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Devon Still Re-signs With Cincinnati Bengals

Posted On: March 19, 2015

The Cincinnati Bengals re-signed defensive tackle Devon Still. He was offered a one year contract with the Bengals, the contracts has lifted all restrictions from Still and allows him the space to be a free agent, who can communicate and negotiate with other teams.

The Bengals' contract caters to Devon Still and the things he is dealing with, when it comes to his daughter and family. It gives him the option to manuever based on their needs. Still was excited and relieved of being signed with the Benglas again.

"Now that it looks like things are headed on the right path, I'm ready to go back and play football," Still said in a statement.

Devon will be back on the field later this year, when football season begins again.


Dwayne Wade Brought The Heat To LeBron James and The Cleveland Cavaliers

Posted On: March 17, 2015

LeBron James felt the heat last night from his old team-mate Dwayne Wade.

In last night's (March 16,2015) Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers game, Dwayne Wade and LeBron James went toe to toe on the court. With Wade scoring a total of 32 points and James 26 points. The Heat held nothing back, they brought that fire and blazed the court with a winning score of 106 - 92.

The Heat's coach Erik Spoelstra expressed after the game, that the players wanted the win badly, went out there and gave it their all. Although it was a good win, it wasn't enough to lead them in the Eastern Conference playoff race, where they are now at the number 8 spot.

Dwayne Wade was interviewed after the game and revealed how the Heat are focused on making it to the playoffs.

"For this team, it's about fighting for the playoffs right now," Wade said. "Every day, we in, we out, we in, we out, so we needed this win today."

Lebron James did his thing and expressed how he found his rhythm at the fourth quarter.

"I just stuck with it and found a good groove in the fourth quarter."

Both Wade and James played a good game. The former team-mates, chatted and shared some good laughs with each other during halftime.


James Harden Suspended For Kicking LeBron James In The Groin

Posted On: March 03, 2015

In a basketball game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Houston Rockets over the weekend, James Harden was not playing fair on the courts.

The Houston Rockets star was observed kicking James LeBron in the groin, who was trying to go after the basketball. Pause! Yeah, we know. It's unsure if James Harden meant to kick LeBron James or if it was a reflex. LeBron James was in shock but aware enough to want to go after Harden. James was held back from his teammates and the coach, who prevented the situation from getting out of control.

Since the game, James Harden has been suspended for one game according to the Houston Rockets' tweets. LeBron James nor James Harden has made any public statement about the incident, which can be viewed below.


Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao Open Training Camps To Prepare Them For Historical Fight

Posted On: March 03, 2015

Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao have begun training for their upcoming historical fight. The two boxers opened up training camps to begin their ordeal muscle packed, exercise routines.

On Monday of this week, Floyd Mayweather opened up a training camp at his gym, The Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas and started the process of training for the fight. Showtime Sports tweeted pictures like the one below, on Twitter showcasing Mayweather in gloves with his trainer, preparing him for his epic showdown.

The Money Team displayed visuals of Floyd Mayweather at the camp doing boxing drills below.

Manny Pacquiao started his training sessions at the Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood, California. The gym club is operated by Hall of Famer Freddie Roach, who is training Pacquiao. In an interview with ESPN, Roach expressed how Pacquiao started training two weeks ago in the Philippines but things we're not organized, to give him the intensive training he needed. 

"Manny called me and said it's been so crazy in the Philippines that he is going to come over here early and probably start at Wild Card on March 2," Roach told ESPN,com on Thursday. "Having him early is really nice for me. We'll have Justin Fortune doing strength work with him, and then we'll begin the boxing part and start sparring."

Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao will battle it out on May 2nd at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.


Former NBA Player Turns 300K Into $400 Million Dollars

Posted On: March 02, 2015

Money, dinero, paper, it has several monikers. You can either spend it, invest it or learn how to multiply it.

Well, that's what a former basketball player did. After he worked and earned some money, he made his money work for him and by doing that; he became a self made boss. 

Former basketball player, Junior Bridgeman went from the basketball courts making 3 point shots, to the boardroom calling all the shots. Bridgeman played for the Milwaukee Bucks and seems like he was always destined, to be a man about his bucks.

Learning how to strategize as a basketball player, Junior Bridgeman applied that knowledge to strategize as a business man, who now owns over 350 franchise restaurants.

Knowing he would retire from his basketball career one day, Bridgeman started to map out his blueprint and took an interest in franchising. With a salary of $350,000 playing as a basketball player for the Clippers at the time, Junior Bridgeman used his earnings as a stepping stone to become a multi-millionaire. This was a man who had a game plan for sure!

Junior Bridgeman invested his money into popular franchise restaurants such as: Wendy's, but he did not just invest his money; he multiplied it through those investments. Bridgeman started off as an employee at Wendy's to learn about the whole operation of the restaurant, from its employees to its district managers and etc. Also, the financial aspects of the restaurants, as far as sales, money drop offs to the banks and balancing their supplies during peak seasons.

Junior Bridgeman started with the investment of three Wendy's franchise restaurants and now owns franchise restaurants across the nation, with over 150 locations. Bridgeman has stakes in Chili's franchsie also and continues to expand his kingdom, as the king of franchising with a networth of $400 million dollars. Bridgeman made history when he became the second largest Wendy's franchise owner in the world.

From humble beginnings, Junior Bridgeman made an everlasting career move in entrepreneurship.



Racing Champion Lewis Hamilton Signing With Roc Nation As An Artist

Posted On: March 01, 2015

Lewis Hamilton who is a two times Formula One World Champion as a race car driver, might become the newest member of Roc Nation.

Hamilton is in the studio and tapping into his skills as a musician. According to published media reports, Lewis Hamilton has been in talks with different record labels and Roc Nation seems to be the prospect label, for him to begin his journey as an artist.

Lewis Hamilton linked with Rodney Jerkins Angel and Eric Bellinger just to name a few, while he has been in the studio. Its unsure when Hamilton will release his first song or if he finished working on his first track. Lewis Hamilton has not released any music yet, but his fans are eager to hear some racer music from him.


Former Knicks Player Anthony Mason Passes Away From Complications Of A Heart Attack

Posted On: March 01, 2015

Former NBA player Anthony Mason passed away yesterday at the age of 48. Anthony Mason played for the New York Knicks.

Anthony Mason had a heart attack which led to complications, resulting in several surgeries. Mason was in critical condition according to a published article from Newsday in early February.

Mason was part of the team with Patrick Ewing, Charles Oakley and Jonh Starks who led NY to win in the1994 NBA finals. Anthony Mason played with several teams but he was mostly remembered when he played for the New York Knicks from 1991-1996. He received the Sixth Man Award in 1994 and also, 1995 when he played for famed coach Pat Riley.

ESPN broke the news of Anthony Mason's death early Saturday morning, after it was confirmed from a Knicks spokeperson. In last nights game, the Knicks held a moment of silence for Mason when they played against the Toronto Raptors. In honoring Anthony Mason, a tribute video was aired during halftime.