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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

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Lil B will attend Game 5 to curse James Harden

The Golden State Warriors were unable to complete a sweep of the Houston Rockets in the Western Conference Finals on Monday, but Bay Area rapper Lil B is planning to help them finish the job in Game 5. .@LILBTHEBASEDGOD will be gracing Oracle Arena with his presence on Wednesday. #TYBG #DubNation — Oracle Arena (@OracleArena)…Read More

Rockets upset with Warriors for handing out T-shirts to fans in Houston

The Houston Rockets are close to being eliminated from the NBA playoffs and now they’re just taking their frustration out on all targets. They’re even complaining about what the Golden State Warriors are doing with T-shirts. Warriors fans are among the best in all sports and showed up strong in Houston for the Western Conference…Read More

Paul Pierce reportedly may leave Wizards for Clippers

Paul Pierce is in control of his future, and he may choose to continue playing basketball with a new team. Pierce signed with the Washington Wizards as a free agent last year and had an excellent season with them. He fit in seamlessly as a sixth man off the bench and provided much-needed leadership that…Read More

Adrian Peterson skipping Vikings’ OTAs because he wants trade

Adrian Peterson is skipping OTAs for the Minnesota Vikings, and that largely because he still wants to be traded, according to a report. The St. Paul Pioneer Press’ Chris Tomasson reported Sunday that Peterson will skip the team’s three organized team activities workouts this week. Skipping the OTAs this week will result in Peterson forfeiting…Read More

Josh Hamilton to be activated by Rangers Monday

Josh Hamilton will be back in the bigs before long. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s Jeff Wilson reports that Hamilton will fly to Cleveland Sunday to join the Texas Rangers for their 3-game series with the Indians that begins Monday. The team will activate the slugger on Monday. “I am excited about it,” Hamilton said Saturday…Read More

Scott Skiles reportedly frontrunner for Magic coaching job

The Orlando Magic are looking for a new head coach and it appears that they have found their top target. Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Scott Skiles is the frontrunner for the job. Skiles played for the Magic five seasons from 1989-1994 and also is an accomplished coach. He has coached the Suns, Bulls and…Read More

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