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Don’t disrespect LeBron

When LeBron James was drafted, I 100% believed that he’d win titles and be a game changer like Jordan was. Love him or hate him, if you’re a true NBA fan you can’t deny he’s one of the most exciting players to watch. Ever. (I hope this partially makes up for the fact that I haven’t said anything about the NBA finals before now.) 

The King has his ring and now First Take’s Stephen A Smith has a few words for Skip Bayless in DJ Steve Porter’s latest, ‘So Disrespectful’
  

Will Saudi women make Olympics debut?

But not everyone has had the chance to compete. Saudi Arabia is one of only three countries — along with Qatar and Brunei — which have never sent female athletes to an Olympic Games.

That may change in London this year after a groundbreaking meeting with Olympic and Saudi officials, but it raises a bigger question — are the Arab kingdom’s women actually ready to compete in top international sporting competitions?”

(Source: nicewebtools.com)

  
College players are organizing. “Is a union in their future?”
[I’m all for it!]

College players are organizing. “Is a union in their future?”

[I’m all for it!]


  
Spring Training: The pressure is on young Mariners catcher Jesus Montero

Spring Training: The pressure is on young Mariners catcher Jesus Montero


  
If Lin’s still looking for a place to crash, maybe he can crash at my apartment. Imagine the tabloids then.
A-Rod after hearing that Lin doesn’t have a place to stay.

  

NBA All-Star Weekend

  • Question: Who should've been in the slam dunk contest?
  • Answer: Sean Kemp