Louisville Cardinals Basketball Team Is Accused Of Using Prostitutes And Strippers To Recruit Players

Another college basketball recruiting fiasco has reached national attention. Continue reading Louisville Cardinals Basketball Team Is Accused Of Using Prostitutes And Strippers To Recruit Players

Lil Wayne Recreates Classic Sports Calls On ESPN’s SportsCenter

Lil Wayne‘s love of sports is no secret to fans of Hip-Hop and sports. Being one of the most vocal entertainers who is a sports fanatic, Weezy can often been seen court side at NBA games, NCAA games, even walking Floyd Mayweather to the ring during championship bouts. ESPN began capitalizing on this years ago when they’ve had the New Orleans rapper giving his commentary on their flagship show SportsCenter and arguing with Stephen A. Smith & Skip Bayless on First Take.

Fresh off of his appearance on First Take 2 weeks ago, Lil Wayne makes another appearance on SportsCenter, this time recreating the narration of famous sports moments throughout history. “Down Goes Frazier,” “Havlicek Stole The Ball,” & “The Band Is On The Field” all get a Weezy remix. Press the Play button above to view video.

Serena Williams’ World Tour Hits Its Last Stop at the U.S. Open

Yes, it is his girl’s tour

Serena Williams will bring her dominance to Queens, New York, as the 2015 U.S. Open begins today. Williams will begin the quest to complete the calendar year Grand Slam against 25-year-old Vitalia Diatchenko in the opening round.

The Russian tennis player is ranked as the #86 player in the world. Williams has already completed the Serena Slam–she’s the current title-holder of all four major championships–but winning this U.S. Open will put her in a place of dominance experienced few. Names such as Jordan and Tiger are among the only people who could compare to the sheer greatness taking place.

The final stop on the world tour starts in Queens today, but the legacy will reach far beyond center court. 7 pm tonight.

King Jut (@KingJut92)

Stephen A Smith goes on Twitter Rant.

ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith has long been critics for his views points on various issues. It seems as if the comments in his mentions has got him “charged up.” People to take offense to his stance on Seattle Seahawks’ running back Marshawn Lynch not speaking to the media.

The First Take star went on twitter to do what else, voice his opinion.

Marshawn Lynch was fined earlier today by the NFL for 75,000 for not speaking to the media during the Super Bowl run.

King Jut (@KingJut92)

Lil Wayne Stops By ESPN First Take And Discusses Green Bay Packers, Tom Brady, LA Lakers, N.W.A. Movie And More

Lil Wayne has remained in the headlines all throughout 2015. Whether it is his current legal dispute with Cash Money Records, on again off again beef with Young Thug, or his “Free Weezy Album,” there is not a week that goes by without a Weezy siting on the web. With that said, Wayne has not be vocal on the interview front, being very selective as to whom he gives his time to.

Today, Lil Wayne made a return visit to ESPN’s First Take, where he joined Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless to discuss today’s hot topics in the sports world, but also delved into the entertainment foray as he spoke on the N.W.A. biopic.

A few take aways from the interview are that Wayne is still a die hard Green Bay Packers fan, he is apathetic toward Tom Brady‘s “Deflate-gate” situation, and still believes Kobe Bryant is one of the best players in the NBA currently.

Overseas Elite wins Grand Prize Of $1 Million Dollars In The Basketball Tournament

With a field of over 97 teams, Overseas Elite emerged as the champs and bread winners of the TBT. Continue reading Overseas Elite wins Grand Prize Of $1 Million Dollars In The Basketball Tournament

Action Bronson Implies He Raps Better Than Ghostface Killah

[Ghostface] isn’t rapping like this no more.”

Who knows what made Action Bronson make a statement that sounded anything remotely like he was better than Wu swordsman Ghostface Killah, but on his appearance on ESPN‘s Sports Nation, the most visible member of the Queens based Outdoorsmen crew said something really slick with Ghost’s name attached to it. See the video above and judge for yourself.

-Sha Be Allah(@KingPenStatus)

The Clippers are Trying to Get DeAndre Jordan to Renege on Mavs Deal & Come Back to L.A. [UPDATE: It’s Official]

UPDATE: According to ESPN sources, DeAndre Jordan has signed a 4-year, $88 million contract with the Clippers, after agreeing in principle to join the Dallas Mavericks last week.

The process of signing Jordan was no well-kept secret. The events of yesterday played out like a soap opera yesterday, beginning with ESPN reporter Marc Stein‘s announcement that the Clippers were flying down to Houston to attempt to make DeAndre Jordan change his mind about signing a 5-year deal with the Dallas Mavericks. Then there was the emoji battle on Twitter, reports that Jordan was crying during the Clips’ video presentation, and before you know it, the Clippers claimed they’d had a commitment.

Blake Griffin tweeted a picture of a chair holding a door closed, insinuating that they were indeed holding Jordan hostage until he was eligible to re-sign at midnight. Paul Pierce, who hasn’t yet played a game for the Clippers, tweeted “that’s why they brought me here,” with a picture of Jordan signing his Clippers contract with Doc Rivers grinning from ear-to-ear behind him.

Totally awesome.


ESPN sources are reporting that the Los Angeles Clippers are trying to convince their former center, DeAndre Jordan, to change his mind, not sign a long-term deal with the Dallas Mavericks tomorrow, and return to the L.A. Free agents are not able to sign deals till July 9. Marc Stein is reporting that point guard Chris Paul, with whom Jordan has had several reported issues–partially his alleged reason for leavingis “pushing” for DeAndre to change his mind. ESPN anchor Michael Eaves is reporting that prominent members of the Clippers organization, including Paul, Doc Rivers, Steve Ballmer and Paul Pierce, have flown down to Houston to meet with Jordan, with the goal of completing the deal by 11pm.

Jordan had agreed to a 4-year deal worth $80 million with the Dallas Mavericks last week, and aside from the reported Chris Paul drama, it was rumored that Jordan also wanted to be more involved in the offense. We’ll have to wait and see if Jordan will make one of the craziest move in free-agency history, but the next few hours will surely be a whirlwind.

Already, reports are trickling out from Jordan’s meeting claiming that he was so torn by the decision in front of him, he cried while watching the Clippers’ video presentation.


Wow. More updates as soon as we get them.

King Jut (@KingJut92)

Lil’ B Confirms/Denies the “Based God Curse” on ESPN

The gifts just keep on coming

Lil B has successfully bestowed the belief that his “Based God Curse” is real, and active, on just about everyone in basketball media. Why? He gets results. No one that Lil B has “cursed” has found themselves in a favorable position towards the end of this year’s post-season, from Kevin Durant‘s foot injury and the Thunder missing the postseason altogether, to James Harden‘s bowing out of the playoffs in the Western Conference Finals in 5 games. LeBron James hasn’t been officially cursed, but Lil B has been very public with his disdain for James’ uncredited use of his signature cooking dance.

So, ESPN, adding more fuel to the fire, invited Lil B up for a short segment called Cursed or Not Cursed, in which Lil B confirms or denies whether or not Kevin Durant, LeBron James, James Harden and Marreese Speights are still under the “Based God Curse.”

The Things We Learn in Sports This Week May 30-June 5

Another week has come and gone in world of sports and the focus of the week is simply cause and effect. What you put out into the world, you will receive back, good or bad.President of FIFA Sepp Blatter headlines that idea this week. Blatter was reelected and resigned within a week.  Seems like all that garbage he has put forth has finally started to sink. Guess he has to be fresh as hell while the feads watching. Blatter, Lebron James, and Cam Newton highlight this idea in week that was.