LaMelo Ball Named 2020-21 NBA Rookie of the Year

  LaMelo Ball capped off an impressive rookie campaign with the 2020-21 Kia Rookie of the Year Award, beating out Tyrese Haliburton of the Sacramento Kings and Anthony Edwards of the Minnesota Timberwolves. Ball was taken with the No. 3 overall pick of the Charlotte Hornets and with the newly secured award, he becomes the first player since the 2004-05 season to win the award as part of the Hornets organization. LaMelo started the season averaging  19.5 points on 42.6 percent three-point shooting, 6.2 assists, and 5.8 rebounds before suffering…

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LeBron James Gets A Pass After Partying With Drake

Lebron James knows this to be true as the NBA has bent its rules for the All-Star player after he violated the leagues’ COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols. The Los Angeles Laker attended a party that celebrated his Lobos 1707 tequila company where he was seen rocking out with Drake and Michael B. Jordan. Originally, the NBA tried to block him from playing in the first round of the NBA playoffs. They have since changed their minds. One reason they have been lenient is because those who attended the party…

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THE ULTIMATE GAMING LEAGUE HAS MADE SHELTER IN PLACE MORE TOLERABLE

By JR Valrey The Information Age has made the world that we live in, a very fast moving and different place than it was 35 years ago, when we saw the invention of the first home gaming systems: Atari and Colecovision. Competitive gaming used to be about Frogger and Pacman, then it moved up to Tecmo Bowl and Double Dribble, then Madden and NBA 2K came out, and that is where we are in gaming history. What was once a fun pastime in the neighborhood, has turned into a full…

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Kyrie Irving on Being Fined for Media Policy Violation: ‘I Do Not Talk to Pawns’

The Brooklyn Nets and their star guard Kyrie Irving were each fined $25,000 for violating the league’s media policy following Irving’s refusal to speak with reporters and, instead, providing a prepared statement via social media. In response to the fine, Irving took to social media again and offered up some choice words for the league’s front off and the media. Irving indicated that he hopes the money from the fine is used for “marginalized communities in need.” He also said, “Stop distracting me and my team and appreciate the art.…

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