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Allen Iverson Retiring After Years Without An NBA Home

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Allen Iverson is retiring from the NBA, although the decision is a bit anti-climatic since no NBA team has offered him a job since the 2009-2010 season. An unnamed source at SLAM says of the NBA players retirement: “He loves his fans more than anyone. He loves how they ask for his return constantly, on… Read more »

Tim Duncan Divorce Secretly Finalized

Tim Duncan finalizes divorce in secret

Tim Duncan officially and secretly got divorced yesterday in a private, out-of-court hearing behind closed doors in San Antonio. Duncan, the San Antonio Spurs superstar, and his wife Amy avoided the media and the paparazzi by finalizing their divorce at his attorney’s office. The presiding judge made a house call or more precisely an office… Read more »

Broncos’ Von Miller Suspended 6 Games Over Substance Abuse Violation

Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller has been suspended for six games after abusing the NFL’s substance-abuse policy. According to Miller, the suspension did not occur because of a positive drug test. NFL officials originally sought a longer sentence but came to an agreement with NFLPA negotiators. Miller’s suspension will begin on August 30, 2013, one… Read more »

WWE SummerSlam: Brock Lesnar, Randy Orton Walk Away Victorious

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Brock Lesnar managed to beat CM Punk last night at WWE SummerSlam but he wouldn’t have been able to do it without the help of Paul Heyman. Heyman was a constant distraction for Punk. He taunted, he blocked chairs, he distracted and he ultimately cost Punk the match. After a couple of two counts it… Read more »

Cashman: “Not Comfortable” Talking To Rodriguez

Brian Cashman said Sunday that he isn't comfortable talking to A-Rod these days.

The New York Yankees have never looked like this. On the field, its a team bereft of big names, struggles to hit at times and is hovering around.500. Off the field it seems to be one controversy after another, usually with Alex Rodriguez right in the midst of it. Even winning 2 out of 3… Read more »

Former Marine Steven Rhodes Ruled Ineligible By NCAA

Former Marine Steven Rhodes has to miss this season due to an obscure NCAA rule

Former Marine Steven Rhodes wanted to serve his country and play college football. But an odd set of circumstances might keep that from happening. A report by SI.com details the rule that makes Rhodes ineligible. Bylaw 14.2.3.2.1 states that an athlete must sit for one season if they do not play college sports right after… Read more »

Ohio State Starters Suspended For Opener

Urban Meyer suspended two starters from the season opener

Two Ohio State starters were suspended Saturday, one day after the program was ranked #2 in preseason polls. Running back Rod Smith and cornerback Bradley Roby will sit out OSU’s opener vs. Buffalo August 31, as reported by the Columbus Dispatch. Leading scorer Carlos Hyde was suspended last month for the Buffalo game as well…. Read more »

Flawless Usain Bolt Wins 3rd Gold, Jamaica Sweeps Sprints

Usain Bolt Sweets World Championships

Time for another sprint competition and another chance for Usain Bolt and the Jamaican’s to sweep the competition under the rug. Bolt and his fellow Jamaican sprinters competed in Moscow on Sunday, a competition that cemented Bolt as the most successful athlete in the 30-year history of the world championships. Bolt and his fellow runners… Read more »

Miami Dolphins’ Dustin Keller Out For Season

Dustin Keller Out For 2013 With Knee Injury

Miami Dolphins tight end Dustin Keller will miss the 2013 season because of a serious right knee injury he sustained against the Houston Texans on Saturday night. The injury occurred when D.J. Swearinger tackled Keller during an incomplete pass. The moment he fell to the ground, Keller grabbed his knee and was eventually carted off… Read more »