Lamar Odom is taking baby steps toward recovery after he was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel last month, but Khloe Kardashian recently revealed that her estranged husband still does not know what caused his brain injury.
Lamar Odom was admitted to a hospital in Nevada on Oct. 13 after a drug-fueled collapse and is now at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles for more intensive treatment. In a recent interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Khloe Kardashian revealed that the 36-year-old former basketball player does not know the exact cause of his brain injury, according to Us Weekly.
"We tell him that he had a brain injury, but we can't tell him how that brain injury was caused, because that will set him back," Us quotes Kardashian's statement. "He never asks why he's here. He doesn't ask." more >>
From the writer of "Rudy" and "Hoosiers" comes "My All American," the inspirational real-life account of University of Texas football player Freddie Steinmark, whose life was cut short by cancer, but whose legacy endures to this day.
Steinmark was a committed Christian who believed in the power of prayer and whose brief life impacted many. In this exclusive faith featurette, lead actors Finn Wittrock ("All My Children," "Unbroken"), Aaron Eckhart ("Dark Knight," "Olympus Has Fallen") and writer and director Angelo Pizzo talk about the impact Steinmark has made on their own lives. See below: more >>
The Eastern Conference is well represented in this battle as the New York Knicks welcome the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Madison Square Garden in this National Basketball Association match-up.
To be played on November 13, 2015, tip-off is at 7:30 PM ET.
The Cavaliers are currently leading the Central Division with a 7-1 record, while the Knicks are second in the Atlantic with a 4-5 record and are two games behind the Toronto Raptors. more >>
Australian mixed martial arts fans will once again experience UFC action at the Etihad Stadium in Melbourne when reigning women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey stakes her unbeaten record and title against one of the most formidable challengers to date, former boxing champion Holly Holm.
The fight card dubbed as "UFC 193" will feature the bantamweight championship as the headliner, while the co-main event pits strawweight standout Joanna Jedrzejczyk against Valeri Letourneau of American Top Team.
Holm is a relative unknown for mainstream UFC fans because she actually started her career as a boxer, which is also why her punch is her main weapon of choice in The Octagon. However, it is interesting to learn that as a boxer, she does not have an impressive knockout percentage. The 34-year-old American fighter will be relying on constant movement in order to avoid getting caught by Rousey's brutality. more >>
Portland Trail Blazers forward Meyers Leonard is the latest to be hit by the injury bug after suffering from a dislocated left shoulder in Wednesday's loss against the San Antonio Spurs. The big man was seen fighting for position in a rebounding play against the Spurs' David West and Kawhi Leonard when the incident happened.
Jason Quick reporting for CSNNW revealed that Leonard got what appeared to be a complete dislocation, which usually means that the player will be missing significant time, probably at least a month or so. This same injury also has a high risk of getting re-injured when the player forces his way back into action without full recovery and rehabilitation.
The Trail Blazers lost the game 113-101, but it would have been something that's more acceptable than the fact that the team is down one big man again. It is also interesting that the team's biggest frontline star last year, LaMarcus Aldridge, is now playing in San Antonio. The outside shooting big man will definitely be missed in Portland's thin frontline rotation. more >>
The old Mexico-Puerto Rico boxing rivalry will again be showcased with two of each nation's most popular fighters finally stepping up to fight.
Miguel Cotto and Canelo Alvarez are two fighters who carry the pride of their respective nation's rich boxing traditions, and there's no better treat for fans of both boxers than seeing them fight each other on Nov. 21 at the Mandalay Events Center in Las Vegas.
Mexico's Alvarez and Puerto Rico's Alvarez are the epitome of a kind of boxing that kind of went to naught when slick fighters like Floyd Mayweather Jr. dominated the ring for quite some time. But with the recent retirement of Mayweather, it's time to give hardcore boxing fans something that will definitely make them sweat in their ringside seats. more >>