Early Saturday morning, there was this tweet from Plain-Dealer reporter Brian Windhorst: “Word is LeBron indeed advised Paul to demand a trade but he wants CP3 to stay in Western Conf. to make a better rivalry.” Then, this appeared in the Sunday Vegas gossip column: “NBA All-Stars LeBron James and Chris Paul, playing with $500 blackjack chips Friday at Wynn Las Vegas.” Yesterday, this tweet from LeBron: “There’s no such thing as a ‘Reliable source.’ Don’t believe it people. The truth these days is so far gone. No credibility.” As a fan who wants CP3 in New York … yes, we’d be peeved if LeBron was working his magic behind-the-scenes to keep the league’s top point guard out West. [Review-Journal]
Messi broke the Champions League goal-scoring record on Tuesday, too.
Richard Sherman and Doug Baldwin Took Aim at the NFL's Media Policy with the Help of a Cardboard Cutout
As they say in the video, very interesting.
It's (Long Past) Time for NFL Owners to Get Rid of Automatic Home Playoff Games for Division Winners
A rule that should have been changed long ago.
Lionel Messi has also scored in this match.
Would love to see him compete in a game of HORSE.