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TMZ recently caught up with former NBA point guard, Gilbert Arenas, and asked him what the results would be if he and 50-year-old Michael Jordan battled in a 1-on-1 game to 5. After giving it some thought, the 31-year-old said he would take down MJ, 5-2, but also added that if he was going against a younger “NBA Jordan” that he would be shut out, 20-0.
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Breaking news: Pau Gasol will be shaving his beard.
Earlier this summer, Pau and his brother, Marc Gasol, teamed up with the Boys & Girls Clubs in Los Angeles and Memphis for what they termed the "Healthy Competition 2013." The competition, which the brothers used to kick off their new foundation, the Gasol Foundation, challenged the children in L.A. and Memphis to...
Former Wizards star Gilbert Arenas told TMZ that he could beat Michael Jordan right now (photo courtesy of NBA.com)
Both Gilbert Arenas and Michael Jordan used to be Washington Wizards. One had a very solid career in DC, the other joined at the twilight of his Hall of Fame career. But with photos and videos surfacing of Michael Jordan still dunking at the ripe old age of 50, Arenas...
Here’s the good news: Nick Young threw down some nice dunks at the Drew League over the weekend and you can check them out in the video below. The bad news is that his team lost their game and were knocked out of the playoffs, meaning there’s going to be no more Swaggy P highlights from the Drew this summer.
Anyway, it was a good run for Young at the Drew League over the past...
On Sunday morning, the Magic's $17 million traded player exception expired and a large asset the team could have used was let go. The opportunity to use it just never came up.
Steve Kyler of HoopsWorld reports the Magic were trying to use it up until the deadline and tried to use it to entice a young asset or draft picks out of teams involved in the major deals this summer...