Kevin Durant is receiving prayers and support from those in and around the NBA since a fracture in his foot will require him to undergo surgery and miss a portion of the 2014-2015 season.
Durant, the 26-year-old Oklahoma City Thunder forward, is suffering from a broken bone at the base of his small toe known as a "Jones fracture," according to ESPN reports.
Sam Presti, the Thunder general manager, revealed that Durant's injury was the result of wear and tear over time, and told ESPN that the team was glad that they caught it in its early stages. While Durant is expected to miss the first month of the NBA regular season to rehabilitate his injury, players in and around the league have been praying for him. more >>
"Superstar" Billy Graham, the former professional wrestler and devout Christian who took his stage name from the famous evangelist Rev. Billy Graham, has been released from the hospital.
"Superstar" Billy Graham was hospitalized earlier this week due to a liver complication, but was released Thursday.
On the former World Wrestling Entertainment champion's Facebook fan page, Graham posted a photo of himself from the 1980s and gave an update about his release from the hospital. more >>
As the 2014-2015 NBA Game season fast approaches, more and more trade rumors are coming out from the hoop grapevine. Here's what we've heard so far.
Digital Journal reported a possible trade between Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert with a couple of players from the Cleveland Cavaliers. Even with their former star player (LBJ) coming home to play on their side, the Cavs still are opting to increase their chances of getting into the playoffs.
Aside from LeBron James, the Cavs also managed to snatch Minnesota Timberwolves' Kevin Love. Given that, the 27-year-old center will certainly complete their ideal lineup. more >>
Adrian Peterson is publicly defending himself against claims that he misappropriated charity funds.
The 29-year-old Minnesota Vikings running back made headlines last month when news broke claiming that he abused his four-year-old son whom the football star struck with a stripped tree branch resulting in severe lacerations. Peterson was indicted and is gearing up to undergo a trial for the matter, and has been deactivated by his team during the pending legal matter.
During his pending legal issues, the Minneapolis Star Tribune posted a report claiming that Peterson failed to give donations that he raised for the Straight From The Heart Foundation. Instead, the Tribune alleged that Peterson used the charity's credit card to fund a party in 2011, where he was accused of sexual assault. more >>
Los Angeles Lakers guard Nick Young is going to be out for eight weeks recovering from his surgery on his torn thumb ligaments. Young had his successful surgery Monday.
Young sustained the injury during a practice Thursday last week while he was guarding Kobe Bryant. The player underwent an MRI exam Friday which revealed the tear while the surgery was performed by Dr. Steven Shin of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthapaedic Clinic.
"It hurts us, as far as that's a guy that we know that can come off the bench and provide instant offense for us. Obviously, we're going to have to look elsewhere for that … It hurts us," said Lakers coach Byron Scott of Young's injury. more >>
Tim Tebow may no longer be active in the NFL, but he is proving that he is still in high demand by acquiring another job.
Tebow, 27, was selected to host a new sports show on Jacksonville, Florida radio station 1010XL, called Tuesdays with Tim. Each Tuesday, Tebow will appear with award winning sports analysts Dan Hicken and Jeff Prosser to analyze the Southeastern Conference football season for listeners.
Tebow is already serving as an active SEC Network analyst and a contributor to ABC's Good Morning America. Steve Griffin, 1010XL President and General Manager, explained why his team was excited to bring Tebow on board in the athlete's hometown. more >>