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Steve Francis Turns Himself on Burglary Charge

Former baller Steve Francis has had his share of run-ins with the police. However, it seems the fast life may be slowing down for ex-NBA star, since he recently turned himself in on a warrant from an incident that occurred earlier this year. Francis was wanted by the cops after …

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Forbes Reveals The Highest Paid Athletes of All-Time

Every year, we look forward to Forbes releasing their highly anticipated list of the highest paid celebrities. From the highest-paid comedians, actors, actresses, and musicians, we get anxious to see where our faves landed this year. Recently, the publication released its list of the highest-paid athletes of all-time, factoring in their lives in uniform, …

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Isaiah Austin Cleared To Play In The NBA

  What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore and then run? In fact, it does neither. If the dream belongs to Isaiah Austin, it will work itself into another dream. On a Thursday night in 2014, NBA …

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JJ Watt Pens Letter In Players’ Tribune: “Am I Done?”

The Houston Texans suffered tremendously when Defensive End JJ Watt was placed on the NFL’s Injured/Reserve (IR) list. It was something fans, teammates and followers of the three-time defensive player of the year didn’t want to accept. The idea that a key figure in defense would no longer take the …

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55 Year Old Becomes Oldest NCAA D-1 Football Player

55 year old South Carolina State running back Joe Thomas Sr., had a 3-yard carry in Saturday’s game against Savannah State on senior day, making history as the oldest player to participate in an NCAA Division 1 Game and the oldest walk-on running back for South Carolina State, the team his son Joe Thomas …

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Jerry Jones Talks Dak and the Future of Tony Romo

As the future of Dak Prescott seems promising in Dallas, Jerry Jones sheds light on the future of Tony Romo. It’s been reported that Prescott will be keeping the starting position. Despite Romo’s active status, having the team’s veteran quarterback as the backup seems to be the best bet for the …

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Three NBA Teams Find Alternatives to Trump Hotels

In light of the new presidency, at least three NBA teams have stopped staying at Donald Trump-branded hotels this season, in an effort to avoid any implied association. According to ESPN, the Milwaukee Bucks, Memphis Grizzlies and the Dallas Mavericks have opted out of their contracted stay at Trump hotels in New …

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