There are a lot of ways to spend $61.5 million. That is the estimated amount of salary cap space Bill Belichick and the Patriots possess this season, and it has Patriots fans buzzing. It has almost the familiar anticipatory atmosphere of a massive Powerball Jackpot. In the days leading up to the drawing, you just can’t keep your imagination from running wild. You calculate the tax figures and payment options in head. Do you take the lump sum? Annuitize it? You dream of ways you’ll spend your winnings, what life will be like, and the positive changes you’ll make personally and in the world around you. There’s no shame in admitting that at some point, in that same lottery-winning mindset, you have
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban took his longtime feud with President Trump to the basketball court Friday night, donning a No. 46 jersey during the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game at New Orleans' Mercedes-Benz Superdome. With Trump being the 45th president of the U.S., Cuban's attire seemed to be a direct jab to Trump's tweet last Sunday, which read, "I know Mark Cuban well. He backed me big-time but I wasn't interested in taking all of his calls. When asked about the jersey by ESPN before the game, Cuban made no mention of Trump, instead saying tongue-in-cheek, "I couldn't get 23. This is two times 23." But according to ESPN, no one on the West celebrity squad wore No. 23. But Cuban, who supported
Dellin Betances’ arbitration hearing has created quite a stir in Yankees camp. There’s a situation brewing at Yankees camp that could have a long-standing impact on the relationship between the team and star reliever Dellin Betances. On Saturday, Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reported that Betances was defeated in his arbitration hearing against the team, meaning he will earn just $3M in 2017.