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Phoenix Suns Fan Nick McKellar Has His Own Action Figure and the Bidding War Has Escalated to Insane Levels

Talk about capitalizing on the moment. Phoenix Suns fan Nick McKellar, also known as the “Suns in four” guy, has seen his fame grow to new levels ever since Game 3 of the Western Conference Semifinals. McKellar, who lives in Colorado, was at a Denver Nuggets home game to cheer on his Suns. After some good-natured chirping escalated into a fight, McKellar, decked out in a Suns jersey, walked away a hero, even to Nuggets fans. His fame has grown significantly and shows no signs of slowing down, judging by the price of a quickly-made action figure of McKellar.
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Deion Sanders Isn’t Buying What Jerry Jones and the Cowboys are Selling: ‘They Ain’t the Team to Beat’

According to Las Vegas, the Dallas Cowboys are substantial favorites to win the NFC East this season. Forget about the uncertainty surrounding Dak Prescott’s return from his devastating ankle injury. Forget about the fifth-worst scoring defense they trotted out on the field last year. And forget about the improved Washington Football Team coming off a playoff appearance in 2020. Dallas is still the team to beat in the NFL’s worst division.
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Michael Jordan Paid Kawhi Leonard the Ultimate Compliment During a 2017 Basketball Camp: ‘He’s the Best Two-Way Player in the Game’

As far as NBA stars go, Kawhi Leonard isn’t exactly the norm. The Los Angeles Clippers forward doesn’t have much time for quotes, trash-talking, or social media; he plays defense with the intensity of a walk-on trying to prove his worth and once panicked over losing his coupons for free chicken wings. Those differences, however, haven’t stopped him from catching the eye of just about everyone involved in professional basketball, including Michael Jordan.
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Ben Simmons Can Eliminate Any Chance the Warriors Pursue Him

The Philadelphia 76ers are entering the offseason after finishing well short of competing for an NBA title. The immediate fallout has quickly seen the blame shift over to Ben Simmons. As trade rumors begin to emerge, the Golden State Warriors have already taken themselves out of the mix. Ben Simmons’...
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Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson Each Had Their Own TV Show Back in the Day and Both Also Starred in a Michael Jackson Music Video

Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson are easily two of the best players in NBA history, combining to win 11 NBA championships, nine NBA Finals MVP awards, and eight regular-season NBA MVP awards. The duo also earned a combined 26 NBA All-Star game selections, five NBA All-Star Game MVP trophies, 21 All-NBA selections, and won a gold medal together at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona as part of the famed Dream Team.
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Tim Tebow Rejected by George Kittle’s Tight End University for an Obvious Reason

The tight ends of the NFL are coming together for a week-long session of training, networking, tips, and ways to improve. The session, organized by George Kittle of the San Francisco 49ers and recently retired Greg Olsen, proved to be a hot ticket for the tight ends of the NFL. So much so that one tight end wasn’t invited, despite being in the news a great deal of late. Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback-turned-punt protector-turned-tight end Tim Tebow won’t be in attendance.
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Brad Johnson, Super Bowl-winning QB, Admits Basketball Is His True Love and He’s Now Showing Why

Although it was a difficult decision, Brad Johnson made the right one. Flip-flopping between basketball and football at Florida State couldn’t go on throughout his career. He had to make a choice. Basketball was his first love, but football was his ticket to a professional career. Johnson wound up with a 15-year NFL career, playing for four teams, and earned a Super Bowl ring as the starting quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Now, Big Bad Brad is making a name for himself on the basketball court.
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Stephen A. Smith Received Damaging Text Message About Ben Simmons on Live TV From Someone Inside Sixers Organization: ‘He’s Constantly Babied’

Philadelphia 76ers star Ben Simmons has been getting destroyed by seemingly every sports pundit the last 48 hours after his dreadful performance against the Atlanta Hawks in the second round of the 2021 playoffs. One of those critics is ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith. The veteran media personality called Simmons an “atrocity on the offensive side of the ball” on Monday.
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Jared Goff Finally Gets the Treatment the Rams Wouldn’t Give Him

After weeks of speculation, the Los Angeles Rams pulled the trigger to trade longtime starter Jared Goff. The move puts Goff in an entirely new situation where he can reshape his NFL legacy. It’s also helped him receive something the Rams wouldn’t provide him. Jared Goff’s surprising departure from the...
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Kyrie Irving Once Avoided a Coach by Giving Him a Bad Phone Number, but Kobe Bryant Ultimately Intervened

Kyrie Irving has become one of the most well-respected guards in the NBA. Everyone knows he’s box office, and, when given the opportunity, he’s one of the most clutch players in the league. However, during his early NBA years with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Irving wasn’t very welcoming of every coach that came to Cleveland. In fact, this even led to him giving one coach a bad number so he could try to avoid him.