DaMarcus Cousins wants a max-money extension or a trade from the Sacramento Kings.
The formerly dead trade between the Celtics and Clippers involving Doc Rivers, KG, DeAndre Jordan and draft picks is now, apparently, an owners approval away.
Jay-Z is now licensed as both an NBA and MLB agent.
The New Yorker describes how Tony Soprano changed television.
Online privacy tools have seen a huge spike since the NSA/PRISM relevations of last week
Aaron Hernandez might be wanted by the police for murder or might be the victim of media speculation. Case and point: Fox 5 in Boston dispatched a helicopter to follow him around.
David Beckham caused a stampede in China, injuring four.
Mark Cuban says he doesn't want to trade Shawn Marion.
Here's Marion acting out movie scenes with Dwight Howard.
Andrew Wiggins may practice with the Canadian national team this summer.
Microsoft has reversed course on the new XBox One and will allow users to own games rather than tie them to accounts after overwhelming negative feedback.
A Democrat has the balls to take on the NRA.
Snoop Lion drops a mixtape called Ashtrays and Heartbreaks.
Meek Mill's artist Lil' Snupe is reportedly dead at 18.
Wale vists a children's center in DC.
DJ Paul and Drumma Boy drop some visuals for their upcoming collab, Clash Of The Titans.
J. Cole brought Drake on stage during his Dollar and a Dream tour stop in New York.