John Lucas

  • Blogs

    June 25, 2013

    Dwyane Wade's Son Zaire Can Already Beat You at Basketball

    In Europe, it's not uncommon to sign promising kids to pro contracts well before their voice changes. Real Madrid signed a 7-year-old prodigy a couple of years ago, and Arsenal supposedly talked about giving a youth contract to former star Robin van Persie's 5-year-old kid, the spectacularly named S ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 1, 2012

    Ten Forgotten Miami Professional Sports Teams

    Today, for better or worse, the Miami market has teams in each of the big four major leagues. It wasn't always that way, though, and besides the Dolphins, Heat, Marlins, and Panthers, several other professional sports teams have called Miami home. In fact, the Magic City's colorful pro spo ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 30, 2012

    LeBron James Makes Most Awesome Dunk Ever After Biking to Work

    ​We're not going to say that bicyclists are better than everyone. We're just going to tell you that LeBron James rode his bicycle to work yesterday and then made one of the most awesome slam dunks in NBA history by literally jumping over an opponent. We're going to let you make up you own mind ove ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 25, 2009

    RE: Beasley's Tweet-cident: Time for Riley and Wade to Step Up

    Wikicommons​The Miami Heat's Michael Beasley clearly has a lot of emotional problems, which were well-documented even before a bunch of people thought they saw some weed in a self-taken Twitter photo this past weekend. How extensive these problems are I can't possibly speculate. But onl ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 24, 2009

    Heat's Michael Beasley Reportedly Heading to Rehab

    ​After this weekend, we were pretty sure Heat forward Michael Beasley was addicted to tacky tattoos and oversharing on Twitter, but it seems his problems might run a bit deeper. Yahoo! Sports reports the 20-year-old has checked himself into an undisclosed Houston rehab center for possible psy ... More >>

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    February 3, 1993