It appears that the link between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford has been reignited again, as it is revealed that the guard is open to moving to the Eastern Conference to join the Ohio powerhouse.
With the Cavaliers already housing LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love, they are looking like a perennial candidate to reach the NBA Finals for the second straight season.
However, with them falling short last season to a more complete team in the Golden State Warriors, the Cavaliers are now looking to add more depth in the squad and Crawford seems to fit in that role perfectly. more >>
As one of the biggest superstars in the WWE, John Cena always finds the limelight when it comes to wrestling events. It does not matter whether it is a Raw appearance or headlining at SummerSlam or WrestleMania, Cena always seems to deliver when the company is in need of a willing body to work.
Recently, he has been given the task to revive the United States Championship and his method in doing so is by opening an open challenge where any superstar can battle him for the crown. Given that he is still the champion at present, then it just shows how good of a wrestler he is and how entertaining he can be for the fans.
It is no secret that these stars battle different injuries throughout their careers. Just recently, Cena was seriously injured. In a match, Cena took a vicious knee from Seth Rollins, making contact with his nose and immediately breaking it. more >>
The San Francisco 49ers have gone through a lot this season, and it seems that things are far from over.
They have lost players like Justin Smith and Ray McDonald, now outside linebacker Aldon Smith has been added to the list.
The talented prospect has had numerous issues so far in his career. Last year he was suspended for nine games. Now he has been released following an arrest after a hit and run incident, which was compounded by a DUI and vandalism. more >>
It appears that Manchester United are set to welcome Pedro Rodriguez to Old Trafford soon, as reports have revealed that the Spaniard will be unveiled in the middle of the coming week by the English Premier League club.
According to rumors, Pedro will still feature in the UEFA Super Cup match against Sevilla, but that will be his final appearance for the Catalans as his move to Old Trafford will be confirmed shortly after the game.
Spanish paper Mundo Deportivo claimed that the star has been given a deadline by Manchester United to complete the move as the English club are set to face Club Brugge in the UEFA Champions League on Aug. 18. more >>
It will be a battle between European title winners as Champions League titlists FC Barcelona play Europa League champions Sevilla in the UEFA Super Cup. The match will be on Aug. 11, 2015 at 2:45 p.m. ET.
Both teams come from the Spanish top flight, and FC Barcelona enjoyed a successful season last year as they won the La Liga and Copa del Rey titles along with the Champions League crown to complete the treble.
They have a star-studded line-up led by Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez. Normally they are a three-pronged attack with Neymar but the Brazilian will not feature in the Super Cup final as he is currently ill with mumps. more >>
WWE superstar and tag team champion Titus O'Neil is a professing Christian who attends a non-denominational church, and during a recent interview with The Christian Post he said the wrestling organization treats people of faith very well.
"There are a lot of believers in our business, both guys and girls. Not just in a performance sense, but backstage; production crew and front office people. I've never been criticized for posting [social media] posts with Christian content," O'Neil told CP during an interview about the WWE's upcoming Pay Per View Summer Slam.
"The company has never looked down on any performer for practicing or exercising their faith on social media platforms and realistically, as a publicly traded company that is driven by family business, most families have a religious background; it would be a slap in the face and very hypocritical if they did discourage [wrestlers practicing their faith]," added O'Neil. more >>