Good Morning: LeBron James Might Get Coal In His Stocking For Abusing Paul Millsap

The Miami Heat needed double overtime to knock off the feisty Atlanta Hawks. The game started with a here-we-go-again 13-0 run by Miami, but ATL fought back and it would take two late free throws from Mike Beasley to give the Heat their ninth straight win over the Hawks. LeBron James had 38 points and gave Paul Millsap an early Christmas present.


Jason Kidd was critical of his Brooklyn Nets after losing  to Indiana, saying they're getting comfortable with losing. Meanwhile, Paul George is getting comfortable with reverse dunks.


The Atlanta Falcons showed glimpses of why they were considered a Super Bowl contender to start the season, and nearly knocked off San Francisco in their final game at Candlestick Park, but NaVorro Bowman's 90-yard pick six after the two-minute warning sealed the win for the 49ers, clinching a playoff berth in the process.


The New York Knicks beat the Orlando Magic but lost Carmelo Anthony to what appears to be a sprained ankle.


Reports state Texas president Bill Powers was the one who made the final call to oust Mack Brown.


Jerry Jones says Tony Romo may still play in the Cowboys' finale despite a herniated disk.


Vintavious Cooper's 198 yards set a Beef O' Brady's Bowl record as East Carolina earned a 37-20 bowl victory over Ohio.


Aaron Hernandez's lawyer filed a request for a gag order over the case.


Here are the top five plays from last night's NBA games.




Andrew Wiggins was hanging out with Yeezy at his concert in Toronto. Drizzy was there, too.


Producer Major Seven called out K.E. for taking credit for his beat on Rick Ross' "The Devil Is A Lie."


Snoop Lion released "Smoke The Weed" with Collie Buddz.


The Pro Era revive the memory of the fallen Capital Steez in their latest video.




McDonalds advised it's employees not to eat McDonalds.


The White House added an extra day to sign up for Obamacare.


Six months after stunning the world with leaks about the NSA, Edward Snowden says he's already won the battle.




Isaiah Rashad released a track from his upcoming mixtape, Cilvia.

What people are saying

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Back to top