Kyrie Irving wears shoes dedicated to his late mother, Elizabeth, against he Brooklyn Nets. Kyrie Irving returned to the court on Tuesday night against the Brooklyn Nets after missing one game due to a minor facial fracture he suffered on Friday. The masked Irving helped the Boston Celtics to their 13th win in a row, but it was sneakers that made more noise than his 25-point night.
It was one crazy night at UFC 217. All three championship belts changed hands, including Rose Namajunas stunning Joanna Jedrzejczyk and T.J. Dillashaw knocking out Cody Garbrandt.
Days after Patriots linebacker Harvey Langi and his wife, Cassidy, were injured in car accident, she posted a video on Instagram of their tearful reunion in the hospital.
Berry was carted off the field in the fourth quarter. The safety was chasing after Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and pulled up without contact.
Seattle Seahawks Defensive end Michael Bennett took to Twitter to tell the world about an incident he had with the Las Vegas Police in August. Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett made his reasons to protest the national anthem pretty clear, but on Wednesday morning he made those reasons even more clear, taking to Twitter to tell the story of his encounter with the Las Vegas Police department after the Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor fight. This violation that happened against my Brother Michael Bennett is disgusting and unjust.
Von Miller crashes a ballet class, while Ronda Rousey gets married. Miller posted this video on his Instagram story getting his Pique´ and Plie´ on at a dance studio in Colorado. Von Miller is ready to take his celebration dances to the next level.
Look, we get it. The internet is a vast place and you can’t see everything. So we’re bringing you the best things from your favorite athletes’ social media accounts. No need to worry about going though ALL of those Instagram or Snapchat stories. We’ll do it for you and give you the highlights from the week. And even though a lot of athletes reacted to the violence that unfolded in Charlottesville, Virginia last weekend, including LeBron James, there was some fun to be had. First, we found out that Dwyane Wade’s 15-year-old son Zaire is learning how to drive. ...
Kyrie Irving has had an interesting summer. After requesting a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers and reportedly giving everyone in the Cavs’ organization the silent treatment, Irving finally broke his silence … about his new shoes. Bruce Lee Edition KYRIE3 @kobebryant inspired and influenced.
LeBron James is developing a new comedy show for HBO about sneakers. If anyone knows sneakers, it’s one of the best NBA players on the planet. LeBron James is reportedly developing a comedy series for HBO about the sneaker community, according to Deadline.
Mike Trout is one of the best baseball players on the planet. And even while he’s on the disabled list, he is bringing some heat to the field with the release of the Nike Force Zoom Trout 4 cleats that he revealed on Instagram. There's a lot of people at @NIKEBASEBALL to thank for bringing the NIKE Force Zoom Trout 4's to the field!! A post shared by Mike Trout (@miketrout) on Jun 30, 2017 at 7:00am PDT
Nike gathered the best marathon runners in the world late Friday evening, and Eliud Kipchoge nearly broke the two-hour barrier. And he did it live on Twitter. Breaking the 2-hour marathon. Crazy? Yes. So we’re doing it. #LIVE
Paul Pierce’s 19-year NBA career came to end at Staples Center on Sunday, after the Los Angeles Clippers lost 104-91 to the Utah Jazz in Game 7 of their first-round playoff series.