As the 2016 NBA Free Agency rolls on, players and teams continue to surprise. Perhaps the biggest free agency news is yet to come, as Kevin Durant still hasn't finalized his decision on whether to stay in Oklahoma City or go to another team.
While waiting for Durant's much-anticipated decision, here are the latest notable free agency moves:
1. Al Horford Signs with Boston Celtics more >>
With a few matches remaining in the UEFA Euro 2016, star players for each team have contributed their best for their countries, especially in terms of scores or goals.
Coming into the semifinals round, here are the top scorers for the European tournament per UEFA's official website:
1. Gareth Bale (Wales, 3 goals) more >>
Portugal will face Wales in the semifinals round of the UEFA Euro 2016 on Wednesday night, and it will be a battle between Real Madrid teammates Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale.
Who Will Play Better?
The two superstars, according to Sports Illustrated, will be fighting it out for a slot in the finals round of the tournament. It will also be a chance for Bale to prove that he can equal Ronaldo's gameplay on the field and show the public that he can be a worthy replacement for the latter. more >>
As the UEFA Euro 2016 draws closer to an end the race for the Golden Boot, the award to the player with the most goals, still is highly contested with several players still in the contention.
As of this article there has not been all that much movement at that top, but that does not mean that the race is over, as there are still several matches that will ultimately determine who will be the winner.
Gareth Bale (Wales 3 goals) more >>
Christian basketball star Jeremy Lin says that he is "thankful" to be moving on to the next phase of his NBA career after signing a mutli-season deal with the Brooklyn Nets Friday.
The 27-year-old Lin, who played last season with the Charlotte Hornets and averaged 11.7 points per game, has agreed to a three-year, $36 million deal with the Nets, sources told ESPN's Marc Stein.
The three-season deal will likely provide the former Harvard University guard with a little bit more stability moving forward in his career as he has played for three different teams over the last three seasons and has been on five different teams since he started playing in the NBA in 2010. more >>
LeBron James is the king of Cleveland again. In a city with three major sports teams — the NBA's Cavaliers, the NFL's Browns, and the MLB's Indians — James brought home the first championship title in 52 years (the last time was the Brown's in 1964).
To watch LeBron embrace his third Larry O'Brien trophy, and witness the response from the fan base, you'd think that there has always been love between James and the city of Cleveland — but that's not the case at all. The warmth and acceptance we all saw after the Cavs Game Seven win was the result of a long, healthy process of forgiveness.
You see, LeBron deeply hurt the city of Cleveland when he chose to take his talents to South Beach in 2010. The hometown kid from Akron, the 2003 first overall draft pick, the "king," stepped down from his throne and set off for greener pastures, and he devastated the fans. more >>