A recent NBA news from Yahoo! Sports indicated Miami Heat's Chris Bosh to miss out the rest of the NBA play season due to blood clots found on his lungs.
Citing sources from Miami on Sunday, the site indicated that the 30-year-old was admitted to a Miami-area hospital on Thursday, missing him the Heat's encounter with Knicks on Friday in New York.
"Chris Bosh will miss the remainder of the 2014-15 Season, while being treated for blood clots on his lung," the team's press release statement said (via Yahoo). "Bosh, who is receiving care under the guidance of Miami Heat team physicians at a Baptist Health System Hospital, is currently resting comfortably. Chris is OK and his prognosis is good." more >>
The Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers released plans today on a shared stadium to be built in the greater Los Angeles area. The fallout from said announcement is now swirling around not only their home markets, but the internet as well.
The details on how two divisional rivals could share stadium is the talk for NFL fans not only in California but nationwide. If the NFL approves this plan many dominoes will fall and it could change the look of the NFL forever.
The most important comments being made about his come from San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer. It seems very clear that Chargers are tired of waiting for something to get down in their current home markets. Who can really blame them as their stadium situation has gone unsettled for some 14 years, and in that time the San Diego Padres have gotten a brand new state of the art ballpark built and occupied. more >>
Almost four months after the season began, it is a crucial time for the Chicago Bulls to string victories in order to get a better spot come playoff time.
According to a report by ESPN, Chicago will face the last 28 games of the season, and it better be more consistent than it has been in the last few months.
And in order to achieve that, the Bulls need their main man to get in the groove and show some consistency. more >>
Veteran Kevin Garnett is now heading back to his first NBA team while the Dragic brothers are joining Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh on the Miami Heat.
A report from Yahoo! Sports indicated that the deal with Thaddeus Young for Brooklyn Nets on Thursday would see Garnett playing back for Minnesota Timberwolves.
The 38-year-old athlete has spent the first 12 seasons of his career in the league with Minnesota. He was then traded to the Boston Celtics where he helped the team earn their first NBA championship since 1986. In 2013, the South Carolina native made his way to Brooklyn along with Celtics teammate Paul Pierce. more >>
Chris Bosh reportedly went to the hospital on Thursday for checkup on his lungs.
According to Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press, Bosh did not make a return to New York City a week after participating in the NBA All-Star Game and instead stayed in Miami and underwent tests.
Citing an anonymous source, the report says that the Heat will get the real score of Bosh's lung health Friday, just before they take on the New York Knicks. more >>
Lolo Jones is not a fan of "Fifty Shades of Grey." The Olympian took to Twitter on Tuesday, Feb. 17 to slam the film's message as she wrote, "Funny how people think there's nothing wrong with 50 Shades of Grey. God didn't create sex for that purpose. Watch another movie."
While some of her Twitter followers applauded her statement, her opinion did not sit well with the movie's fans. In an interview with Us Weekly, the 32-year-old said that the tweet was mostly meant for her family and that she wrote it after hearing her high-school-age niece and nephew talk about their friends wanting to see it.
"That made me so sad, to think about high schoolers wanting to see this movie," she told Us Weekly. "For me in my religion, God does not want sex this way. Especially with younger people, they're encountering their first experience with sex. And movies are very motivating." more >>