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Friday, October 31, 2014

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V. Stiviano: One day I will be president of the United States

V. Stiviano has enormous plans for her future. Paparazzi have been following her around for the past week¬†to try to get some comments regarding the audio recording she took of Donald Sterling, and Stiviano has had very little to say. But while standing outside a restaurant in Los Angeles on Tuesday night, she revealed her…Read More

Warriors had bold plans to boycott Game 5 against Clippers

The Golden State Warriors had very specific, detailed plans to boycott Game 5 of their playoff series with the Los Angeles Clippers if they didn’t feel like the punishment for Donald Sterling matched what they wanted. According to Bay Area News Group’s Marcus Thompson, the Warriors were planning the kind of boycott that would have…Read More

Max Scherzer frustrated with Sports Illustrated over magazine cover

In many cases, gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated is something to be pleased with. Unfortunately, Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Max Scherzer is less than pleased with circumstances surrounding him being on the latest issue. A 2013 season that saw Scherzer take home the American League’s Cy Young Award put the 29-yeard-old in position for…Read More

Donald Sterling reportedly was racist against JJ Redick for being white

Donald Sterling doesn’t just have a racist attitude towards black people; his racist stereotypes apparently work both ways. You may recall last summer that the Clippers acquired JJ Redick and Jared Dudley as part of a three-team trade where they also gave up Eric Bledsoe. The Clippers were hesitant to do the deal supposedly because…Read More

Mark Cuban: Kicking Donald Sterling out is a ‘slippery slope’

Mark Cuban has been extremely careful about addressing the Donald Sterling situation since the first audio recording surfaced, which is unusual for the typically outspoke Dallas Mavericks owner. He finally broke his silence on Monday. While Cuban¬†blasted Sterling for his racist views and called what he said “abhorrent,” he also said kicking the Los Angeles…Read More

Adam Dunn buys dinner for rookie Scott Carroll and his entire family

Adam Dunn did a wonderful thing for a teammate who made his Major League debut on Sunday. 29-year-old pitcher Scott Carroll made his first career start following over seven seasons in the minor leagues. The White Sox rookie pitched 7.1 innings allowing two runs (one earned), six hits and two walks while striking out three…Read More

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