I’m sorry, but I’ve watched some aspects of their late night talk shows on YouTube, and I just don’t find them funny at all. Especially Fallon. There’s just something about him that I find obnoxious. I don’t know. Lol.
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LeBron is usually outspoken about incidents and this is no different, RIP to Ahmaud Arbery.
> Marc Malusis asked Cuban how stunned was he when he received the offer.
> “Very,” Cuban said with a laugh. “It happens in the NBA. It’s like the James Harden trade. Harden gets traded from OKC to the Rockets and I’m like, damn, why didn’t we even get that offered to us? We weren’t in the mix. Nobody was. It was one phone call and the Rockets said yes. [The Porzingis trade] was our one phone call.”
> “We already had those conversations before. GMs talk all the time,” Cuban said. “We’re willing to do this if you ever want to give him up … We used to get calls on Dirk [Nowitzki] ‘we’ll give you A,B,C,D,E and F,’ but we’re not trading Dirk ever. [They said], ‘Well, if you do.’ In this case, [the Knicks] changed their mind.”
> “Every team has their own reasons,” he said. “We let Steve Nash walk. It was the dumbest thing we ever done. At the time, we were getting medica... keep reading on reddit ➡
Billups' record throughout his career was 6-4 vs Michael Jordan, 24-21 vs Kobe Bryant, and 22-17 vs LeBron James. He’s the only player in NBA history to register a winning record against all three.
The Daily Iowan (Student-run paper) has now picked up on this here.
The Gazatte story.
ESPN has now picked up on the story here
For those with an The Athletic subscription, Scott Dochterman has his article here
I would keep an eye on Rob's Twitter Feed. He's retweeting and posting the relevant messages.
Numerous Iowa Football players throughout the day have been tweeting about racist actions and racial disparities within the fo... keep reading on reddit ➡
ETA: Had to repost because of title error.
On April 8th, 1957, 28-year-old James Coe was killed on his way to work.
Around 5:15 that morning, James climbed on his bicycle and headed to his part time job at the municipal airport where he was a porter. The Indianapolis resident and father of 6, also worked part time as a preacher. But even with both jobs, James couldn’t afford a car and instead, rode his bicycle the seven miles to the airport every morning.
James had made it about 4 blocks from his home on Keystone Avenue, when a truck came speeding up from behind him. The truck struck James, crushing his head beneath the tires, killing him almost instantly. The driver fled the scene.
A 16-year-old girl named Barbara who worked for the Indianapolis Star delivering newspapers, watched the scene unfold from 300 feet away. She told police that the driver of the “apple green van-style truck” had purposely hit James.
She described seeing the vehicle approach James from behind. She s... keep reading on reddit ➡