# Sports news
Dallas Mavericks’ next home arena could be the centerpiece of a casino resort
DALLAS -- Last week, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban made headlines with his stunning decision to sell a majority stake in the NBA franchise he's proudly owned for 23 years. Cuban, who purchased the Mavericks for $285 million in 2000, recently sold a majority stake in the team for a valued $3.5 billion to the Adelson family, who owns the Las Vegas Sands casino, according to the Associated Press.
Bucs Outlast Warriors in Thriller
Winter WI - The Prentice Buccaneers came into the James Langham Gymnasium (Winter WI) on December 4th, 2023. Prentice came into the game with a 3-1 record, averaging 69.75 points per game behind their Sophomore bucket-getter, Evan Lord. Evan Lord came into the game average 32.75 points per contest.
Don Demeter: A Baseball Journey from Dodgers to Pastoral Leadership
*This article is enhanced with AI and sourced from Wikipedia. Don Demeter's baseball journey, spanning from the iconic Brooklyn Dodgers to pastoral leadership in Oklahoma, is a remarkable tale of athletic prowess, personal resilience, and a commitment to a life beyond the ballpark.
Oklahoma's Jim Thorpe: The Unforgettable Odyssey of a Sporting Luminary
*This article is enhanced with AI and sourced from Wikipedia. Born in 1887 into the Sac and Fox Nation in Oklahoma, Jim Thorpe's life was destined to be extraordinary. A native son with an innate athletic gift, his journey from the hallowed grounds of the Carlisle Indian Industrial School to the world stage is a tale of triumph, controversy, and enduring legacy.
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The Dallas Cowboys Should Go All-In on Bill Belichick: A Perfect Match in the Making
The winds of change are blowing strong in the NFL, and one legendary figure at the heart of the storm is none other than Bill Belichick. After an illustrious 24-season tenure with the New England Patriots, rumors abound that the coaching maestro's time in Massachusetts may be drawing to a close. As the dust settles on a potential exit, one NFL team should seize the opportunity to welcome Belichick into their fold, and that team is the Dallas Cowboys.
Philadelphia 76ers' Kelly Oubre Jr. Hospitalized After Terrifying Hit-and-Run
Philadelphia 76ers player Kelly Oubre Jr. suffered injuries in a hit-and-run incident while walking near his downtown Philadelphia home on Saturday night. The 27-year-old basketball player was struck by a speeding vehicle at an intersection, resulting in a broken rib and injuries to his hip and right leg. The incident occurred around 7:20 p.m., and Oubre was promptly taken to Jefferson Hospital in stable condition.
New Las Vegas Coach Antonio Pierce Says He Was ‘Born a Raider’ Ahead of Leading Team
Antonio Pierce spent his nine-year NFL career playing on the East Coast for Washington and the New York Giants from 2001 to ’09. However, when the Raiders named Pierce as the interim head coach early Wednesday morning after Las Vegas owner Mark Davis fired head coach Josh McDaniels and general manager Dave Ziegler, it was move that made total sense for the team’s linebackers coach.
Atlanta Hawks hold off Milwaukee Bucks, 127-110, on Sunday night
MILWAUKEE — Trae Young scored 20 points to lead eight players in double figures, and the Atlanta Hawks limited Damian Lillard to six points while routing the listless Milwaukee Bucks 127-110 on Sunday night for their first victory of the season.
Stephen A. Smith Strikes Again: ESPN's Unwanted Awkward Moments
In the ever-competitive world of sports broadcasting, charisma, knowledge, and insightful analysis are often keys to a successful career. However, one individual has consistently failed to meet these criteria, and it's high time ESPN seriously considered parting ways with Stephen A. Smith. His recent awkward conversation during a "First Take" debate about Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce is merely the latest in a long line of cringe-worthy moments that tarnish ESPN's reputation.
Opinion: Time to Address Stephen A. Smith's Inappropriate Behavior on "First Take"
In sports commentary, no name is as well-known or as polarizing as Stephen A. Smith. The boisterous ESPN analyst has become a fixture on the "First Take" morning show alongside co-host Molly Qerim and other well-known names in the business. While his passionate and sometimes aggressive style has earned him legions of fans, it has also brought with it a string of controversies, raising serious questions about the appropriateness of his behavior on air.
In Defense of MLB's New Playoff System: Let's Give It a Chance
Major League Baseball's playoff system has been a topic of debate lately, with critics pointing to the struggles of top-seeded teams like the Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Baltimore Orioles in the postseason. However, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred's recent statement defending the new playoff format is a strong reminder that change takes time, and the revamped system is not to blame for our unexpected results.
Tyson Says The Infamous Boxing Promoter Don King Had Referees In His Pocket And Rigged Fights
There has always been suspicion in boxing that fights have been set up or otherwise manipulated for a predetermined outcome. Recently, a clip from a podcast filmed in Saudi Arabia with Mike Tyson and John Fury, father to current WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, went viral for the inflammatory comments Tyson made.
Deion and Shedeur Sanders have Colorado rolling toward bowl eligibility after taking over 1-11 team
DENVER (AP) — Colorado coachDeion Sandersbelieves it’s high time his quarterback son earns a lucrative watch deal. After all, Shedeur Sanders has made holding up his wrist adorned with a pricey timepiece a viral — and fashionable — trend. NFL players are even mimicking the gesture, with Las Vegas Raiders receiver Davante Adams displaying his watch entering the stadium Monday night. Music producer DJ Khaled is on board, too, calling the gesture “The Shedeur.”
Deebo fires back at Parsons for saying Kittle made things ‘personal'
Deebo fires back at Parsons for saying Kittle made things ‘personal' originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area. Deebo Samuelcame to his teammate's defense after Cowboys star defenderMicah Parsonshad some words forGeorge Kittleand the 49ers.
MLB playoffs 2023: From 100 wins to zero, Dodgers on the brink again, 'fresh start' for Diamondbacks
Finishing second in the NL West does not actually give you an edge in the postseason, despite what Los Angeles Dodgers fans might be thinking right now. One year after the San Diego Padres knocked out the 111-win Dodgers and two years after the Dodgers knocked out the 107-win San Francisco Giants, the Arizona Diamondbacks — 2023’s version of the scrappy second fiddle — are threatening to send the Dodgers’ season out with another tune on the world’s smallest violin.
Dolphins break NFL record in battle with Giants
The Miami Dolphins have had one of the most prolific offenses in the NFL this year, but what they’ve been doing is historic. On Sunday, the Dolphins set the NFL record for the most yards through a team’s first five games of a season, passing the 2,527-yard mark that the St. Louis Rams recorded in 2,000.
Cavaliers’ Jarrett Allen out at least 2 weeks with ankle injury diagnosed as bone bruise
Cleveland Cavaliers center Jarrett Allen is out for at least two weeks due to a left ankle injury, which has now been diagnosed as a bone bruise. Allen, 25, was believed to have suffered the injury during practice.
Lakers owner Jeanie Buss reveals she received death threats from fans during the past NBA season
It seems that after a rough start to the past 2022/23 season, many Lakers fans were willing to go as far as threaten their team’s owner to the death in order to get the purple and gold on the winning route. In a recent interview on “The Athletic NBA Show”, Jeanie Buss revealed all the reprehensible actions taken by fans which affected her mental state.
ESPN’s Malika Andrews granted restraining order against man for harassing her and Stephen A. Smith
ESPN’s Malika Andrews, the host of “NBA Today,” was granted a restraining order against Ahmed Abubakar, a 41-year-old man from New Jersey. The order was first approved last Friday by a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge, according to TMZ Sports. Abubakar also allegedly harassed “First Take” commentator Stephen A. Smith and host Molley Qerim.