According to multiple sources, All-Star forward Kevin Love was in Boston this past weekend to check out the city and “see what it’s like.” After “never really [spending] that much time” in the city, Love’s impromptu trip has been the main topic of conversation in Beantown, creating a whirlwind of speculation over the last 72 hours after speculation around the NBA about his possible future in the capital of the commonwealth. Read More »
UPDATE: Available tonight at midnight, only at JBFcustoms.com, these Air Jordan 4 “Python” customs will be selling in a very limited quantity for $600 (the costumer must provide the shoe). The sneaker includes an upper made of genuine, matte black python, with a premium red lambskin liner, and the designer can be contacted on Twitter and Instagram. Read More »
Google’s running a new campaign called Demo Slam, where they are asking people to create demo videos that display how awesome and easy it is to use their vast variety of technologies. At the expense of Amar’e Stoudemire getting dunked on by 13-year-olds, Darrelle Revis shows us how easy it is to use Google Image Search. Cool idea, but I think we all know how to use Google Image Search. Maybe Antonio Cromartie doesn’t, but that’s besides the point. Anyways, don’t think STAT didn’t get his revenge on the Jets cornerback, as you can check out Stoudemire using Google Translate to knock Revis off Revis Island after the jump.
Ask JaMarcus Russell or Darrelle Revis; contract disputes that cause an athlete to miss preseason training and join their team later than everyone else often translate to injuries and a longer adjustment period from which some players never recover.
The NBA isn’t as prone to contract holdouts as the NFL, but sometimes they do happen. Like this summer, when the Memphis Grizzlies tried to go against rookie-contract protocol and spent the offseason in disputes with 2010 Lottery pick Xavier Henry and first-round pick Greivis Vasquez. Read More »