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 >>
For a four car team that features a three time Sprint Cup series champion and the reigning Cup Champion the Stewart Haas Racing team begins the 2015 will an amazing amount of uncertainty. Chief among those concerns center around the legal trouble of Kurt Busch. Going through a Domestic Violence trial to an incident last fall Kurt could be suspended at some point by NASCAR in the wake of the NFL bungling of the Ray Rice situation.
On top of that, Tony Stewart is back at the track after the tragedy he suffered though last fall coming off his worst season since coming to NASCAR. Some are wondering how Smoke will bounce back. The fourth car is that of the always inconsistent Danica Patrick now beginning her third full season in the Sprint Cup Garage. How these issues play out will go a long way in determining if one of the Stewart-Haas cars can win their second championship in a row.
#4 Kevin Harvick- Harvick is the reining Sprint Cup Champion and Rodney Childers is back leading the #4 team. They look to put in another solid performance and contend for the title once more. more >>
Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Commissioner Chito Salud issued a stern warning to the present and the future imports never to disrespect the league's referees and players even if they are not as capable as they think.
On Friday, the PBA Commissioner slapped Purefoods Star Hotshots reinforcement and former NBA player Daniel Orton a humongous PHP250 thousand (about $5,600) fine for his post-game statements after their shocking loss to Manny Pacquiao and the Kia Carnival Wednesday night.
"For issuing comments that are disparaging, disrespectful of and offensive to his host league, the game officials and a fellow player and head coach of a member-team, a penalty of 250,000 pesos is hereby imposed on Mr. Orton," Salud said in a statement posted to the league's official Twitter account. more >>
New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony will have a season-ending left knee surgery which, as announced by team president Phil Jackson, could miss him about "four to six months" from the league.
A report from ESPN.com stated that Anthony's procedure, which will be performed by team orthopedist Dr. Answorth Allen, "includes a left knee patella tendon debridement and repair."
USA Today provided a thorough detail of the surgery: more >>