Bruce Jenner

Former Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner covers Sports Illustrated magazine 40 years after his last cover as the Olympic decathlon winner in 1976.

Jenner, 66, appears on ‘SI’s “Where Are They Now?” cover wearing a cullote jumpsuit and his Olympic gold medal around his neck.

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Brittney Griner Glory Johnson

WNBA player Glory Johnson, left, claims she was the victim in a knock down, drag out fight with then “fiancee” Brittney Griner on April 22.

Both women were hauled off to jail as mutual combatants and publicly humiliated when their mugshots went viral.

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Shannon Brown signs with the NY Knicks

The NY Knicks officially signed former Antonio Spurs guard Shannon Brown to one of two open roster sports today, Sports Illustrated reports.

There is speculation that Brown, 28, was brought in to fill the spot soon-to-be vacated by departing point guard Raymond Felton, whose legal troubles are mounting. Felton plans to be in the starting lineup for the Knicks in tonight’s game against the defending NBA champs Miami Heat.

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Richard Sherman

Seattle Seahawks Cornerback Richard Sherman may hail from Compton, California, but he insists he is not a thug or a gangsta — despite his thuggish rant in the most talked-about post-NFC title game interview ever.

Most of the country is still buzzing about Sherman’s post-game interview with FOX Sports reporter Erin Andrews, in which he disses San Francisco receiver Michael Crabtree for disrespecting him after the game.

“I’m the best corner in the game!,” he shouted. “When you try me with a sorry receiver like Crabtree, that’s the result you gonna get! Don’t you ever talk about me!”

A befuddled Andrews asked, “Who was talking about you?”

“N– Crabtree!,” said Sherman, who caught himself just as he was about to blurt out the N-word on national TV.

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Jason Collins

It seems that former NBA player Jason Collins lived a down low lifestyle before he revealed his bisexuality to the world via a Sports Illustrated cover story.

Collins is officially a NBA free agent, meaning he is not an active professional basketball player until he signed by a NBA team next season. But the media won’t let that little detail keep them from hyping Collins’s confession as “heroic” or history-making.

According to gossip website TMZ.com, Collins’ ex-fiancee, Carolyn Moos, had no idea the man she was engaged to for 8 years — and presumably slept with — was gay.

Moos tells TMZ she only found out Collins was gay last weekend — after he shot the cover for Sports Illustrated.

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Does this mean LeBron will finally get his first NBA Championship ring?

The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Phoenix Suns have come to an agreement on a blockbuster trade that sends Shaquille O’Neal to Cleveland to team with LeBron James, according to sources.

The deal has been agreed to in principle and is expected to be finalized Thursday, according to sources. READ MORE…

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