Kevin Durant

NBA superstar Kevin Durant graces the cover of the current issue of Rolling Stone magazine. Durant is the only hope for Golden State Warriors to win the 2016-17 NBA championships. Good luck with that.

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Carmelo Anthony Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan finally got down off his stack of millions and said something about the police brutality that’s weeping America.

Jordan, 53, is often criticized for raising the prices on his iconic Air Jordan basketball shoes that are so demand, criminals commit murder to own a pair.

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Dwight Howard

NBA superstar Dwight Howard will suit up for the Atlanta Hawks this upcoming season. Howard and the Hawks agreed to a three-year, $70 million deal, according to Yahoo Sports.

The pouty, tantrum-prone, 6′ 11″ center has settled on the number 8 for his jersey.

If you follow numerology then you understand the significance the number 8 has in his life.

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LeBron James

Who can forget the furor caused by LeBron James‘ announcement that he was leaving Cleveland and taking his talents to South Beach?

Cavaliers fans burned LeBron’s jerseys and called him everything but a child of God after his much-hyped “Decision” in 2010.

Is LeBron on the verge of breaking the hearts of his hometown fans again?

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Bryce Dejean-Jones

The NBA is mourning the loss of Bryce Dejean-Jones, a promising young New Orleans Pelicans guard who lost his life when he kicked in the door to the wrong apartment in Dallas early Saturday.

Dejean-Jones, 23, was in Dallas visiting his girlfriend to celebrate their daughter’s 1st birthday.

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