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Saturday, November 22, 2014

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Charles Barkley: Derrick Rose is stupid for comments

Charles Barkley took exception with Derrick Rose’s comments earlier in the week and even called the Chicago Bulls point guard “stupid” for the remarks. Rose said Tuesday that he sits out games now because he wants to protect his health for the future. Later, Rose was given a chance by TNT’s Rachel Nichols to retract…Read More

Oscar Taveras’ blood alcohol level was five times legal limit

A toxicology report revealed that former St. Louis Cardinals prospect Oscar Taveras was driving drunk at the time of his fatal car crash on Oct. 26. Taveras, 22, and his girlfriend, Edilia Arvelo, were killed when Taveras crashed his car on a highway in Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic. A spokeswoman for the attorney…Read More

Mark Sanchez ate cheesesteaks with Eagles fans after win

Mark Sanchez was practically unrecognizable on Monday night as he led the Philadelphia Eagles to a blowout win over the Carolina Panthers. The Sanchize threw for 332 yards, two touchdowns and — get this — no interceptions in his first start as an Eagle. After the game, he celebrated the way any good Philadelphian would….Read More

Dion Waiters does not seem happy with his role on Cavs

Dion Waiters offered a quote on Wednesday that makes it seem like he is not too happy with his role on the Cavaliers. Waiters, who was the No. 4 overall pick in the 2012 draft, is being asked to focus defense and 3-pointers, which he doesn’t feel suits his style. “That’s not my game,” Waiters…Read More

Ex-Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck accused of raping 15-year-old

Former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck was indicted on nine counts Wednesday stemming from an alleged sexual encounter she had with a 15-year-old boy. According to court documents obtained by WBAL-TV 11, Shattuck, 47, has been accused of performing oral sex on the teenager after meeting him through social media in May. Shattuck was indicted…Read More

Adrian Peterson to plead no contest to lesser charge, avoid jail time

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will plead no contest on Tuesday to a lesser charge than the felony child abuse charge he is currently facing, according to Pro Football Talk. By pleading no contest to one count of misdemeanor reckless assault, Peterson will reportedly resolve his case. Assuming the agreement is approved by the…Read More

A-Rod paid cousin Yuri Sucart $900,000 in hush money

Alex Rodriguez paid his infamous cousin Yuri Sucart $900,000 in hush money, according to a new report. A-Rod was suspended 211 games by MLB last year (later reduced to 162 games after a successful appeal) for his role in the Biogenesis scandal. As A-Rod was preparing to defend himself against MLB’s charges, his cousin, Yuri…Read More

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