Odell Beckham Jr. Makes Ridiculous, Impossible Touchdown Catch

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Despite the New York Giants losing a 31-28 heartbreaker to the Dallas Cowboys, Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.’s 43 yard touchdown catch is cause to celebrate.  With Beckham using just his thumb and two fingers, he made what many are calling the catch the greatest catch ever.  With New York football not generating much for fans to talk about, Beckham’s catch is a welcome distraction. The catch happened during…

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What Made Some People Think Muhammad Ali Was Gay?


Muhammad Ali is known by many as the greatest heavyweight and one of the greatest athletes in boxing history.  Besides being a boxer, he is also a social activist and philanthropist.  He was born January 17, 1942 in Louisville, KY as Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr.  Ali first discovered his talent for boxing at the age of 12.  His bike had been stolen, and when Ali told police officer Joe Martin…

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#FergusonOctober Protesters Shut Down St. Louis Rams Game

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April V. Taylor After a weekend of protests during #FergusonOctober in St. Louis, Missouri that have seen protesters occupy St. Louis University, shut down three Wal-Marts, shut down Hollywood Casino and have Cornel West arrested, protesters have now unfurled banners at a St. Louis Rams Game.  Approximately fifty protesters attended the game with the intent to bring Rams fans, ESPN and sports fans attention to the injustice of a black…

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BOSS Sports | Officials Considering Replacing Grambling State University In Historic Bayou Classic


BY:  John “Hennry” Harris Citing low attendance numbers at the annual Bayou Classic football game between Grambling State University and Southern University officials from the Mercedez-Benz Superdome have suggested that replacing Grambling State University may be the solution to raise the faltering gameday numbers. “If Grambling has fallen off that bad, maybe Southern could take the lead and it could be an earned-in game and bring in somebody else,” said Robert…

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Pat Riley On The Miami Heat: “Everybody needs to get a grip”


BY:  John “Hennry” Harris The Miami Heat team president Pat Riley held a 55-minute “state of the franchise” press conference Thursday morning, which was broadcast live on ESPN and NBATV. There is a whirlwind of questions and controversy surrounding the organization on whether the Heat’s Big 3 model will still be intact, if that model needs to be thrown out the window and more importantly the status of the team’s…

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Nick Cannon Among Celebs Caught Up In NBA Scam


By Andrew Scot Bolsinger A fraudulent season ticket scam targeted celebrities including Nick Cannon, husband of pop icon Mariah Carey and former NFL quarterback Warren Moon, according to police reports. Prosecutors have charged George French Jones of Los Angeles with 11 felony counts of fraud, grant theft and identity theft in connection with what they claim was a scheme selling season tickets and shares in the Miami Heat Basketball team,…

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Allen Iverson Gets What He Deserves From Philly


By David Bloodsaw Say what you want, love him or hate him, but the 165 lb “little big man” Allen Iverson is not only a hall of famer, but a cultural icon. The once polarizing figure whose “practice” press conference is the most famous (and oft imitated) in history was honored by the Philadelphia Sixers with his Jersey being retired The Root reports. The crossover king took to the podium on Saturday night…

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Deion Sanders Speaks Out About Gay Pro Players


By Lechette Walker Deion Sanders contributed to the discussion of gay players being in the National Leagues on The Arsenio Hall Show.  The Hall of Famer, Sanders, stated that there has always been a gay player on the rooster throughout his years in the franchise. “We always knew,” Sanders said. “But he was cool. That was our boy. We had to look out for him.” Sanders brought out the fact that…

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NY Knicks Raymond Felton Charged With Felony Gun Possession


By David Bloodsaw Nothing is going right for the New York Knicks on or off the court. It’s enough to deal with the losses, Carmelo Anthony and even shoelace-untie-gate committed by J.R. Smith earlier this season, now a felony arrest. The Knicks lose Tuesday night to the Dallas Maverick, in the usual grand fashion Knicks style – with a last second ugly, ugly score by the Dallas Maverick’s Dirk Nowitzki….

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‘NFL Today’ Fires Shannon Sharpe


By Andrew Scot Bolsinger Hall of Fame tight end Shannon Sharpe has been replaced by future hall-of-fame tight end, Tony Gonzalez. Sharpe and Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino were dumped from their posts on NFL Today by CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus on Tuesday. Both had been fixtures on the Sunday morning pre-game show for several years. Gonzalez retired this year from football after setting most of the significant…

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Dwayne Wade Creates A Basketball App To Help Other Ball Players With Their Skills

By: Madam Prezident Dwayne Wade is a winner. Point blank. We all know Mr. Wade and Mr. James and the whole Miami Heat team just won another NBA championship, but the business continues even after the season is over. Mr. Wade has created a new fitness app. Dwayne Wade’s app was designed primarily for basketball athletes. It’s an app dedicated to assist athletes with their skills, body sculpture as they…

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Jason Kidd Is The Newest Coach For The Brooklyn Nets

Congratulations are in order for former NBA superstar Jason Kidd.  Kidd is the newest member of the coaching staff for the Brooklyn Nets.  Kidd is a shoe-in for the Hall of Fame after playing 18 seasons of strong basketball.  He went into the NBA earlier than most at that time, leaving after his sophomore year.  He hasn’t turned back, playing some of the best basketball in the league, year-after-year.  Kidd…

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Patrick Ewing Named Bobcats Assistant Coach

Congratulations to Patrick Ewing, who has been working for years for the chance to get on the bench for an NBA team.  Ewing has had other assistant coaching jobs before, but this position with the Bobcats might be his best shot at his most obvious prize:  A chance to be a head coach.   Patrick retired from the Knicks as a Hall of Famer in 2002, but hasn’t received the…

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Chad “Ochocinco” Is Broke And Can’t Pay Child Support


From a spot on the team to a seat in the courtroom! Chad Ochocinco also known as Chad Johnson is finding himself in a lot of trouble with the mother of his child and the law again. The NFL star has been sued by one of his baby mamas for failing to pay a child support in the amount of $5,250 on October 15. He was also accused of being consistently late…

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For the Second Year Straight, Mayweather is the Richest Among all Athletes by a Long Shot

Boxing is big money for the men on top of the game who don’t mind risking a little bit of brain damage.   Floyd Mayweather is the highest-paid athlete in the world this year for the second year in a row.  He dominated the competition, with LeBron James coming in second at $56.5 million.   Mayweather hauled in $90 million himself, which is big money and among the highest of…

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