Like he had been throughout the past few years, Kevin Love is once again on the trade market. The former Minnesota Timberwolves standout had regressed into an underwhelming name in the original Cleveland Cavaliers "Big 3", and it may not be a surprise if the Cavs want to look for better options.
Still, a change of scenery might be a good call for the 28-year-old forward who reportedly had a rocky relationship with team superstar LeBron James. With King James and the Cavs fulfilling their promise to Cleveland this year, it may be time for Love to test the waters in another jersey.
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Major League Baseball star Daniel Murphy says playing in the World Series last year for the New York Mets gave him a glimpse into the love of Jesus Christ as he experienced both triumph and failure.
Murphy, who's now a second baseman for the Washington Nationals, spoke about his faith and the impact it had on him when he played for the New York Mets in an interview with Tim Pierson, the Nationals' team chaplain, at Faith and Family Night at the baseball stadium in Washington, D.C. last Friday.
"My wife and family had an opportunity last year to [watch me play] in the World Series," Murphy told Pierson. "And got the most perfect picture of Jesus' love and how it's not dependent on our current circumstances. more >>
There is no doubt that Allen Iverson will forever be etched in NBA history as one of the best to walk the hardwood. He definitely did more than just walk—he glided to the rim with emphatic dunks, he used opponents as springboards for nasty putbacks.
Perhaps he will be most remembered for his natural ability to make his defenders looks silly. "The Answer" made a name for himself by popularizing the crossover, his insane handles fooling even the G.O.A.T. himself, Michael Jordan.
Such a game-changing athlete cannot fade from the limelight unrecognized. Luckily, the NBA had finally decided to award A.I. the highest honor. He will be inducted to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday. more >>
Let's face it—the WWE Universe hates Roman Reigns. The superstar who descended from one of the greatest Samoan wrestling families (kin to Rikishi, Peter Maivia and The Rock) did not live up to his name as far as the fans are concerned.
The problem is that the higher-ups keep shoving Reigns down the audience's throats, even though he seemingly did not earn it by pro-wrestling standards. Now, it looks like he would be given another opportunity he did not earn - a chance at a triple-threat match for the WWE Universal Championship.
That is, if he beats Kevin Owens on the next Monday Night Raw. more >>
World No. 2 Andy Murray will face World No. 6 Kei Nishikori at the quarterfinals of the US Open this Wednesday.
The British tennis superstar has won seven out of eight games against Japanese wonder Nishikori. Their latest match was at the Rio 2016 Olympics, which was only last month. The two will battle each other at the Arthur Ashe Stadium in front of hundreds of US fans and still millions of tennis viewers at home.
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American tennis superstar Serena Williams moved through the US Open quarterfinals with a victory that was deemed as the most impressive performance of the annual tournament in New York City. Williams has surpassed Roger Federer's record with a 308th Grand Slam match win. This could be more than enough to count this day as a close to perfect one.
Fans at the Ashe Stadium court were expecting an all-Williams battle at the semifinals, however, the other Williams sister, Venus, exited the match early after losing a third-set tiebreaker. Labor Day weekend would have been close to perfect for the sisters, but Venus' dramatic defeat dampened the celebrations.
Just doing what she needs to do more >>