It's an Eastern Conference match-up as the Orlando Magic visit the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Quicken Loans Arena in the National Basketball Association.
The match is on November 23, 2015 at 7:00 PM ET.
This is the first meeting between the two teams and they are scheduled to clash four times in the regular season. more >>
WWE's Sunday event, the "Survivor Series," was marred by uncertainty before it could event start, no thanks to an alleged threat uncovered by a certain group, detailing how ISIS is planning to target the pay-per-view card in Philips Arena in Atlanta.
The International Business Times first reported on Saturday that a group of hackers with connections to Anonymous obtained a list of targets from ISIS, which included the WWE event. However, Anonymous later released a statement via Twitter that no recovery of a list of some sort came from them, saying that it was merely a rumor.
Nonetheless, the WWE, in coordination with law enforcement agencies, took the initiative of beefing up security as a precautionary measure. The promotion later released a statement: more >>
Former WBC middleweight boxing champion Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. is looking to reunite with trainer Freddie Roach in preparation for his planned comeback next year.
In 2014, Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. dropped Freddie Roach as his trainer in favor of Joe Goossen after he left Top Rank Promotions and signed with Al Haymon as his manager. However, the Mexican boxer wants to come back to Roach because he thinks the latter is the perfect person to train him for his next fight, according to Latin Post.
Under Goossen's guidance, Chavez fought against Andrzej Fonfara this April, but he lost during the ninth round. The boxing champ then dropped Goossen and hired Robert Garcia, who helped him defeat Marcos Reyes in July, the report details. more >>
The name Dwyane Wade may not be in anyone's list of the top 10 greatest shooting guards of all time, but once his career ends, that is something that must be reconsidered.
The longtime Miami Heat player officially moved into 50th in the NBA's all-time scoring list with 19,005 points. He made the achievement after sinking a free throw with a little over three minutes remaining in the Heat's come-from-behind 96-91 win against the winless Sixers on Saturday night. He also got the game high honors in scoring with 27, coupled with seven rebounds and four assists.
At 33, Wade is now a member of the elite club of the top 50 scorers in league history and this achievement makes him a surefire entry to the basketball Hall of Fame once he retires. He holds a career average of 24.0 PPG, putting him in fifth place among the active players in the NBA. more >>
Kevin Durant is nearing the end of his contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder, the only franchise he's played his entire career. The talk of becoming a free agent this offseason will certainly heat up should the team fail to go deeper into the playoffs this year, but if he eventually decides to go that way, he made it a point that it isn't because of his relationship with teammate and fellow superstar Russell Westbrook.
Durant sat down with The Oklahoman in an interview published last Friday, talking about his relationship with Westbrook. He characterized it as like "being brothers" and that they consider themselves "like family."
This is certainly a response to lots of talk about the two not being able to coexist in a Thunder team that relies heavily on them. But the shoot-first mentality of Westbrook, the team's point guard, seems to be quite ironic when paired to a scoring machine like Durant. But all throughout those years of playing together, it looked like they've found a way to co-exist. more >>
Peyton Manning may well become the best quarterback in the history of American football, but he's only human. It's quite ironic actually to see him achieve history by becoming NFL's all-time passing yards leader and at the same time performing in probably the worst game in his storied career during the Broncos' loss to the Chiefs last week.
Manning passed another great, Brett Favre, in the list with 71,871 yards, but many believe that the quarterback is all but done. Such a thought is unbearable and unthinkable for Denver fans, but it is something that will have to be answered sooner than later.
However, there's one player who is honest enough to consider it. According to leading tackler Brandon Marshall, he's being thinking about it. Talking about Manning's injury and father time, Marshall commended his teammate as being one of the best all time. "I'm not going to lie, I've pondered it a little bit, but I try not to think about it too much. I know we've got a season to finish," he added. more >>