Marshawn Lynch continued his off season press tour Monday night on Conan (and by press tour, we me mean making random television appearances that — to the chagrin of beat writers everywhere — don’t involve the NFL at all), marking the second time this year the Seahawks running back has appeared on the late night show.
Bill Walton needs his own TV show. Hell, Bill Walton needs his own TV network.
After once being so desperate to sell his Miami condo that he once offered four club seats to Super Bowl XLV back in 2010 to anyone who would buy the place, Shawn Marion finally rid himself of his rather luxurious living space.
You probably didn’t expect to see Jimmer Fredette breaking it down on the dance floor when you woke up this morning, but he broke it down and then some. Fredette attended former BYU teammate Brandon Davies’ wedding over the weekend and joined his fellow groomsmen in doing the “Nae Nae.” It was fantastic. Top 12
.@KDTrey5 stopped by @DaveandBusters in Culver City and is challenging random kids in mini Hoop. pic.twitter.com/70sMGonkP5 — Jacques Slade (@kustoo) June 27, 2015 Kevin Durant was in Culver City on Saturday to help celebrate the release of the KD 8’s first official colorway but Durant did more than sign a couple of shoes. First KD8
Jahlil Okafor is quickly realizing how ruthless American professional sports are.
Lance “Born Ready” Stephenson isn’t just a baller from the streets of Brooklyn, he’s a rapper.
If you didn’t already know, which is pretty much impossible by the way he keeps repeating it over-and-over again, Michael Jordan was a pretty good one-on-one player.
Jeremy Lamb, famous for being one of the “other guys” in the James Harden trade, paid the ultimate price this week for not giving dap to Russell Westbrook this season, as the Oklahoma City Thunder traded him to the Charlotte Hornets.
Stephen Curry was hanging out at his basketball camp in Pebble Beach on Thursday and the man decided to put on a bit of a show for all involved. Curry brought the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy to the event so that his adoring and adorable fans could touch it. Stephen Curry Basketball Camp in Pebble
The Charlotte Hornets got their man Thursday night: Frank “The Tank” Kaminsky, the Naismith Player of the Year and star of NCAA basketball runner-up Wisconsin.
Connor Toole is a genius that deserves a serious pay raise from Elite Daily. The writer/blogger came up with a brilliant idea to punk NBA fans on Thursday night. He pretended to be drafted by the Utah Jazz and proceeded to walk around and party in New York City while fans flocked to his side,