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Former Bengals LB Nate Webster Accused of Raping 15 Year Old Girl

The title is disturbing enough and it hurts my heart to think something like this could be true, but reports tell us that former linbebacker of the Cincinnati Bengals is being investigated for accusations of raping a 15 year old girl.

Here are the details.

Former Cincinnati Bengals middle linebacker Nate Webster is in serious trouble with the law, indicted on seven felony sex crimes involving him allegedly committing sexual battery against a 15-year-old girl, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Continue reading Former Bengals LB Nate Webster Accused of Raping 15 Year Old Girl

Charles Barkley Irks Knicks Organization, Issues Apology

 During TNT ‘s pregame show Tuesday, Barkley criticized D’Antoni’s coaching and added, ‘That’s why they are going to have a new coach next year.’ D’Antoni got word of it via text message after the Knicks ‘ loss. Barkley has become notorious for his negative take on the Knicks, but according to multiple sources, this comment, especially with D’Antoni in the midst of a playoff series, infuriated several members of the Knicks organization, most notably Walsh. D’Antoni, who has a year left on his contract after this season, has been under fire from the media about some of his coaching decisions and philosophies. Continue reading Charles Barkley Irks Knicks Organization, Issues Apology

Timberwolves Head Coach Kurt Rambis Expects to be Fired

Kurt Rambis Head coach of the Minnesota Timberwolves expects to be fired. Timeframe or when exactly is still unknown. In the NBA it’s just the way things go. When a team doesn’t mesh, comes out with the worst record in the league, and you want to throw the blame and get rid of someone—- the head coach is usually the first with the boot. Continue reading Timberwolves Head Coach Kurt Rambis Expects to be Fired

Video:Texas A&M Coach Gary Blaire Hits the Dougie at the NCAA Final Four

 

The dancing in basketball is funnier to me than the touchdown victory dances in football. After beating the Irish of Notre Dame and bringing a silence to all the talk of their star player Skylar Diggins, the coach was encouraged into doing the dougie.

Now this may be the worst rendition EVER but hey, who said there was an age limit to modern dance moves, if that’s what we want to call it. Texas A&M took the win over Notre Dame in a 76-70 victory in a game that was everything the men’s wanted theirs to be on Monday night. The men’s game was awful and dreadful to watch, making it the lowest scoring game in NCAA history since 1949. The women’s was the complete opposite and the 6 point victory may even mask to those who didn’t tune in just how close and suspenseful this game was at moments. The Star of the night for Texas A&M was Center Danielle Adams who finished the game with an outstanding 30 pts and 9 boards, elevating Texas to the NCAA Championship title.

NCAA Final Game: UConn V Butler. Who Do You Have Winning?

So the Championship game comes down to the Uconn Huskies and the Butler Bulldogs. Cinderella story for the Bulldogs has now turned into a discussion of Good Vs. Evil as we head to the Championship game. Butler being the more admirable, ethical underdogs and Uconn being the well favored evil of the two. I think this argument is brought up more so because of the coach. While on Twitter last night someone mentioned the 2 “cheaterist” coaches go head to head in reference to the Uconn-Kentucky game. Coach Calhoun received suspension from 3 games next season for recruiting violation. Read more about it here and what other penalties the NCAA hit the Uconn athletic department with including scholarship deductions and not limited to future recruiting restrictions. Don’t look at UConn coach Jim Calhoun, who was ruled by the NCAA to have overseen a program that was not in compliance with the rulebook, and equate Calhoun to UConn. He’s the UConn coach, yes. That’s his program. Those are his players.  So who do I have winning? The cinderalla team Butler? Or the less exciting story of the Huskies beating the #8 seed? Continue reading NCAA Final Game: UConn V Butler. Who Do You Have Winning?

Matt Barnes Speaks on Ejection and Altercation during Lakers-Mavs Game

Matt Barnes has brought the hood into the Staples Center. Yes, we have seen Kobe bump elbows with a few people as well, in the video Matt explains the situation and how he came to make sure the situation did not escalate. You get a side eye from me Mr. Barnes. Just like Lebron had to use the restroom and missed introduction. okay!

Tempers flared and tension rose in the fourth quarter of the Los Angeles Lakers’ 110-82 victory over the Dallas Mavericks last night.The Lakers had a 90-73 lead when backup point guard Steve Blake drove to the basket and was pushed to the ground by Dallas’ Jason Terry, not sure if intentional or by mistake. Blake immediately went after Terry and a shoving match ensued.

The brawl then escalated when Los Angeles’ Matt Barnes joined in and shoved Terry. Looks like Barnes didn’t do so well STOPPING the issue from escalating. Dallas center Brendan Haywood got involved as well just before the players were quickly separated. Continue reading Matt Barnes Speaks on Ejection and Altercation during Lakers-Mavs Game