Basketball Champion Kyrie Irving Suggesting Kobe Bryant Become The New NBA Logo

February 26, 2021

Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving thinks the NBA’s logo needs an update. Suggesting the logo be Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant. Irving posted a picture on Instagram. The current NBA logo is modeled after Jerry West — a Hall of Fame guard who spent all 14 seasons of his career with the Lakers. West joined […]

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Tiger Woods’ SUV Goes Off Side Of The Road Outside Of Los Angeles

February 24, 2021

Tiger Woods was involved in a serious car crash that happened around 7 am yesterday morning. He was driving his SUV around Rancho Palos Verdes when the vehicle crossed the median and went across two lanes of road before hitting a curb, hitting a tree and landing on its side off the roadway in the […]

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‘Simone Vs Herself’ On Facebook Watch Shows A Behind The Scenes Look At How Champions Are Made

February 17, 2021

On the newest episode of Facebook Watch’s Versus, Olympic champion Simone Biles offers a glimpse into her world and shows the viewer what it’s like to be an Olympic Gold Medalist. 24 year old Biles has won 4 gold medals and is a 19 time world gymnastic champion. During the episode, she demonstrates what it […]

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Michael Jordan Is Financing Two New Medical Clinics In His Hometown

February 16, 2021

According to officials in New Hanover County, Virginia, the NBA champion Michael Jordan has donated over $10 million to open two medical clinics that will help the uninsured or underinsured residents in his hometown. Jordan gave a statement, saying: “Everyone should have access to quality health care, no matter where they live, or whether or […]

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Governor Andrew Cuomo Outlines Re Opening Plan For Large Venues Based Off The Bills Game Model

February 11, 2021

After the successful result of the Buffalo Bills playoff game model, Governor Andrew Cuomo is going to let large arenas begin hosting music and sporting events again after February 23. “We’re going to now extend the Buffalo Bills example: Any large stadium or arena can open on February 23,” Gov. Cuomo said. “Their plan has […]

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Michael B. Jordan Announces Production Deal With Amazon Studios

February 10, 2021

Michael B. Jordan’s production company has announced that he has signed a deal with Amazon Studios to shoot several films and TV shows over then next few years. One of the first projects they are taking on is a limited series about the life and career of Muhammed Ali that will feature music produced by […]

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Kobe Bryant’s Pilot Was Disoriented And In Poor Weather During Helicopter Crash

February 9, 2021

National Transportation Safety Board investigators released news that the pilot in the helicopter crash involving NBA star Kobe Bryant was likely spatially disoriented in poor weather. NTSB chairman Robert Sumwalt also noted that the pilot, Ara Zobayan, had violated flight standards. All nine people on board died in the crash, including Bryant and his 13-year-old […]

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NBA Rookie LaMelo Ball Helping Homeless In Charlotte

February 8, 2021

NBA Charlotte Hornets Star Rookie LaMelo Ball is suppling hundreds of homeless people in Charlotte, N.C., with blankets during the peak winter months. According to TMZ Sports, Ball is working with the Salvation Army to donate 500 blankets to charitable organization’s in an effort to assist the homeless. The gesture comes at a very crucial time for […]

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Amanda Gorman Delivers A Poem To Honor Pandemic Heroes Before Super Bowl

February 8, 2021

After captivating the nation with her poetry at the inauguration, Amanda Gorman won the hearts and minds of Super Bowl Fans as she delivered a beautiful performance before the start of the game last night. Her original poem honored three pandemic heroes: James Martin, a marine veteran, Suzie Dorner, a nurse and Trimaine Davis, a […]

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Section V High-School Football Gears Up For First Season Since The Pandemic Started

February 7, 2021

It’s been a frustrating 16 months for Section V high school football. While their season was cancelled, some of the schools in the southern tier were only miles away from the NY / PA border, where teams played every Friday night. Scott Barker, the Section V football chairman said this about the situation: “The frustration […]

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