Phillies slugger Ryan Howard has settled a legal battle with his family over its management of his finances and business affairs.
Court documents filed in federal court in St. Louis show that RJH Enterprises, a firm set up to represent the former National League MVP's interests, and Howard's twin brother, Corey Howard, agreed to voluntarily dismiss the suit late last month after...
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November 19, 2014
Sometimes it’s your family that can hurt you the worst.
In a story that is sad and bizarre at the same time, Ryan Howard and his family are embroiled in a struggle over his massive fortune.
The story first reported by Howard Eskins, and further detailed by the Philadelphia Daily News, Howard’s mother, father and twin brother reportedly sued the slugger after he removed him from...
The trailer for the upcoming Ron Howard film In the Heart of The Sea starring Chris Hemsworth has been released and it’s truly epic.
The film is inspired by the true events which prompted Herman Melville to write Moby Dick.
The film hits theaters in March of 2015
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Ron Howard seems to be helming an epic tale with In the Heart of the Sea–which is officially about Chris Hemsworth as a salty young...
October 16, 2014
The NBA D-League has announced their 2013-14 All-D-League Teams. FIRST TEAMGuard: Ron Howard, Fort Wayne Mad AntsGuard: Kevin Murphy, Idaho StampedeForward: Robert Covington, Rio Grande Valley VipersForward: Othyus Jeffers, Iowa EnergyCenter...
Fort Wayne Mad Ants guard Ron Howard and current Minnesota Timberwolves and former Iowa Energy guard/forward Othyus Jeffers have been named the 2014 NBA Development League’s Co-Most Valuable Players, as voted by the NBA D-League’s 17 head coaches.
Howard (6-5, 200, Valparaiso) played in 49 regular season games for the Mad Ants, averaging a team-high and career-best 20.5 points...
I'm sitting here with the 80's classic Gung Ho on the TV. Directed by Ron Howard and starring Michael Keaton and Long Duck Dong, it tells the story of how a man tries to save a town by bringing in a Japanese car company to fill an empty car factory. In hindsight what great foreshadowing for the towns in the rust belt that became abandoned by the loss of all the manufacturing jobs...
Yes, you are seeing that video correctly. Tony Mitchell actually dunked off an alley-oop from teammate Ron Howard who was deep in the stands with the crowd. D-League represent. Here are more dunk highlights which Tony had while winning his second straight D-League dunk contest. [@HPBasketball] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports