The champ made nice gesture by apologizing to Tiny and T.I.’s kids for calling her out of her name during a heated argument between himself and T.I. Not many men would have taken the time to discuss the matter of disrespect towards any women and make a public apology, yet the champ shows class and proves that he is a stand up guy!
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HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON): The Houston Texans are just hours away from making the first overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft and they might be closer than that to acquiring a quarterback from the New England Patriots in backup Ryan Mallett.
Tom Curran who writes for Comcast Sports Network New England tweeted out the above tweet just hours before the NFL Draft was to begin.
Many people expect the Texans to add a quarterback, but most expected that to be either with the first pick in the draft or with their 33rd pick overall, not a trade with the New England Patriots.
A few moments after his tweet saying the talks were on going, Curran tweeted out this:
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Russell Westbrook played magnificently in the Thunder’s Game 2 win over the Clippers, finishing with a triple-double line of 31 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists.
Although if we’re being honest, it probably should only have been nine assists.
The last one was sketchy at best, and was awarded to Westbrook by the home town scorekeeper when Thabo Sefolosha converted a layup with 1:21 to play.
The pass came from Westbrook, but landed in Sefolosha’s hands behind the three-point line, and Sefolosha needed a move to shake his defender, along with a couple of dribbles to get to the basket.
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As Steve Kerr mentioned during the replay, there’s no way this should have been counted as an assist.
“An assist is a pass that directly leads to a basket. This can be a pass to the low post that leads to a direct score, a…
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What are your thoughts on how Adam Silver handled the Donald Sterling situation?
Adam Silver handled the Donald Sterling situation about as perfectly as could have been expected, imposing a lifetime ban on the Clippers owner along with detailing plans to force him to sell the team, thereby exiling him from the NBA altogether.
In case the commissioner had come down less forcefully on Sterling, the players were reportedly considering boycotting games — a move that may have seemed impactful today, but in the long run, would have been extremely short-sighted.
The Warriors detailed their plan, and on paper, it seemed incredibly dramatic. But we’ll never know whether or not this might have actually happened, and honestly, it wouldn’t have made a whole lot of sense.
Donald Sterling is the league’s longest-tenured owner, having purchased the Clippers for $12 million back in 1981. That’s more than 30 years as an NBA owner, while players are often fortunate if their careers last even…
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