Iman Shumpert may have skills on the basketball court, but can he kick it on the dance floor? We’ll soon find out on season 30 of ‘Dancing With the Stars’!. It’s pretty standard for every season of Dancing With the Stars to have an athlete contestant, and for season 30, Iman Shumpert is the guy for the job. The basketball player will be hitting the dance floor for the competition, which premieres on Sept. 20 at 8:00 p.m. on ABC. Iman is much more than just a basketball player, though! He’s dabbled in other aspects of the entertainment industry, and is known for his close relationship with his wife and daughters. Ahead of the big DWTS premiere, learn more about Iman Shumpert, his family and career below!
Dwane Casey will have a mix of new and familiar faces on his coaching staff next season. Following an offseason of turnover, the Pistons officially announced the additions of Jerome Allen, Bill Bayno, Rex Kalamian and Jim Moran as assistant coaches on Monday. Allen spent the past six seasons as...
The Sacramento Kings are on the verge of making NBA history, but not for something they want to be remembered for. It has been 15 years since the Kings have qualified for the playoffs, which ties a record that was held by the Buffalo Braves/San Diego Clippers/Los Angeles Clippers. That...
Shaquille O'Neal's now $16.5 million Florida mansion is still on the market -- and underwent a huge makeover
In a hot real estate market countrywide, Orlando, Florida, home prices continue to surge. That is unless, apparently, the home was customized for a 7-foot-1 Hall of Fame center, 15-time All-Star and four-time NBA champion with the Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat -- Shaquille O'Neal, whose Orlando-area mansion was originally listed at $28 million.
The Atlanta Hawks made one of the best trades this offseason. They moved deep bench pieces Kris Dunn and Bruno Fernando in a trade they had to make. They received Delon Wright in return. Wright is a very good backup guard who has been in the league for six seasons.
Ben Simmons is still on the market and there hasn’t been much movement in getting a deal done as of late from the Philadelphia 76ers. Like when FanSided’s Swarm and Sting came up with potential trades for Simmons, I will also be grading proposed Simmons deals from Austin Carroll of A Royal Pain.
Michael Jordan Retiring and Scottie Pippen Getting Traded Shocked John Stockton Since He Was Positive Both Guys Would Be Back With Bulls in 1998-99: ‘MJ Will Be Back and Scottie Will Be Back, I’m Tired of Hearing All of That’
The 1997-98 campaign was the final season of the Chicago Bulls dynasty, and Utah Jazz legend John Stockton was shocked by it. Michael Jordan and Phil Jackson both stepped away from basketball during the summer of 1998, while Scottie Pippen was traded to the Houston Rockets via a sign-and-trade deal.
Isaiah Thomas, a two-time All-Star with the Boston Celtics, earlier this week shot down a report that he was nearing a deal with a team in Russia. Perhaps it’s because an NBA opportunity is coming down the pike?. HoopsHype reported Thursday, citing sources, that Thomas will work out with the...
Ben Simmons, Sacramento Kings (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images) The rollercoaster ride that is the Ben Simmons-to-Sacramento rumors have encountered another hiccup; The Athletic’s Sam Amick reported two weeks ago the Sacramento Kings made it clear to the Philadelphia 76ers that neither De’Aaron Fox nor Tyrese Haliburton will be included in their end of any Simmons trade. I strongly agree with the Kings regarding this decision; Simmons is arguably better player than either Fox or Haliburton right now but the latter two provide more potential in playoff game scenarios than what Simmons has shown thus far, despite them not having made the show just yet.
DETROIT – The Detroit Pistons announced today that the team has named Rex Kalamian, Jerome Allen, Jim Moran and Bill Bayno as assistant coaches, and Andrew Jones as a player development coach to Head Coach Dwane Casey’s staff. Additionally, Jordan Brink and Austin Dufault were promoted to player development coaches.
The Los Angeles Clippers are open to accepting cryptocurrencies at their Inglewood-based arena called the Intuit Dome, according to Sports Illustrated reporter Farbod Esnaashari. The $1.2 billion complex with 18,000 seats is expected to open to the public in 2024, the year the team's lease at Staples Center expires. Former...
With Chris Webber‘s official induction into the Hall of Fame, now is as good of a time to look back just how he got there in the first place. Not seen as a popular free agent destination by many, the Sacramento Kings were forced to acquire the legendary big man via trade. This, like many other trades in team history, ended up working out for the best and helped the team establish a real identity and culture that is remembered even today.
Kayte Christensen-Hunter was named the Kings’ new TV game analyst!. The Sacramento Kings recently announced that Kayte Christensen-Hunter has been named as the team’s new television game analyst. A former WNBA player, Christensen-Hunter has spent 11 seasons with the Kings, previously serving as the team’s TV studio analyst for pregame, halftime and postgame shows, as well as sideline reporter. She will provide commentary alongside Kings play-by-play announcers Mark Jones and Kyle Draper on NBC Sports California beginning with the 2021-22 season.
Iman Shumpert, a basketball star who has played for the New York Knicks, is one of the 15 contestants of season 30 of Dancing with the Stars. Shumpert was drafted into the NBA in 2011 by the Knicks after playing college basketball at Georgia Tech. The shooting guard played four...
Fresh off their first NBA championship in 50 years, the Milwaukee Bucks are helping Lisa Byington make history. According to the team, she will become this season the first woman to serve as the full-time TV play-by-play announcer for any men’s major United States professional sports franchise. “I understand the...
If Thom Brennaman’s strategy to get back in society’s good graces was to be interviewed by someone who would make him look great by comparison, well, that wasn’t the worst idea. The former Cincinnati Reds and NFL broadcaster, who hasn’t been on national TV since he said a homophobic slur live on the air about 14 months ago, spoke with former play-by-play announcer David J. Halberstam for a Q&A published Wednesday on his site Sports Broadcast Journal. Somehow the interviewer came off looking worse than the disgraced subject.