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Here’s a quick list of the worst things an athlete can do with his money during or after his professional career:1. Fund an energy drink business 2. Make a mobile gaming app“Get divorced because you can’t stop sleeping with strippers” is a solid number three. Anyway, free agent point guard Baron Davis tore is MCL and ACL in a Knicks game back in May, so he’s used a chunk of that 12-month recovery time to spearhead Getting Buckets, a … ugh, mobile gaming app that features basketball players doing basketball things, but nobody actually playing basketball. Not too late to make Getting Buckets an energy drink, Baron.Getting Buckets is first gaming app from 5 Balloons Interactive, a collaboration between NBA basketball player and businessman Baron Davis and 15 year interactive entertainment producer, Sean O’Brien, which includes Baron, Steve Nash, Rajon Rondo, Brandon Jennings and Candace Parker. It is a 3D endless runner like you have never seen before routed in the sport and culture ...
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When he’s not busy filming public service announcements for New York City’s Department of Transportation, he apparently spends his idle time coming up with pretty neat-looking video games. Davis, currently rehabbing an injury he suffered in a game playing for the New York Knicks in May that saw the point guard tear both his ACL and MCL as well as [...]
Knicks point guard Baron Davis has made the jump into the mobile gaming business. Davis has connected with a former EA Sports exec Sean O’Brien to form “5 Balloons Interactive”. The company will produce a new mobile games for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The first game is already available in the app store [...]
On Thursday, 15 minutes before Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings hit the court, three members of the U.S. basketball team arrived and joined the ladies in a quick, impromptu game, according to NBC.
Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant and James Harden showed up just to watch the women play, but ended up on the warm-up courts outside the main volleyball arena learning just how tough...
Baron Davis is putting his creativity to good use. If you’ve yet to see it, Baron Davis has recently taken on a new role as “Brian Davies“, a reporter devoted to bringing you updates on this year’s Olympic games- in some sort of attempted English accent. Check out some behind the scenes photos:
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Baron Davis is an interesting man on and off the court, and he’s about to prove his creativity even further. Davis has teamed up with former EA Sports creative force Sean O’Brien to form 5 Balloons Interactive, a mobile gaming company producing titles for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
The first game set to release is “Getting Buckets“, which along with Baron Davis...
Well, that was quite the game yesterday, wasn’t it? Team USA put on a shooting display that I, personally, have never seen been before and I have watched a lot of basketball. Starting with Carmelo Anthony and stopping with Anthony Davis, Team USA showed the world why they are the best.
Old records were broken and new ones were set in Team USA’s 156-73 trouncing of Nigeria...
Carmelo Anthony and teammates, Kevin Durant and James Harden, were spotted supporting the U.S. Women’s volleyball team at their match vs. Austria last night:
Iman Shumpert attended the New York Knicks Youth Summer League at Baruch College yesterday where he handed out trophies to the championship team.
We all saw what happened to James Harden Thursday in USA’s blowout win over Nigeria, as the young guard got crossed over badly by an opponent, which caused him to fall and get his ankles broken badly.
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Carmelo Anthony addressed the widespread notion that he's a selfish player.
As first reported by Al Iannazzone of New York Newsday, the Brooklyn Nets will square off against the New York Knicks prior to the season opener on November first.
Although the preseason schedule is not expected to be released until early next week, word is the Knicks and Nets will meet on October 9th at the Nassau Coliseum.
The Coliseum was home to the ABA Nets from 1972-1977.