The NBA off-season is less "off" and more a whole different full season as teams frantically try to keep up with the Joneses during a down time that begins just days after the finals. This week, free agency opened and teams began signing the players they think could put them over the hump. The movem ... More >>
Tim Hardaway, the man who once proudly and loudly proclaimed "I hate gay people," is now the first Floridian to sign a new petition to put gay marriage back on the ballot in Florida.
Looks like Ryan Tannehill could use some extra cash. He's renting himself out for the low, low price of just $5,000-an-hour. Of course, all money exchanged between consenting adults is for time and companionship only. Whatever happens during the time, happens.
Remember when Dwyane Wade crapped the bed last week and we all wrote him off, like a bunch of assholes? Pffft.Wade dropped 41 points in Miami's 105-93 beatdown of the Indiana Pacers. MV3 scored 20 of his 41 in the second quarter, going 8-for-11 from the floor, and leading the Heat past what had bec ... More >>
The Chicago Bulls' Joakim Noah's "fuck you, faggot" outburst during the Eastern Conference Finals against the Miami Heat was one thing (certainly an inexcusable thing, but not something that necessarily makes him a raging homophobe). Tim Hardaway's 2007 outburst in which he stated, "I h ... More >>
Weezy F. Baby needs E.F. HuttonAs the tax season draws to a close this week, some of our more recognizable citizens are probably wondering if Uncle Sam will catch them cheating on their taxes again. Take Lil Wayne, who was just popped by the Internal Revenue Service for not paying his fair share ... More >>
Mission FAIL.Last Friday, FIU shortstop Garrett Wittels stepped up to bat with a near record 56-game hitting streak on the line against Southeastern Louisiana. He whiffed, ending the game 0-4.It was a painful choking act for the 6'2" junior, who waited an entire off-season only to blow it in his ... More >>
It seems all millionaire athletes, including LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, like to bring longtime pals into their financial fold. What better way to show you haven't forgotten your roots?
News that former basketball star Tim Hardaway is mired in tax trouble, causing the Miami Heat to apparently bail him out by purchasing his mansion, came as a bit of a surprise. After all, he made an estimated $47 million during his playing career, and still works a suit-and-tie job with the ... More >>
Former Miami Heat star Tim Hardaway made close to $50 million during his NBA career, but apparently that wasn't enough to keep him out of tax troubles. After a lien was placed on his house by the IRS for a $120,000 tax debt, the Miami Heat bought the mansion, according to the Detroit News. Meanwh ... More >>
LeBron James is the cover boy for the all-important September issue of GQ, and in the interview he has some perplexing things to say about Cleveland. Namely that growing up in near-by Akron, Ohio he kind of hated Cleveland, but that he's open to the idea of one day returning to the Cavs. It doesn ... More >>
The week started out with news that Miami was the second worst place to raise your kid. Unfortunately a stabbing at Coral Gables High proved that. In the wake of that tragedy YouTube videos surfaced that showed the school's courtyard had a history of violence. Oh, and a camera man got kicked in t ... More >>
In February 2007, Tim Hardaway gave a textbook demonstration in career suicide live on Dan LeBatard's radio show with one of the most cringe-inducing bouts of homophobia an ex-athlete has ever managed. Let's recap:"You know, I hate gay people, so I let it be known," Hardaway said. "I don't like gay ... More >>
Cleveland Steamer Front of the house restaurant workers have to deal with so many people and their personalities that they've usually got great stories about their experiences. All you gotta do is ask.Short Order met a veteran restaurant worker who declined to give his real name for this intervie ... More >>
Whatever the outcome, Dhafir Harris does it with no fear.
Dontrelle Willis gets sent off in style, sorta.
Get ready, this season is dishing up a lot of new restaurants
Miami, like an adolescent who won't learn from his mistakes, keeps stomping on the First Amendment
Go Marlins! Go Panthers! Go Heat! Go to hell.