What is better than receive a gift from Santa? Actually becoming Santa for people! In this video, Tim Tebow becomes the Christmas elf teaming up with "Good Morning America." Together they give to those in need.
The group focuses on people who struggle to pay their layaway. This time they are paying for all their Christmas presents! Almost too good to be true, but it works out perfectly for them. During this time of the year, it gets really hard to afford presents for your children and family. So, help like this from Tim Tebow and GMA works out perfectly for them. God Bless all those involved in making this possible and remember that it is better to give then it is to receive.
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Cleveland Browns running back Andrew Hawkins has come under fire from police after wearing a shirt with the words "Justice for Tamir Rice and John Crawford" over his uniform on Sunday.
"It's pretty pathetic when athletes think they know the law. They should stick to what they know best on the field," Cleveland Police Patrolman's Association President Jeff Follmer told ABC News 5. "The Cleveland police protect and serve the Browns stadium and the Browns organization owes us an apology."
Hawkins' shirt drew the ire of the police; the 12-year-old was shot by Cleveland officer Timothy Loehmann on Nov. 22 and was instantly killed. His death caused a great deal of outrage after footage of the shooting, which showed that Loehmann drew his weapon and fired within seconds of pulling up to Rice. A medical examiner determined that the boy died of "a gunshot wound of the torso with injuries of major vessel, intestines and pelvis," which he labeled homicide. more >>
Defense was a real issue for the Miami Heat when they faced and lost to Denver Nuggets with 102-82 score in Wednesday's game.
The SunSentinel.com called it Heat's "season worst."
"Lost at altitude, the Miami Heat left with a season-worst .366 shooting percentage," the site said while pointing out the staggering 54 shooting percentage that the opponent dealt in the game. more >>
Washington Wizards point guard, John Wall, honored his young friend, Miyah. At 6 years old she lost her battle with cancer on the morning of Dec. 8, 2014. This tragic loss was heart-wrenching for this player to deal with.
After winning the game, a news reporter went to interview John. All he really had to say was how sad he was and that the whole game and his uniform are dedicated to her and her family. You can tell that this had a really big effect on John Wall. It is moments like this that we look back and realize things can always be worse. Just imagine, a 6-year-old battling cancer and not making it past that age.
He put on a show for his favorite girl by contributing 26 points and 17 assists. God please watch over her family during their time of grief! more >>
Some fans may take this as yet another excuse from Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s camp to forgo the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight, but recent news about the most talked-about matchup indicated that the Money has been asking for a bigger share of the pie or else no bout will happen.
A report from Chris Mannix from SI.com indicated an insider from the American fighter's camp saying that Mayweather is aiming for "two thirds of the share."
"According to a source close to Mayweather, if a Pacquiao fight were to happen, Mayweather would need to receive close to two-thirds of the revenue," Sports Illustrated wrote. more >>
Cam Newton has thanked Jesus for his life after being involved in a serious car accident and has a message for people holding onto grudges.
Newton, the 25-year-old Carolina Panthers quarterback, was involved in a car accident that resulted in him fracturing his lower back while leaving his truck totaled. The Panthers released a statement to explain that "Newton has two transverse process fractures in his lower back and no further internal injuries."
After NFL players took to Twitter to pray for their injured peer, Newton took to Instagram to post an image of his totaled truck while glorifying God. more >>