The Miami Heat got a little deeper over the weekend, adding NBA veteran Roger Mason Jr. Not exactly a blockbuster signing, but Mason can provide the Heat with additional three-point shooting after losing Mike Miller in free agency. It’s not everyday a player gets the chance to suit up with the champions, but Mason seems to realize that. MIAMI HEAT! #soblessed http://t.co/Z4NTguS5dS — Roger Mason Jr (@MoneyMase) September 29, 2013 The tweet included this photo which shows him wearing a Heat practice shirt. Mason, a 6-foot-5
Floyd Mayweather was the highlight of an exciting day of sports yesterday. In an anticipated match against Canelo Alvarez which guaranteed Mayweather $41.5 million, the champ remained undefeated improving his record to a flawless 45-0. Last night’s fight was expected to break all previous boxing records across TV sets in America. In 2007, his fight against Oscar De La Hoya attracted 2.5 million customers and an all-time high $132 million in pay-per-view revenue. Although an entertaining battle, Mayweather proved too strong for
The National Football League is now in full swing. Plenty of NBA players are taking time out of their Sunday to watch pro football for the first time in months. With 13 games scheduled for today, it’s likely each player will have a team to root for. The day began at 1 pm EST with 10 games scheduled for kickoff. The New England Patriots, New York Jets, Miami Dolphins, Indianapolis Colts and Pittsburgh Steelers are among teams that were in action. Today’s matches
The Spanish Olympic committee couldn’t have elected a better spokesperson than Lakers forward Pau Gasol. The seven-footer has been actively promoting his country in an attempt to land the 2020 games. In a battle with Tokyo and Istanbul to host sport’s biggest event, Madrid fell short after the International Olympic Committee selected Tokyo in secret voting as the winning city. Gasol was an instrumental part of Madrid’s bid over the past week but was defeated Saturday. Thanks to all that have supported @Madrid2020ES .
It was quite obvious something wasn’t right last season in Lakers nation. An elite starting five that had many experts expecting a championship off the bat, but it wasn’t the lack of individual play that made the Lakers non-contenders, it was their chemistry that was out in left field. Antawn Jamison spent last season with the Lakers, the majority of that time on the bench. But the 15-year NBA veteran saw greater opportunity elsewhere this summer, signing a one-year deal worth
According to several reports by the Hollywood gossip site TMZ, Lamar Odom has been missing for the past 72 hours. The news coming after being confronted by family members earlier in the week about his reported drug addiction. With the sports world buzzing over his demons, Knicks guard JR Smith weighed in on the situation by answering a quick question from a follower. i dont believe itRT @Manny229: @TheRealJRSmith You heard the Lamar Odom rumor? That shit crazy — JR Smith (@TheRealJRSmith) August
Stephon Marbury clearly had some thoughts to let out, and he did just that with a pair of tweets directed at media members who were seemingly critical of the former NBA player. Marbury’s first response to media came after Frank Isola of the New York Daily News tweeted the following. @FisolaNYDN yeah and I had to stop some cats from turning your lights out. — I AM PEACE STAR (@StarburyMarbury) August 18, 2013 The tweet was over five months ago but clearly Marbury recently took
The great ones are great for a reason, the game never stops and neither do they. LeBron James has been working hard all summer to come back even better than he was last year. Is that even possible? In a recent interview with CBS Sports, James made it clear that he wouldn’t settle for anything less than perfection. “I’m still getting better,” he said. “I don’t want to be the same player I was this past season, I want to come into