Cavaliers veteran Richard Jefferson has supported Kyrie Irving after the point guard reportedly requested a trade away from Cleveland. On Friday, news of Kyrie’s talks with the Cavs leaked out of Cleveland, with reports that the point guard had asked for a trade this summer. Speaking on his “Road Trippin’” podcast Monday, Jefferson said it was understandable that Irving would be seeking a move after a summer of change with the Cavaliers.
Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer Close ESPN.com's sports business reporter since 2012; previously at ESPN from 2000-06 Appears on SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com and with ABC News Formerly worked as analyst at CNBC Peter Gerolamo doesn't play poker, but he won more than $40,000 at the World Series of Poker on Saturday night. Gerolamo was part of a group of friends who financially backed Scott Blumstein, the 25-year-old who won it all and the $8.15 million that came with it. "I Venmo'd him $60 on July 7," Gerolamo said Sunday from a hotel room in Las Vegas, where he was still recovering from watching the friend he met at Temple University become a champion. Gerolamo, Aldo Boscia, John Scuteri
Sports Bachelor Nation, HELLO! Tonight is a very special episode of this reality show because it is Fantasy Suite dates, also known as The Night of Potential Banging. Which is to say, for those of you who don’t know the ins and outs of this franchise as well as I do (*starts weeping of jealousy*): Rachel can have sex with the three remaining men on these dates if both parties so desire. Which both parties usually do, because all they’ve been able to do for two months is make out like high schoolers while cameras roll. Even though in two weeks she’ll end up engaged to one of these jabronis. It’s high time they did the deed, folks. I love these dates mostly for the mornings after, when producers