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22 May 2017 19:08:59 -0400
Draymond Green files trademark paperwork for ‘Dray Day’
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green has a podcast called “Dray Day.” Now, he’s looking to take the phrase even further.ESPN’s Darren Rovell reported that Green’s representatives have filled paperwork to have the phrase “Dray Day” trademarked.“The filing, which showed up on the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office website on Monday, seeks to use the phrase on shoes and apparel, on cellphone chargers and cases, backpacks, fitness equipment and podcasts,” Rovell noted.This is a step towards Green accomplishing what he wants to achieve off of the court.“Draymond continues to be focused on building his investment and asset strategy,” Green’s business partner and adviser Daniel Sillman said, per Rovell. “In addition to real estate, one of the areas of interest is media and opportunities around media.”Certainly, athletes filing trademarks is nothing new. According to Rovell’s report, Floyd Mayweather, Tom Brady and Marshawn Lynch are just a few examples of athletes who have multi

22 May 2017 19:03:16 -0400
Aaron Judge gets special fan section at Yankee Stadium
The New York Yankees are wasting little time with their marketing efforts for emerging star Aaron Judge.The Yankees have created a special fan rooting section for Judge called “The Judge’s Chambers.” The area features three rows of seats surrounded by wood paneling like a jury box. It can seat 18 people. Judge, who has clubbed 15 home runs this season, thinks it’s a cool idea.”I was shocked, you know. I was surprised,” Judge said Monday, via the AP. ”I think it’s going to be a pretty cool idea that the fans will like. It will be something the fans I really think will enjoy.”Fans are unable to buy tickets to specifically sit in the section, but for now they may be chosen to sit there. The team could pick fans dressed in Judge gear to sit there. Those who are selected to sit in the section will receive Styrofoam gavels.The section was created by the Yankees last week while the team was on the road, and they say it’s in response to the buzz generated by the slugger.

22 May 2017 18:54:37 -0400
New lawsuit alleges NFL knew about CTE for decades
Is it possible the National Football League was aware of and made efforts to conceal chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) for decades? A recently filed lawsuit alleges exactly that.A lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania state court by the estate of Adrian Robinson Jr., a former NFL linebacker who committed suicide in 2015 and was later determined to have suffered from CTE, claims the league and helmet maker Riddell were aware of the neurological brain disorder associated with concussions and worked to suppress information regarding it.Buried within the dense 97 pages of documents are bold accusations of a league-wide “conspiracy” and “sham-science” used to “advance self-serving conclusions.” The suit also claims there was a “concerted effort that deprioritized human life in the face of profit oft-analogized to the strategies of ‘Big Tobacco.'”The complaint claims there has been knowledge of what we now call CTE dating back to the year 1928 when the Journal of the American Medical Association cond

22 May 2017 18:48:40 -0400
Magic reportedly hire Raptors GM Jeff Weltman as new president
The Orlando Magic have made a decision about the future of their front office.According to The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Magic have hired Raptors GM Jeff Weltman and will make him their new president of basketball operations. Weltman served as an assistant GM for the Milwaukee Bucks before being hired by the Raptors as vice president of basketball operations. He was promoted to GM last year. Weltman has also worked for the Nuggets, Pistons and Clippers during his career.The Magic have been looking for a new executive after firing GM Rob Hennigan in April.

22 May 2017 18:35:24 -0400
62-year-old Greg Norman’s workout video shows he’s still jacked
It’s been roughly eight years since Greg Norman played in his final golf tournament, but that doesn’t mean he’s out of shape — in fact, far from it.Norman clearly still puts a major focus on staying in shape and taking care of his body, judging by this recent workout video which emerged.Here’s Norman doing ab raises on crutches, which is interesting, as you’d think he’d just buy a bar, but whatever works. He can still swing it, too. Hopefully all of us will be in that good of shape at 62 years of age.

22 May 2017 18:12:39 -0400
Celtics celebrated Game 3 win by Facetiming with Isaiah Thomas
While injured Boston Celtics star Isaiah Thomas couldn’t be in Cleveland on Sunday, he was with his team following its thrilling Game 3 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.“After Avery Bradley’s 3-pointer with 0.1 seconds left rattled home to lift Boston to a 111-108 triumph, Thomas texted all of his teammates with words of praise and support,” Chris Forsberg of ESPN wrote. “Gerald Green, one of Thomas’ closest friends on the team, then Facetimed Thomas and the locker room roared when an excited Thomas appeared on the screen.”Boston still has a long way to go before its back in the series. The Celtics still trail 2-1, and while they won without Thomas in Game 3, winning three of the next four without him will be a monumental task. But regardless of what happens in the remainder of the series, Game 3’s comeback will go down as one of the more memorable moments of a postseason that’s been bland.Thomas, who might need hip surgery, was thrilled that he got to share the moment with his teammates. Th

22 May 2017 17:55:30 -0400
Stephen Curry still hobbled by ‘dirty play’ of Dewayne Dedmon
There’s nothing to indicate that Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will miss Monday’s Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals against the San Antonio Spurs. But he won’t be 100 percent, either.“With a bag of ice strapped to his left knee, Stephen Curry limped out of AT&T Center after Warriors shootaround Monday showing the effects of a play he considered dirty,” Monte Pool of NBS Sports Bay Area wrote. “That the Warriors did not list Curry on their morning injury report for Game 4 Monday night does not make the pronounced limp any less real, and he conceded his gait is affected by that play.”Curry was banged up at the end of Game 3’s win on a screen from Dewayne Dedmon (watch here).On Sunday, Curry said, “I know he’s not a dirty player. I’m not going to try to mess up his reputation, but I feel like that was a dirty play,” per Chris Haynes of ESPN.On Monday, when asked about the comments, Curry stated (via Poole), “Yeah, that’s what I said.”While the series score sit

22 May 2017 17:49:25 -0400
Aaron Donald not at Rams' voluntary OTAs, reportedly over contract
Aaron Donald is not present for the Los Angeles Rams’ voluntary offseason team activities, and that decision reportedly has to do with his contract.NFL Media’s Steve Wyche says all indications are that Donald is skipping voluntary OTAs in Thousand Oaks, Calif., because of his contract. The Rams recently picked up Donald’s option for 2018, meaning the defensive lineman is set to be paid around $8.5 million for the next two seasons, which is well under market price for a player of his caliber.Viewed as one of the best defensive players in the league, Donald is looking to get paid accordingly. Rams GM Les Snead said last month that the team is planning to talk about an extension with Donald, because he “deserves a raise.” It sounds like the sides are close on a new deal. The 2014 1st-round pick has recorded 28 sacks in his first three seasons.

22 May 2017 16:52:53 -0400
Enes Kanter wants to become American citizen
Oklahoma City Thunder center Enes Kanter is once again back in the United States after quite a hassle in Romania. Kanter also wants to call America his official home.“Right now I am country-less,” Kanter said, according to ESPN. “I am open to adoption definitely. I am going to try to become an American citizen. I have a green card. We will see if they can speed up the process a little bit. It would definitely be nice. Right now my next move is becoming an American citizen.”Kanter was stranded in Romania after the country of Turkey canceled his passport. Kanter claimed his passport from Turkey was rescinded as a result of his political beliefs, specifically his comments about Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Kanter called Erdogan “the Hitler of our century.”Kanter also claims he received multiple death threats as recently as today, and he said there was the real possibility he would have had to return to Turkey, which would not have been likely to have a positive ending. From ESPN;“It was

22 May 2017 16:11:55 -0400
Report: O.J. Simpson's parole hearing set for July
The Nevada parole board will hear the pleas for freedom from 673 convicted felons in July, and O.J. Simpson will be among them.Simpson, who was incarcerated after being convicted of organizing a 2007 armed robbery at the Palace Station Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, could walk out of the Lovelock Correctional Center as early as October of this year if his parole is granted, reports NBC Los Angeles. However, despite a record indicating that he has no prior felonies, Simpson’s parole has already been denied twice (2013 and 2014).If Simpson’s parole is denied for a third time, the parole board could have him back at any point over the next three years. And if parole is never granted, Simpson will remain incarcerated until Oct. 30, 2020.To date, the 69-year-old Simpson has spent a little over nine years in prison on a 14-year term. Prior to that, he was acquitted of murder in the deaths of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman. However, he was found liable in a civil suit and ordered to pay $33.5 million

22 May 2017 15:34:11 -0400
Baseball may soon enter an era of two-way players
On Sunday, the Los Angeles Times reported that the Dodgers could ask reserve outfielder Brett Eibner to dust off his college fastball and log some innings on the mound.The Times reports that Eibner has already thrown some bullpen sessions in hopes of building arm strength and developing secondary pitches and that the team plans to continue developing him as a pitcher. The plan isn’t to convert him fully to a new position (which isn’t that uncommon) but rather to use him in the outfield and then put him on the mound when the Dodgers’ bullpen is particularly taxed. Basically, he would be a two-way player — one of only a few since the days of Babe Ruth.The Dodgers’ plan isn’t so different from what the Padres attempted this spring with backup catcher turned relief pitcher Christian Bethancourt. That experiment didn’t work so well — Bethancourt batted .143 and had a 14.73 ERA before being sent to Triple-A, where he has a 12.27 ERA — but it at least offered a template of what a two-way player m

22 May 2017 15:23:25 -0400
Kyrie Irving: Cavs were served ‘slice of humble pie’
There’s been a common theme among some of the Cleveland Cavaliers following their Game 3 loss to the Boston Celtics on Sunday night.The Cavs were up by 21 points in the third quarter and allowed the Celtics to get back in the game and eventually win it by three points. Cleveland was up 2-0 in the series after cruising to victories in the first two games and appeared poised to go up 3-0, but then Boston came back.The comeback win seems to be a wakeup call for the Cavs to refocus. Kyrie Irving said as much after the game, as he noted the overconfident Cavs were served a “slice of some humble pie.” “We got a slice of some humble pie. So we’ve got a lot to learn going forward. But they hit us in the mouth, and now it’s our job to hit them back,” Irving said.Kyrie also touched on why Boston was so effective playing without star Isaiah Thomas.“They played absolutely free basketball, and that becomes dangerous. They had really nothing to lose. For us, we have to command our focus and make sure our ex

22 May 2017 15:16:02 -0400
Report: NFL teams question Darrelle Revis’ commitment to the game
Darrelle Revis was once the most feared cornerback in the NFL, but the free agent hasn’t been eagerly pursued since being released by the New York Jets in February.New information is coming out that may shed more light on the why behind this lack of interest.“ contacted officials from four different teams — a head coach, a team executive, a personnel director and a scout — and the consensus is there’s no market for Revis because of a significant decline last season and whispers about his commitment,” Rich Cimini wrote Monday.It’s easy to understand why teams might question Revis’ commitment to the game. Last year, his effort (if you can call it that) was laughable at times, and he even admitted he was falling apart physically.However, since then he says he’s lost weight and is training hard to make a comeback after experiencing his worst season as a pro. Whether that translates to better production on the field remains to be seen.Cimini said the four he interviewed do think there is

22 May 2017 15:05:00 -0400
Zaza Pachulia partially blames Gregg Popovich for his family receiving death threats
Zaza Pachulia of the Golden State Warriors isn’t happy with San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich.By now, most NBA fans know Pachulia had the infamous closeout that injured Kawhi Leonard in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals, which we covered extensively.Popovich spoke out, to which Pachulia responded, which we also covered. Long story short, he didn’t have any ill will during the play, per the Mercury News‘ Tim Kawakami:No. No response. I have a lot of respect for Coach Pop and the organization, whatever they’re going through. A lot of respect. And no comments, no response, and focus on Game 2 is all that’s on my mind.Some fans aren’t buying it, though, and Pachulia has received death threats and has needed additional precautionary security for his family.Now he’s spoken out on the matter and hinted that Popovich’s reaction didn’t help, per USA Today:“Me as a person, as a man, I don’t mind dealing with it. But I hate to see my family deal with it. My wife and my kids, who hav

22 May 2017 14:20:07 -0400
Sens coach Guy Boucher: We know Pens 'are the better team'
The Pittsburgh Penguins made a big statement on Sunday, crushing the Ottawa Senators by a lopsided 7-0 score to grab a big Game 5 win and a 3-2 series lead. There were plenty of talking points following the game, including why Senators coach Guy Boucher kept changing goalies during his team’s dismantling, but the biggest (and the one which should have Sens fans worried) was that Boucher admitted that he thinks the Penguins are the better team. The full quote, courtesy of, goes into a few more specifics.We know they’re a better team,” Boucher said of the Pittsburgh Penguins. “Everybody knows that on the planet. They’re the Stanley Cup champions. They’re the best team in the League. That’s no secret.”That’s not going to give fans too much confidence that the Senators can string together two wins to make the Stanley Cup Final. Boucher could have just said that the Penguins were the better team in Game 5, a statement which could have gone unsaid as the final score effectively tells th

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