Good Morning: ‘Bron and Wade Keep Acting Like It’s Still The All-Star Game

The Miami Heat destroyed the Chicago Bulls last night, with Wade – in his new Li-Ning's – and LeBron going off like it was another All-Star game… again. LeBron had 26 and 12, with Wade chipping in 17 and 8 as the Heat held the Bulls to just 67 points, for their ninth win in a row.



Meanwhile, Reggie Rose has himself a name. The brother and manager of Derrick Rose said he was speaking for himself when he ripped the Chicago Bulls for failing to improve their team before the trade deadline.


Here's a recap of the deadline, including winners and losers.


Josh Smith was not dealt at the trade deadline, though he may not be in Atlanta much longer anyway, according to USA Today.


Tony Parker's 31 points led the Spurs to a blowout win over the LA Clippers, 116-90.


Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy both went down in the first round of the Match Play Championships.


The NFL began it's new psychological testing at the NFL Combine, designed to measure desire, competitiveness, motivation and mental toughness.


The Eagles are unlikely to hang on to Nnamdi Asomugha.


A ruling is expected in the Oscar Pistorius bail hearing today.


A new Shaqtin' A Fool dedicated to Charles Barkley.




Former Lakers honor Jerry Buss.




Stadium status: Check the dates and incredible venues on the Justin Timberlake + Jay-Z tour, Legends of the Summer.


Tupac Shakur's mother vows to release Tupac's “entire body of work.”


Om'Mas Keith talks Earl Sweatshirt's upcoming album and says it'll be up for Best Rap Album at the Grammys.



J. Cole discusses the music business and how his inexperience cost him “Stay,” which went to Nas, and “Tears of Joy,” which went to Ross.


Get More: J. Cole, Music News




Al-Qaida has 22 tips for avoiding drone strikes.


The senator who tried to impeach President Clinton now admits to having a child outside of his marriage.


A case for higher taxes on gasoline to encourage us to drive less and help the environment. Good luck getting that passed.


President Obama has a “clear sense of confidence” heading into the next round of budget debates with the GOP.





Bobby Bonilla will keep getting checks from the New York Mets until 2035: A recap of one of the worst deals in MLB history and the culture surrounding baseball, and the Mets, at the time.





Roc Marciano is staying on our minds. Be thankful.



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