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This Weineck Cobra 780 is beautiful! – Brosome
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Johnny’s going pro, he picked an agent – College Football Talk
OUCH! Brayden Schenn gets cut on his stomach by skate – Diehard Sport
Texas donor bashes Charlie Strong – Yahoo Sports
Andrew Bynum was waived. LOLOLOL! – SB Nation
Whoa, sweet rig – BGR
Xbox Music for iOS updated to support offline playback – The Verge
Need nightvision on your iPhone? – Engadget
WANT! 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Has 620 Horses, 650 Pound Feet Of Torque – Jalopnik
This looks fun! The Jaguars set up a zipline!
Audrina Patridge posing for FitnessGurls
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Thursday Throwback: Bama and A&M, 50 best college hoops players, Galaxy S3, and Audrina
Audibles: Madison Murray, Odell Beckham’s amazing catch, Uncle Phil died
Audibles: The Florida State Seminoles are BCS Champions, Andrew Bynum was traded, Jenn Sterger seems happy
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If Andrew Bynum clears waivers, which is expected to happen, he will then become an unrestricted free agent and can sign with any NBA team. The 26-year-old center, who was waived by the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday after the team acquired him in a trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday, is drawing interest from eight teams, per ESPN’s Chris Broussard. I'm told 8 teams are...
There are a few different outcomes we’ve come to expect from witnessing a bonerattling hit. One of those outcomes is definitely not a player taking a skate to the stomach like Flyers forward Brayden Schenn did earlier tonight.
Schenn, being the hockey player that he is, returned to the ice after letting the trainer tend to his wounds.
The post Brayden Schenn takes...
Flyers center Brayden Schenn was making a play on Devils forward Dainius Zubrus right in front of the Devils bench and came in with a punishing hit. The hit was hard enough that it sent Zubrus falling to his backside. Meanwhile, that sent Zubrus' skates up in the air and Schenn got in the way.Zubrus' skate sliced Schenn's stomach and you could see the agony that Schenn...
With Andrew Bynum finally being waived before his 2013-14 contract became fully guaranteed, he's bound to garner some interest on the free agent market once he clears waivers. The natural places to start looking for possible suitors is contending hopefuls that need some help in the middle, assuming Bynum can actually be healthy enough to contribute during the playoffs.
As expected, the Chicago Bulls have released Andrew Bynum after acquiring the center and three future draft picks from the Cleveland Cavaliers for Luol Deng on Monday.
After losing Derrick Rose to injury once again, the Bulls are looking ahead to the future. With the trade, rebuilding in Chicago is underway, and the release of Bynum will open up some valuable cap space for the team...
The Chicago Bulls have waived Andrew Bynum, according to CBS Sports' Ken Berger.
Bynum was acquired in a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers in a deal involving Luol Deng.
Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times reports that the Los Angeles Clippers are not expected to pursue Bynum due to the issues arising from his time with the Cavaliers.
The Miami Heat will reportedly express interest in Bynum.
Andrew Bynum is a two-time NBA champion, he is young, talented and good, but also injury prone, immature and…waived. After the Cleveland Cavaliers sent him to Chicago in exchange for Luol Deng, the Bulls waived him without hesitation, getting rid of his contract, leaving the young center without a team. Which team would benefit from […]The post Should Miami Heat Get Andrew Bynum...
The first time I saw Andrew Bynum up close was an exact replication of the way a small child runs into an adult’s legs and slowly raises their eye level until they can get a full glimpse of the substantually larger human who’s standing before them. It was this past October at Cleveland Clinic Courts, the pristine practice facility which was nestled behind all of the early-autumn...
CLEVELAND -- With time running out and the Cavaliers needing to reach a decision on what to do with center Andrew Bynum, it appears they are nearing a deal, sources told FOX Sports Ohio late Monday.
With whom and for what, however, remains murky.
Sources familiar with ongoing trade talks could only say the Cavs are close to pulling off a deal, and that the the deal involves Bynum...
The Chicago Bulls have traded Luol Deng to the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for Andrew Bynum, three future draft picks and the right to swap 2015 first-round picks. The 9-year NBA veteran is averaging 19 points, 6.9 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game this season.
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The Cleveland Cavaliers have acquired All-Star forward Luol Deng from the Chicago...
In a move signaling the differing directions of three franchises, the Cleveland Cavaliers acquired forward Luol Deng from the Chicago Bulls in exchange for center Andrew Bynum, three future draft picks, and the right to swap 2015 first round picks with Cleveland (1-14 protected), Cavs General Manager Chris Grant announced Monday night.In exchange for Deng, the Cavs sent Bynum; Cleveland’s...
Chicago Bulls star Luol Deng has been traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Andrew Bynum and draft picks, a league source told RealGM.
Deng had been in constant trade speculation, and the Bulls were adamant they wouldn’t deal the two-time NBA All-Star in a salary dump. Nevertheless, the non-guaranteed portion of Bynum’s salary – saving the Bulls upwards of $15 million – had...
The Chicago Bulls have agreed to trade SF Luol Deng to the Cleveland Cavaliers for C Andrew Bynum and three draft picks.This trade puts the Bulls under the luxury tax while acquiring three future picks, and sends Cleveland their first star SF since LeBron James. More information from Brian Windhorst of ESPN: “The deal will […]The post BREAKING NEWS: Chicago Bulls Trade Luol Deng...
The Lakers go to Dallas with a 14-20 record while the Mavericks come in at 19-15.
After being in a rumored trade to the Cavaliers for Andrew Bynum, Pau Gasol once again lives to see another day in LA. After coming back from injury Pau has been en fuego. In the last two games he’s averaged 24/13.5/6.5 with 3 blocks on 51.3% shooting. Despite not knowing if he would have stayed with...
With their season quickly sliding toward yet another trip to the NBA lottery, the Cleveland Cavaliers had to do something to slow their freefall toward irrelevance.
They needed a scorer, a defender, a leader, and perhaps most importantly, someone to show their young players how to win.
Luol Deng fills every hole.
The Cavs acquired Deng, a two-time All-Star small forward with Chicago...