The 2016 Espy’s were held in Los Angeles & they were hosted by WWE wrestler turned actor John Cena. From LeBron James winning the ‘Athlete of the Year’ award to Kobe Bryant receiving the ‘Icon’ award this year was definitely one for the books.
Check out a few highlights from the 2016 Espy’s Below.
LeBron James Wins Athlete of the Year Award
Cleveland Cavaliers Win the Best Team Award
Kobe Bryant Receives the Icon Award
Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade & LeBron James Speak Out Against Violence in America
Former MVP Kevin Durant has left the OKC Thunder after 9 seasons to join the Golden State Warriors. After losing to the Warriors in the 2016 Playoffs, KD has shaken up the league by making such a power move. Although everyone isn’t happy with KD’s choice to take his talents to the Bay Area, you have to respect the work he has put in while he was in OKC with Russell Westbrook. Are the Warriors your favorite for the 2017 NBA Championship ?
Boxing legend & American hero Muhammad Ali passed away at the age of 74. He was a Heavy Weight Champion in boxing as well as a social activist throughout the Civil Rights movement. As the voice of his generation he was never one to bite his tongue or hold punches.
Check out some of Ali’s most legendary moments below.
Late Last Week NFL Hall Of Famer Charles Haley Went On The Record And Discussed How Much Respect He Lost For The Patriots Franchise And Tom Brady, And Went On To Say That His Superbowl Wins Are Tainted. Do You Guys Agree? Or Is Haley Blowing This One Out Of Proportion?
As We All Know The Patriots Dismantled The Colts This Past Sunday And Bought Themselves A First Class Ticket To Superbowl XLXI. But The Celebration Quickly Came To An End When It Was Reported That The Pats Were Allegedly Caught Deflating Footballs Under Regulation Requirements. It’s Been Plastered All Over Every Sports Channel This Week, If Deemed Guilty What Do You Guys Feel The Punishment Should Be?
Yesterday, the sport’s world was shocked with the news of the death of ESPN’s Stuart Scott. Losing his battle to cancer, Stuart Scott died at age 49. Last night, ESPN’s SportsCenter payed homage to the late anchor, watch below.
If You Watched The Game This Past Monday, Or Even Watched Any Patriots Football This Season, You Know That Something Is Up. They’re Not The Same Team That We’re Accustom To Seeing Year In & Year Out. So The Only Question Left To Ask Is; How Much Trouble Are The Patriots In?