Christian NFL player Benjamin Watson has opened up about his views on abortion and how it factors into race relations in America today.
In an hour-long interview for the San Diego-based Turning Point Pregnancy Resource Center's blog interview series, Watson, a devout Christian who often speaks out publicly on a wide range of racial and political issues, answered questions on whether race plays into the abortion debate, whether men should have any say over whether women get an abortion, and why he is pro-life.
Stephen Curry says he doesn't consider himself lucky to be celebrating five years of marriage with his wife, Ayesha, because he believes it's a blessing.
After celebrating their five year anniversary, Ayesha listed faith as the key element in her marriage to NBA star Steph Curry.
The Currys have been vocal about their marriage for some time and took an anniversary trip to St. Tropez, France, to celebrate their union. Before arriving, Steph spoke about the blessing that his marriage has been. "About to start our 5th wedding anniversary trip in style! Blessed to spend life with this beautiful woman ... #blessednotlucky," he wrote. more >>
Recently, the International Olympic Committee approved the following games for the 2020 Summer Olympics which will be held in Tokyo, Japan -- surfing, sports climbing, skateboarding, karate and baseball/softball.
The five new sports won't replace any of the 28 sports that have already booked their spot in the Tokyo Olympics.
By adding sports climbing and skateboarding, the Olympic Committee is basically saying that the Summer Olympics need to reach out to the younger audience. The addition of these two sports also makes the games more metropolitan. more >>
Tim Tebow's smile might be just as recognizable as his name, but that doesn't mean the football player-turned-motivational speaker is immune to negative thoughts and feelings.
In a Rolling Stone interview, the Heisman trophy winning University of Florida football champion spoke about dealing with those trials at different points in life.
"Whether you're sitting on the edge of the bed and you're thinking 'there're 32 [NFL] teams and nobody wants me' or 'no one wants me to do what I want to do.' Or you get another opportunity, and you don't make it," Tebow revealed. "I've been cut four times. Well only three, but traded once, so it kind of counts as four." more >>
Four-time Sprint Cup champion Dale Earnhardt Jr. is out for additional two weeks following an earlier absence due to concussions. The NASCAR driver missed Indianapolis and Pocono races due to balance and sight issues which ultimately traced back to be resulting from concussions, a total of three-race absence to date including New Hampshire event in July.
Jeff Gordon came out of retirement as replacement for the Watkins Glen this weekend and Bristol Motor Speedway race on August 20. Another racer, Alex Bowman also replaced Earnhardt last July 17.
Meanwhile, Earnhardt clarified that he suspects the problem rooting from a wreck in Michigan during the Sprint Cup early in June. The symptoms surfaced early in July and and the doctors advised that several tests should be made back then when the cause was still unknown. more >>
The next 48 hours will define Oklahoma City Thunder and Russell Westbrook's future in the 2016-2017 NBA season as the finishing touches for a megadeal between the two sets into pace.
According to ESPN's sources from the inside, the Thunder is offering a $48 million two-year extension to Westbrook's contract which due to expire after the upcoming season.
To recall, the Thunder suffered a heavy blow after Kevin Durant landed in the free agency and Golden State Warriors took the opportunity to sign him in. Durant is the league's top scorer and with his departure, Westbrook was left with a heavy call to push the conference finalist Thunder into another chance at the finals. more >>