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Adidas puts wrong logo on Duje Dukan's Wisconsin warm-up shirt

Wisconsin Badgers' senior forward Duje Dukan realized something was wrong when he put on his warm-up shirt he got from Adidas on Friday. The latest gear he got from Adidas had Wisconsin's team colors and the W letter stitched in the correct position but it also had a mistake which could not have gone unnoticed.

  • Written by Adam West
  • Category: Basketball

Washington's John Wall pulls off absurd no-look shot

Last night at Verizon Center Washington's John Wall managed to pull off an insanely improbable shot. A quick replay of the game shows that the shot would have never happened if the intended hard foul would have been carried out perfectly. Some basketball coaches believe indeed in such game play tactics as it offers many advantages. Intimidation is of-course one of these.
  • Written by Adam West
  • Category: Basketball

Clippers to be sold for $2 billion

The $2 billion deal would be the biggest sale in NBA history if the sale of Clippers to the former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will be approved , as requested, at a NBA Board of Governors meeting. The buyer must be agreed by 75% of the NBA's 30 owners. An important condition is to not move Clippers from Los Angeles. and Ballmer promised to not do it.

  • Written by Robert Woodward
  • Category: Basketball

Basketball player Iverson accused for violation of kids custody

American professional basketball player Allen Iverson (who earned the Associated Press High School Player of the Year Award in football and basketball) has problems because of the love for his own children.
Tawanna Iverson, his ex wife, accused him of refusing to return in her custody their five children, after a planned vacation. The five kids are from 2 to 16 years.

  • Written by Robert Woodward
  • Category: Basketball

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