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Check Out Michael Jordan’s Luxury Pad Before It Sells for Millions
Check Out Michael Jordan’s Luxury Pad Before It Sells for Millions
If you’re in the market for a new place and wouldn’t mind relocating to the Midwest, we have found a sweet deal for you. Baird & Warner Realty in the Chicago metro appears to be selling Michael Jordan’s house. The listing doesn’t say it’s Jordan’s house, but it has a basketball court and the entrance gate says 23. We did the math.
Yao Ming Retires After Injury-Plagued Career
Yao Ming Retires After Injury-Plagued Career
Oft-injured Houston Rockets center Yao Ming has informed the NBA he has retired after eight seasons in the league. Yahoo! Sports first reported the news. The top pick in the 2002 draft was an eight-time all-star, despite averaging just 48 games in each of the last five seasons. Yao appeared in only five games during the 2010-11 season after suffering a stress fracture in his left leg Nov. 10. Read
Hitler Reacts to Miami Heat’s NBA Championship Loss [VIDEO]
Hitler Reacts to Miami Heat’s NBA Championship Loss [VIDEO]
The latest edition of the Hitler 'Downfall' Internet meme has the Fuhrer furiously bemoaning the demise of the Miami Heat and its star, LeBron James, who lost the 2011 NBA Championship to the Dallas Mavericks Sunday night. Hitler blasts LeBron as "the biggest choke artist since David Carradine" and calls Miami Heat coach Eric Spoelstra "the most obvious puppet since Mussolini"
LeBron James’ Mom Arrested in Miami
LeBron James’ Mom Arrested in Miami
Gloria James, the mother of Basketball star LeBron James, was arrested early Thursday morning and cited with "misdemeanor simple battery" following a scuffle at the Miami Beach Hotel, RadarOnline is exclusively reporting. James was arrested and taken into custody around 4:57AM after she "got into an altercation with one of the car parking valets who works for a private company contr
Blake Griffin Jumps Over a Car [VIDEO]
Blake Griffin Jumps Over a Car [VIDEO]
In a high-scoring display, the West beat the East 148-143 in Sunday's NBA All-Star game at Staples Center in Los Angeles, but the real story was one particular all-star -- Kobe Bryant. The hometown favorite scored 37 points and was named the All-Star Game MVP for the fourth time, tying the record for the most All-Star MVP trophies in NBA history with Bob Pettit -- read more after the jump... Read