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Shaq Selling Mansion

“Shaquille O’Neal is ready to move out of his incredible 3-acre Orlando mega-mansion … and it could all be yours if you’ve got $28 MILLION floating around. Shaq’s pad is famous and awesome … 31,000 square feet with 12 bedrooms and a buttload of bathrooms. ” To read more, CLICK HERE!   SOURCE: TMZ, http://uneekluxurytours.com

Carson Kelly and Adam Wainwright Out

“The Cardinals have put catcher Carson Kelly on the 10-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring, a setback for a team already without the injured Yadier Molina behind the plate. The Cardinals also moved pitcher Adam Wainwright from the 10-day disabled list to the 60-day DL and called up catcher Steve Baron from Triple-A Memphis. Kelly, 23, was hitting .111 since being […]

Nassar Victims Will Receive Arthur Ashe Courage Award at ESPYs

“Athletes who revealed sexual abuse by former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar will receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award during the 2018 ESPY Awards on July 18 in Los Angeles. ESPN announced the choice Wednesday on Twitter” To read more, CLICK HERE!     SOURCE: BLEACHER REPORT

Strikeout Problems for Cubs

“Perhaps it’s the hitting background at Sun Trust Park. Or perhaps the Chicago Cubs simply can’t give up their affinity for striking out a lot. After whiffing just twice in a Monday game against the Atlanta Braves at Wrigley Field, the Cubs reverted to their old ways once the series shifted south. They’ve struck out 26 times over the […]

Could 80s Cardinals Compete with Today?

“If you’re of a certain age and we’re talking baseball, when I say “1987,” your brain probably automatically goes to “rabbit ball year.” Before the bombardment of home runs last season, there was 1987, the original Year of the Home Run. The 26 teams averaged a then-record 1.06 home runs per game, hitting 645 more […]

Stephen Curry on Playoffs

“Two years ago, Stephen Curry huddled in a prayer led by pastor John Gray after suffering a knee injury in the playoffs against the Houston Rockets. On Wednesday night, the Golden State Warriors guard and the reality television star were reunited at the Toyota Center after another playoff game against the Rockets, but this time […]

Roquan Smith as Next Bears Linebacker?

“”Just don’t give Roquan too much pressure,” Butkus said during a phone interview this week with ESPN. “Just let him play.” That’s easier said than done. For a football city desperate to return to relevance — the Bears haven’t qualified for the playoffs since 2010 — Smith represents to many the final piece of a […]

Rockets Win in Game 2 of Finals

“To a man, the Rockets insisted they didn’t change their approach in Game 2 after being criticized for playing such an isolation-heavy game Monday night. If anything, they seemed to double down on that approach and way of being Wednesday night. They just did it a whole lot better. Houston’s passing in Game 2 led […]

Indianapolis Colts Take Written Test

  “Indianapolis Colts players are being schooled — quite literally — on their team’s new offense. Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni is implementing a new offense, and to ensure that the players pick up the concepts, he’s giving them written tests to ensure that they’re getting everything. “What I feel like it does, it forces […]

MLB Top Teams Weakness’

“A quick glance at the standings reveals that it’s shaping up as a strange season. The Red Sox and Yankees both started 28-12, the first time two teams have won 28 of their first 40 games since 2002. In the National League, 10 of the 15 teams are over .500. Meanwhile, seven teams begin the […]