Shareef O'Neal LeBron James

LeBron James wrote an uplifting IG post for Shaquille O'Neal's 18-year-old son Shareef O'Neal who failed to make the McDonald's All-American team.

Tucson.com reports that Shareef was left off Tuesday's roster because he's simply not good enough.

"O'Neal is considered a borderline five-star prospect (24/7 ranks him as a four-star prospect while ESPN has him as a five-star)," the newspaper noted.

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Rose Bowl

The Georgia Bulldogs knocked off the Oklahoma Sooners in a thrilling 54-48 double-overtime win at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. on Monday.

Migos rapper Quavo Huncho, center, was in the house to congratulate the Bulldogs, who now face the daunting Alabama Crimson Tide for the mythical national championship.

It's called the "mythical national championship" because there is no playoff system in NCAA college football, therefore the champion didn't beat the best to advance to the title game.

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Seahawks sit for the national anthem before game vs Rams

The Seattle Seahawks sat down for the National Anthem prior to the start of their NFC West matchup against the Los Angeles Rams at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on Sunday. The Seahawks left their hearts on the bench prior to their blow out loss to the Rams 42-7.

“We weren’t ready to play, enough,” Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson said after the game.

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LaMelo Ball, LiAngelo Ball, LaVar Ball

Sports fans are still shaking their heads over the news that NBA hopefuls LaMelo Ball, 16, and LiAngelo Ball, 18, will play for a pro basketball team all the way in Lithuania, a country in Europe.

Bleacherreport.com writer David Pick detailed the meager life awaiting the Ball brothers in an article titled "What Are LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball Getting Themselves into in Lithuania?"

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LiAngelo Ball LaMelo Ball

Sports dad LaVar Ball is shipping his sons LiAngelo, left, and LaMelo off to Lithunia to play for a pro basketball team. LaVar announced the decision on Instagram.com last night.

"LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball are Officially Professional Basketball Players," he wrote under images of his sons signing pro contracts.

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Michael Bennett

Things got ugly on Sunday in the waning minutes of the Seattle Seahawks 30-24 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, which saw multiple players ejected and Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll assessed an unsportsmanlike penalty.

With 10 minutes left in the game, the Seahawks were mounting another comeback after being down 27-10 to the Jaguars.

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