In a strange case, a judge has issued a no-contact order against NASCAR driver Kurt Busch, who believes that his ex-girlfriend is a trained killer. In an incident last year during the over Racing weekend Busch allegedly injured his ex-girlfriend leading to a police investigation and the no-contact order. Further details will be released this week.
This incident has grown larger than life in the wake of the NFL's mishandling of the Ray Rice incident and the wild allegations made in court by Busch and his attorneys.
"Good until 2016, says Busch has to stay 100 yards away from Driscoll, her home and workplace," Jayski.com reported. "At NASCAR races he has to maintain the maximum 'practicable' distance from her and not attempt to contact her." more >>
The NFLPA is filing a grievance against the Cleveland Browns for the one game suspension of WR Josh Gordon in Week 17 of the 2014 NFL season. That may not seem like a big deal for a player that has since been suspended by the NFL for the entire 2015 season but it could have very big implications for Gordon and the Browns down the road.
Pro Football Talk is reporting that this one game could cost Gordon far more than the weekly game check. The real consequence for Gordon could be this one game keeping him in Cleveland for another entire season.
If Gordon wins the grievance he will have been on the Brown's roster and will have earned a full year of service towards free agency. If he can keep his nose clean and get reinstated that would make him a free agent following the 2016 season. If the suspension is upheld Gordon will not be eligible to hit the free agent market till after the 2017 season. more >>
Kevin Durant is opening up about the reason for his engagement to fellow professional basketball player Monica Wright ending.
Durant, the 26-year-old Oklahoma City Thunder forward, made headlines in 2013 for being engaged to fellow Christian Wright, the 26-year-old who won the 2013 WNBA Championship with the Minnesota Lynx. After a great deal of speculation, Durant spoke to GQ magazine about the demise of his relationship.
"I had a fiancée, but … I really didn't know how to, like, love her, you know what I'm saying? We just went our separate ways," Durant told the publication. "We was just hanging out, chilling. And I felt the energy." more >>
DeAndre Jordan has never participated in an NBA All-Star game, but the Los Angeles Clippers center is insisting he's fine with that since it's not God's plan for him yet.
Jordan, 26, has lead the league in rebounds since last year and is one of the top blockers playing in the game right now. Still, he wasn't chosen to participate with his peers in the NBA All-Star weekend which caused outrage from fans, his teammates and coach Doc Rivers.
"DJ should be on, and we all know that," Rivers said in an ESPN report before the NBA All-Star weekend. "But that's alright; DJ knows we're playing for bigger things than All-Star games." more >>
New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony will undergo season-ending knee surgery.
Knicks president Phil Jackson announced Anthony's decision just three days after the the superstar participated in the NBA All-Star Game at the Madison Square Garden.
While the former champion coach kept mum about a timetable of the extent of Anthony's absence as they have to wait for the surgery to take place, Anthony might miss at least four months of basketball, effectively putting his season with the struggling Knicks to an end. more >>
UFC champion, Ronda Rousey will be going head to head with Cat Zingano in Los Angeles this month.
Mixed martial artist and UFC women's bantamweight champ, Ronda "Rowdy" Rousey will be fighting the number three ranked pound-for-pound female fighter, Cat Zingano on Feb. 28.
UFC 184 earlier said Rousey believes she may be able to retire from the sport without a loss record to her name, however, Cat "Alpha" Zingano may change that belief when they both aim for the bantamweight belt in the Octagon. more >>