Antonio Brown Granted Bail While Facing 3 Charges

Antonio Brown Granted Bail While Facing 3 Charges Brown currently faces three charges after turning himself in following an arrest warrant issued in Broward County. The charges include felony burglary with battery, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and criminal mischief. Brown is alleged to have physically assaulted a moving truck driver earlier this week. The former NFL star is accused of throwing a rock at the driver's truck before a scuffle outside Brown's home. Brown was able to secure a bond to cover his bail set at $100,000. His trainer, Glenn Holt, was also arrested for his alleged involvement in the incident. Brown's off-the-field issues continue to pile up, causing more skepticism to grow over a plausible return to football.

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The Latest: Baseball coach, family also killed…

A Southern California community college baseball coach, his wife and daughter were among those killed in the crash of the helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant and his daughter

Kobe Bryant, daughter killed in copter crash, 7…

NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter and seven others are dead after their helicopter went down in Southern California

Serena Williams Makes Shocking Exit From 2020…

Serena Williams Makes Shocking Exit From 2020 Australian Open On Jan. 24, tennis legend Serena Williams was defeated by Qiang Wang in the third round of the 2020 Australian Open. Her loss came as a shock to many, as Williams was seeded at No. 8 and had previously won the tournament seven times. In the first set, Wang, seeded at No. 27, dominated with a score of 6-4. Williams managed to bounce back and force a tie-breaker in the second set, winning 7-2 against Wang. Her luck came to a halt in the third set however, as Wang finished the match with a 7-5 win. Her loss and subsequent exit from the Australian Open marks Williams’s earliest exit ever from the tournament. When asked about the match afterwards, Williams said she was shocked by the outcome. Serena Williams, via ‘Washington Post’ She went on to say that the way she played was “unprofessional” and that she couldn’t afford to play like that “at this stage of [her] career.” Serena Williams, via ‘Washington Post’

Reaction to the death of retired NBA superstar…

The basketball world and beyond is reacting to the death of retired NBA superstar Kobe Bryant in a helicopter crash on Sunday at age 41

The Latest: Lizzo wins third Grammy after opening…

Lizzo has won the Grammy for best pop solo performance for “Truth Hurts” in what is already shaping up to be a big night for the R&B singer-songwriter

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LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo Named…

LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo Named All-Star Game Captains LeBron and Giannis led the Western and Eastern Conferences in fan votes for the second year in a row. All 10 starters for the 2020 NBA All-Star Game were announced on Thursday night. Joining LeBron from the Western Conference are James Harden, Anthony Davis, Kawhi Leonard and Luka Doncic. Kemba Walker, Trae Young, Pascal Siakam and Joel Embiid were chosen alongside Giannis from the Eastern Conference. James and Antetokounmpo will choose the rosters based on the pool of starters and reserves from each conference. James led all players in voting and was named to his 16th All-Star team. He trails only Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Kobe Bryant for the most selections in NBA history. The 2020 NBA All-Star Game will take place on Feb. 16 in Chicago.

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Waiters takes blame for the issues that led to…

Dion Waiters of the Miami Heat spoke publicly for the first time in weeks Sunday, taking the blame for the issues that have led to him being suspended three times already this season

Nantes fans remember Sala; Neymar pays tribute to…

Nantes fans paid an emotional tribute to Emiliano Sala before Sunday's home game against Bordeaux, a year after the Argentine striker's death in a plane crash shook the soccer world

Philadelphia Flyers Mascot Gritty Under…

Philadelphia Flyers Mascot Gritty Under Investigation for Assault Police in Philadelphia are reportedly investigating an assault accusation against Gritty, the official mascot of the Flyers, the city’s National Hockey League team. Gritty is being accused of punching a 13-year-old boy in 2019 during a photo opportunity for season ticket holders. The boy is said to have patted Gritty on the head before walking away which prompted the mascot to take a “running start” and punch the boy “as hard as he could.” According to the boy’s father, Chris Greenwell, the punch caused a “contusion” to his son’s “lower thoracic spine,” otherwise known as a bruise. Greenwell initially attempted to handle the situation directly with the Flyers, asking the team to apologize and do “something special” for his son. However, his communication with the team allegedly “went south,” prompting him to file an official police complaint. The Flyers have since denied any wrongdoing by Gritty, saying they found “nothing to support [Greenwell’s] claim.” Flyers spokesperson, to ‘The Philadelphia Inquirer’

James passes Bryant on NBA scoring list in Lakers…

LeBron James scored 29 points and moved past Kobe Bryant for third on the NBA's career scoring list

Zach LaVine scores 44 as Bulls beat Cavaliers 118…

Zach LaVine had another dominating performance against Cleveland by scoring 44 points and the Chicago Bulls defeated the Cavaliers 118-106

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Zion Williamson Makes Record-Breaking NBA Debut

Zion Williamson Makes Record-Breaking NBA Debut In the most anticipated NBA debut since LeBron James, Zion did not disappoint. The rookie set a new Pelicans record with 22 points in his first game. Williamson scored 17 straight points in the 4th quarter to give New Orleans a 107-106 lead before sitting out the final 5:23 of the game. The San Antonio Spurs defeated the Pelicans 121-117. Zion Williamson, via statement Williamson was 8-of-11 from the field, including 7 rebounds and 3 assists, in just 18 minutes. Alvin Gentry, Pelicans coach, via statement Williamson was the No. 1 pick of the 2019 NBA Draft after playing one season at Duke.