With the 2014-2015 NBA season already coming within the next month, it looks like LA Lakers are still looking for players before they officially enter the game season.
The Los Angeles Lakers is eyeing either the Suns' Goran Dragic or Eric Bledsoe for the next summer.
The two names mentioned could be "tremendous free agent acquisitions" with Dragic being a more of a "cerebral point guard" and Bledsoe a "capable shooter behind the arc," according to Marc Stein of ESPN. more >>
As another season of professional football excitement begins, it is becoming crystal clear that the NFL is beholden to a politically correct agenda.
One example is the ridiculous hoopla about the Redskins name. A name that has been associated with the Washington football team for decades is now supposed to be racist and insensitive to Native Americans. Never mind that the name was chosen as a way to honor Native Americans, the liberals have now deemed it to be a relic of a bygone era. Television commentators Phil Simms and Tony Dungy will no longer utter the dreaded Redskins name this season as the pressure on owner Daniel Snyder to change the name increases. Hopefully, Snyder listens to Hall of Fame coach and player Mike Ditka who said the whole issue was "so stupid, it's appalling." Ditka said the movement is being led by "politically correct idiots" and that the Redskins name should be retained because it is part of "American football history."
While the Redskins are being attacked, gay football player Michael Sam is being celebrated. What other seventh round draft choice receives a congratulatory call from President Obama? Sam's passionate kiss with his boyfriend was immortalized on ESPN and his selection by the St. Louis Rams received tremendous coverage. more >>
The NFL's Cincinnati Bengals resigned defensive tackle Devon Still to their practice squad, after cutting him from the team, in order to help him pay for his 4-year-old daughter's cancer treatments.
Now the thankful player and many others on social media are praising the team for their goodwill gesture, which Still has called a "blessing in disguise."
When Haley was 15 years old she was diagnosed with a life threatening illness called Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Her wish was that one day she would meet her favorite star in the world, Tim Tebow. When W15H heard about this, not only did they make her dreams come true, they gave her a full day of amazing things to do as well.
Haley refuses to let her illness take her joy of life away from her. As you see in the video, Tim is such a humble man who dedicates his time to bring joy and smiles to his fans. God bless both Tim and Haley for reminding us what matters most in life, loving everyone around you and most importantly loving Jesus.
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It looks like the Four Horsewomen pack leader and current UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey had found a new rival in Bethe Correia.
The Brazilian Correia, with undefeated record of 9-0, recently scored a technical knockout against Shayna Baszler at UFC 177, The LA Times reported. The explosive win was a message to the reigning champion Rousey, as the 31-year-old pro-MMA fighter later revealed in a post-fight interview.
"I have a message for Ronda Rousey," Correia said through an interpreter. "I want her belt and I'm coming to take it. The belt is going to be mine." more >>
Wes Welker of the Denver Broncos denies ever using drugs after being suspended by the NFL this week.
It was announced late Tuesday night that Welker is banned from for four NFL games after violating the league's Performance-Enhancing Drug policy. The suspension will begin during the first week of the NFL season.
"I'm as shocked as everyone at today's news," Welker told The Denver Post in an email. "I want to make one thing abundantly clear: I would NEVER knowingly take a substance to gain a competitive advantage in any way. Anyone who has ever played a down with me, lifted a weight with me, even eaten a meal with me, knows that I focus purely on what I put in my body and on the hard work I put in year round to perform at the highest levels year-in and year-out." more >>