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    Paul Pierce lost $100K And Woke Up With 12 Voicemails From ESPN’s HR Department

    On Friday night, 2021 Hall of Fame Finalist Paul Pierce made headlines for going on Instagram Live. The former 10-time All-Star was featured smoking, playing poker, and a room full of strippers. According to Twitter user, @big_business_ shared the Paul Pierce “was requesting an escort to 315 viewers on IG Live; I fuck with the […] More

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    Celtics Land Fournier For Two Second Round Picks

    According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Boston Celtics are finalizing an agreement to acquire Orlando Magic Evan Fournier for two second-round picks ahead of Thursday’s trade deadline. After ESPN’s Tim Bontemps reported in February, Fournier was “expected to attract interest” due to his expiring contract. It makes sense for the Magic to move it since […] More

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    Kyrie Irving ‘Is Misunderstood,’ Says Lynx’s Lexie Brown

    On Monday, ESPN’s Malika Andrews reported that Kyrie Irving would miss the next three Nets games against the Trailblazers, Jazz, and Pistons due to a family matter. Irving has been in and out of the Nets’ lineup all season for various reasons. Only playing 31 out of 43 games for the Nets. Receiving consistent criticism […] More

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    Stephen A Smith Now See’s Himself As Face Of ESPN, After New Contract

    In November 2019, Andrew Marchand of the New York Post reported Stephen A. Smith signed a five-year deal. That would make him ESPN’s highest-paid sports commentator with an annual salary approaching $8 million a year. In essence, making Smith the face of the World Wide Leader in Sports, and moving him past Mike Greenberg’s $6.5 […] More

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    Seattle Needs A Team Because NBA Is Missing Out, Says 14-Year Vet

    Last week, ESPN’s Brian Windhorst reported Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan spoke with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. After the conversation, Silver was “pretty optimistic” that Seattle’s city moved toward land a franchise to replace the SuperSonics. “It is very good news for the city of Seattle that they are thinking of an expansion team,” Durkan told Seattle […] More

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    Raptors’ Fred VanVleet ‘Probably Marginalizes Gregg Marshall, Due To Success,’ Says Ex-Player

    Last month, Wichita State men’s basketball coach Gregg Marshall resigned after, an abusive investigation. According to ESPN’s Jeff Borzello, The school and Marshall agreed to contract buyout of $7.75 million, which will be paid out over the next six years. Back in October, Wichita State has confirmed that St. Louis-based law firm Tueth Keeney conducted […] More

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    Players Really Don’t Want To Compete For Championships, Says Source

    Last week, Houston Rockets All-Star and former MVP, James Harden turned down a $50 million per year deal, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Per Woj, after turning down the deal, Harden requested a trade to the Brooklyn Nets. According to Tim MacMahon of ESPN, Houston is “demanding an especially steep return” in any trade involving the three-time scoring […] More

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    Klay Thompson’s Injury Ruined Golden State Warriors , Says Analyst

    On Wednesday, three-time NBA Champion Klay Thompson suffered an injury during a pickup game in Los Angeles. The Warriors announced that Thompson would have an MRI on Thursday morning. After receiving that MRI, it was confirmed that Thompson would the 2020-21 season with a torn right Achilles tendon. Thompson’s agent, Greg Lawrence, told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski that […] More

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