lockout Negotiations (Video)

The biggest fight in the NBA Monday did not involve the owners and players; it involved two cameramen who brawled over a petty issue. Apparently the two men were jostling for position to film a Derek Fisher press conference when they began fighting. They were told to take their fight down the street, and they…Read More

Ron Artest Wants to Box Rampage Jackson

Ron Artest will do almost anything for attention, and that includes faking news about the lockout being over. The Lakers forward has long expressed a desire to try out different sports when he’s done playing basketball. He said last year that he wanted to try football, and he’s said for a long time that he…Read More

AK-47 Signs with Russian Team, Poses with AK-47 (Picture)

Andrei Kirilenko is the latest NBA player to sign with a foreign team. The former Jazz forward signed a three-year deal with his former Russian team, CSKA. According to Sportando.net, via SI, Kirilenko’s contract allows him to return to the NBA a month after the lockout ends, whenever that happens. He also has the ability…Read More

Arvydas Sabonis After Heart Attack: All That’s Left is Sex

Retired basketball player Arvydas Sabonis is a very large human being. At 7-foot-6, Sabonis is one of the biggest players to ever have played in the NBA. Considering his impressive stature, it is no surprise that the 46-year-old has had heart issues and recently suffered from a heart attack. Now recovering from the heart attack…Read More

Michael Beasley on Fan Incident: If We’re in the Hood, Let’s be Hood

Michael Beasley got into an altercation with a fan at Dyckman Park in New York while playing an exhibition basketball game in August. The incident turned somewhat physical when Beasley pushed the fan in the face. His run-in with the fan made national headlines, and the incident seemed to fit in with the reputation Beasley…Read More

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