Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant was nearly traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2007 for LeBron James.
Chad Johnson was one of the greatest entertainers to have ever played in the NFL, but he also marched to the beat of his own drum. During an appearance on the Mike & Mike Show yesterday, Johnson revealed that he used to heal ankle sprains by soaking his foot in his teammates' urine. While no player wants to miss time with an injury, this just sounds disgusting.
After years of concussions, Daniel Bryan was forced to retire at the age of 34. He accomplished a lot in his nearly 16 years as a wrestler and will be sorely missed.
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In CONCACAF Olympic qualifying against Costa Rica on Wednesday night, Alex Morgan wasted no time getting the USWNT on the board. Morgan scored what is believed to be the fastest goal in U.S. Soccer history just 12 seconds into the match after a head touch from Carli Lloyd. Morgan added another later in the game, and the USWNT coasted to a 5-0 victory.
On Wednesday night, the Los Angeles Lakers made a fourth-quarter comeback against the Cleveland Cavaliers, but ultimately lost 120-111. Unfortunately, along the way, rookie point guard D'Angelo Russell was struck in the groin by an errant pass at the hands of LeBron James, and ended up on the floor in quite a bit of agony as any man would. Thankfully, after leaving the game for a few minutes, Russell was able to return.
It was a more competitive game than expected to be sure, but Kawhi Leonard made sure the San Antonio Spurs beat the Orlando Magic by draining a cold blooded game-winning jumper.