Unfortunately, as Novak Djokovic learned, “everything” sometimes includes moments that aren’t meant for public consumption. The world No. 2, who is recovering from a shoulder injury, broadcasted his practice session Thursday on Facebook Live, filmed by his wife, Jelena. At the tail-end of the session, Djokovic grabs the smartphone from his wife and speaks directly into the camera, noting, “I like to take the camera, it’s nice.
A handful of ESPN personalities bared their claws Thursday in response to radio host Dan Le Batard’s Magic Johnson takedown, which at least one of his colleagues believed to be racially motivated. Debating Johnson’s recent promotion to the Lakers’ president of basketball operations with co-host Jon “Stugotz” Weiner on his ESPN radio show Thursday morning, Le Batard sounded dumbfounded by the Lakers’ faith in their former star who, according to the talking head, hasn’t proven himself in any of his careers outside of basketball. “What you’ve got here though, is a testament to the power of fame. And a testament to the power of a modicum of charm,” Le Batard said. “Because Magic Johnson is charming.
Travis Frederick has gone from puzzling first-round pick to Pro Bowl center in a matter of years. Here are 10 things you might not know about the man in the middle of the Cowboys' prolific offensive line. 1) A Jack of all trades but still not ready for Zeke's 'wrath' Frederick attended Big Foot High School in Wisconsin before matriculating to the University of Wisconsin and then the Cowboys. While at Big Foot, Frederick was an All-State two-way lineman, wrestled, and threw the shot put and discus for the track team. But his defensive lineman experience wasn't enough when Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott rammed into Frederick during the Cowboys' game in Pittsburgh. "It's never a good thing