• Allen Iverson breaks Tim Hardaway's ankles with epic comment
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    CSN Philly

    Allen Iverson breaks Tim Hardaway's ankles with epic comment

    Remember when Tim Hardaway adamantly claimed he was the originator of the crossover, not Allen Iverson, and that the Sixers legend "carried the basketball?" For a refresher, here's Hardaway's full quote from March during an interview with NBA.com's Scott Howard-Cooper. Well, Iverson provided the Answer and it's safe to say he crossed up Hardaway on this one. In a great piece by Bleacher Report's Jonathan Abrams published on Tuesday, Iverson was asked about Hardaway's comment. "Yeah, I heard about it," Iverson said. Abrams asked if A.I. had any response. "I carried my crossover all the way into the Hall of Fame," Iverson said. "So, there you go." Mic drop. As we all know, Iverson was inducted

  • Steve Smith isn't loving trade hype surrounding Jimmy Garoppolo
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    Patriots Wire3 hours ago

    Steve Smith isn't loving trade hype surrounding Jimmy Garoppolo

    Steve Smith is underwhelmed by Jimmy Garoppolo. While making an appearance on NFL Media’s “Good Morning Football,” Smith, a former Baltimore Ravens receiver turned NFL analyst, dispelled the notion the Cleveland Browns should trade a first-round pick for the New England Patriots tight end. Here’s Smith’s argument. “He was not a first round draft pick. What was he drafted at?” Smith asked. Garoppolo was a second-round pick. “Okay. What has he done? The one or two games I watched he didn’t wow me,” Smith said. In those games, Garoppolo had 496 passing yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions. The quarterback left his second game in the third quarter after suffering a shoulder injury. So teams

  • Five biggest losers now that the NBA draft's early entry deadline has passed
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    The Dagger

    Five biggest losers now that the NBA draft's early entry deadline has passed

    Jordan Bell is one of three Oregon stars who have entered the NBA draft. When the NBA’s draft’s early entry eligibility deadline passed at midnight on Sunday, it didn’t provide the same clarity it used to before testing the waters again became an option. 1. Kentucky: John Calipari’s remarkable ability