Magic trade All-Star Nikola Vucevic to Bulls

Teams have picked up the pace in the trade market before before it hit the red light.

The struggling Orlando Magic have traded their best player and this year All-Star Nikola Vucevicto the Chicago Bulls.

Magic sent Vucevic and veteran Al FaroqueAminu in exchange for young players Wendell Carter Jr, Otto Porter and two first-round picks.

By the first look, Chicago won the trade as it now have two All-Star in one team, Vucevic and Zach LaVine. The arrival of the European big man will surely boost the campaign of Chicago to make the playoffs. On the other hand, Orlando is seemingly deciding to go on a rebuilding process.

Vucevic’s departure is a shocking move for the Magic which was initially focused on trading Aaron Gordon after making a request.

Meanwhile, another trade happened between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Denver Nuggets. The Cavs sent multiple NBA champ JavaleMcGree in exchange for Isiaih Hartenstein and 2 future second-round picks.

The energetic and athletic center will surely give energy to the Nuggets who are struggling in the season.

Still on the list of possible players being traded are Kyle Lowry of the Toronto Raptors, Gordon, and Jason Collins of the Atlanta Hawks.

NBA trade deadline: Last-minute decisions

It’s only hours left before the NBA trade season comes to a close; which team will catch big and which NBA will trade players?

Among the big names still in the markets are veteran and former NBA champion Kyle Lowry of the Toronto Raptors, Orlando Magic’s Aaron Gordon, and Victor Oladipo of the Houston Rockets.

These three are hot in the eyes of NBA teams wanting to rebuild or jacked up their roster for a deeper playoff run. But who among them will be successful, nor will they be traded just in time?

Lowry has been a major piece for Toronto’s uprising and, more importantly, the leader of their 2019 NBA championship; however, the former All-Star wishes for a trade that the team respected. The Philadelphia 76ers are the frontrunner for Lowry simply because Philly is his hometown. A homecoming is possible, and with the Sixers currently at the top of the Eastern Conference standings, he will be in a much competitive squad, unlike the current struggling Raptors.

Frustrations due to the repetitive losses also triggered Gordon to request a trade. The 25-year old high-flyer turned into an all-around baller will surely be a handful to any team picking him. It’s almost certain that multiple teams will court him.

For Victor Oladipo, it is tough to be on the trade block on your supposed comeback season. As well, he just got traded recently to Houston. However, they have the worst record in the NBA right now, so it’s a good way out for Oladipo to find another team wherein he can shine and contribute to the fullest extent.

UFC legend Anderson Silva to fight in BOXING!!

UFC might finish Anderson Silva with the UFC, yet his name stays pertinent in battle sports in general. On Monday, ESPN affirmed that “The Spider” is now in exchanges to battle Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. on June 19.

“A boxing match between Julio César Chávez Jr and Anderson Silva is being negotiated,” an ESPN knockout posted on their Instagram in Mexican language.

The arranged session was first reported during a public interview on Thursday. During the said media occasion, coordinator Saúl Ríos uncovered that it was Chavez Jr. who brought Silva’s name up as a potential rival.

“It was what Julio referenced,” he said. Until further notice, there is not much, yet he is you are searching for, we are arranging. It would be a 10-round battle.”

Silva, who turns 46 this April, keeps going saw activity on Halloween night when he lost through fourth-round TKO to Uriah Hall. The misfortune denoted his third back-to-back rout, which prompted his UFC discharge three weeks after the fact.

The 35-year-old Chavez Jr., in the interim, is falling off a fourth-round TKO prevail upon Ecuador’s JeysonMinda in November.

Silva has been more than once connected to a potential bout with Roy Jones Jr. previously, yet his UFC contract at the time had kept it from truly emerging.


Anderson da Silva was born on April 14, 1975. He is a Brazilian-American mixed martial artist. He is a former UFC Middleweight Champion and holds the longest title reign in UFC history at 2,457 days. This started in 2006 and ended in 2013 and included a UFC record of 16 consecutive victories in that span.

UFC president Dana White, UFC commentator Joe Rogan, and numerous mixed martial arts (MMA) pundits have named Silva as one of the greatest mixed martial artists of all time.

Aaron Gordon asks for Magic for trade.

With few days left before the season trade deadline, high-flyer forward Aaron Gordon made a last-minute request for the Orlando Magic, a trade.

Currently, the Magic sit as the second-worst team in the Eastern Conference, and the 25-year old wanted to be traded in a competing NBA team.

According to reports, six teams are showing their interest in Gordon after the news broke out. Magic’s asking price for the 6-foot-8 forward is two first-round picks in the NBA draft.

“Aaron Gordon is ready for a relocation, as sources tell The Athletic that he asked Orlando Magic president of basketball operations Jeff Weltman for a trade through his representative in February,” said Jared Weiss and Sam Amick of The Athletic.

The request is reasonable given that Gordon developed his game from a highlight dunking machine into an all-around baller.

The athleticism of Gordon can give a lot of opportunity for the team that will win him over.

He is averaging 14.7 points, 6.8 rebounds, and 4.2 assists in the season. What’s even better is that he is yet to reach his prime.

The Boston Celtics, Portland Trail Blazers, Denver Nuggets, and the Golden State Warriors are among the playoff-contending teams interested in Gordon. Meanwhile, the Houston Rockets and the Minnesota Timberwolves are interested in acquiring Gordon as they continue their rebuilding process.

Chris Paul puts trip-double for 10k career assists.

“Point God” Chris Paul reached another milestone to his already colorful NBA career after recording his 10,000 career assists, the sixth player in the history ever to make the plateau.

The Phoenix Suns All-Star did it in style after finishing with a triple-double on their win against the LeBron James-less Los Angeles Lakers.

Paul put up 11 points, 10 rebounds, and 13 assists.

Like James, 35-year old Paul defied Father’s prime as they continue to dominate the league decades after entering.

Paul was also part of the recent All-Star team wherein he showcased his leaping ability on an alley-hoop play courtesy of Golden State Warriors All-Star Stephen Curry.

If the Wake Forest University standout remains healthy in the current season filled with injuries, he can surpass two more NBA legends, Magic Johnson and Mark Jackson.

Paul has 10,004 assists, Johnson at the fifth had 10,141, and Jackson tallied 10,334 dimes throughout his career.

Depending on how long Paul will still play in the NBA will determine if he can catch up with the all-time assist leader John Stockton with 15, 806.

But what’s bigger than his milestone is the young Phoenix squad’s current position, second in the Western Conference. They are on the pace of making the playoffs.

Canelo’s camp offer training help to McGregor

CANELO ALVAREZ’S mentor has offered to help train Conor McGregor following the UFC star’s ‘surprising’ show against Floyd Mayweather.

McGregor lost his ring debut in 2017 against Mayweather in ten rounds, however caused a commotion after a quick beginning.

He is yet to make a re-visitation of boxing after converses with face Manny Pacquiao fell after his misfortune to Dustin Poirier in January.

Mexican coach Eddy Reynoso has moved McGregor in his mid-year set of three against Poirier and offered the Irishman a master class in boxing.

Reynoso disclosed to Little Giant Boxing, deciphered from Spanish: “I figure they ought to do a set of three battle. It’s 1-1 so the third battle ought to be acceptable.

“Here we can support him. We can help to better his boxing and defence.”

“Honestly, when he fought Mayweather he surprised me. He has a good counter. He has good footwork, waist movement, and agility.”

“Therefore, I think he would do good in boxing.

“Give it your best, keep working hard, don’t quit. You have a lot to give, and get the third fight with Dustin Poirier,” Reynoso said.

McGregor, 32, has been connected with a rematch against Mayweather, 44, since the time their blockbuster in Las Vegas.

However, one more break at enclosing eminence Pacquiao, 42, was arranged for the current year up until he was beaten by Poirier, 32, at UFC 257.

In any event, boxing pound-for-pound ruler and four-division champion Canelo, 30, opened the entryway last April to battling McGregor.

In any case, Alvarez – likewise subject to a callout from UFC most loved Jorge Masvidal – could rather wind up aiding The Notorious look over his abilities.

Reynoso said: “There’s bad nights sometimes. Conor has a lot to give, I don’t know what happened, but his career is untouchable.”

“He’s a tremendous athlete that’s going to be in the history books.”

“Anytime, this is your home Conor whenever you wanna come practice and learn. We welcome you with open arms.”

LeBron James believes he should’ve more than four MVPs

LeBron James is undoubtedly going down as one of the greatest to play basketball and arguably the best to do it.

18 seasons after he first came into the league as the most anticipated rookie in history, James has tons of accolades across his name, including four NBA Championships, four Finals MVP, and four regular-season MVP.

His impact on the game can be felt around the game. However, there were many times James felt like he was not recognized fairly in terms of awards.

“I should have more than four, I believe. But I don’t, and I don’t sit around thinking about it or crying about it or whatever the case may be,” said the 36-year old James after putting another MVP-caliber performance.

“I bet a lot of the greatest that played this game feel like they should’ve had more as well if you ask any one of those guys.”

James is highly criticized and compared to the considered GOAT Michael Jordan. The ghost he’s been chasing from Chicago in terms of championships and MVP.

However, fellow Laker Kyle Kuzma backed James on the MVP debate.

“The NBA MVP is a very political award. Bron should have been the MVP at least eight, nine, 10 times. Everybody knows that” he said from ESPN.

Mike Tyson reveals the next fight to happen in May

Mike Tyson will see action once again inside the boxing ring after the living legend announced that he would have his second exhibition match on May 29.

The baddest man on the planter divulged the information during his appearance in the Hotboxin podcast and the current pound-for-pound king Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.

“May 29th something like that. The same arena you (Canelo) fought in,” Tyson said.

The arena to which the 54-year old was referring is the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. Canelo fought mandatory challenger AvniYildirim in the said venue, wherein he won easily after a third-round knockout.

However, Tyson did not drop any names for his next fight. But the fans were pushing it to be his long-time rival, Evander Holyfield.

Holyfield, who is also eyeing a boxing comeback after Tyson successfully did on his fight against fellow OG Roy Jones Jr., remains vocal in hunting Tyson to agree for their trilogy.

Whoever it will be, Tyson also explained the reason for his second try in the exhibition match.

“I felt better than I anticipated. I thought I would be a little more nervous than I was, but I was relaxed.

“I felt like ‘wow’ – I could do some more, I could punch more combinations, I could do this and do that.

“I said, ‘wow, this is interesting, and I want to do it again, and I want to do it against someone I could go all out on.”

Who will win in the Fury-Joshua mega-fight?

Different confining legends have gauged and said who they accept will end up as the winner. So who did any semblance of Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather, and Amir Khan pick as their champ?

George Foreman – Tyson Fury

The American boxing legend is Team Fury all the way.

Foreman told iFL TV: “That boy Tyson Fury, you’re going to have to bring everything you’ve got to beat him.

“I’m going, being honest with you – I just can’t see Joshua beating him.”

Floyd Mayweather – Undecided

The 50-0 boxer has shown love to Joshua on multiple occasions but has ultimately not predicted a winner.

Mayweather had this to say on Rob Moore’s “The Disruptive Entrepreneur Podcast”: “It’s a very intriguing match-up, you can never say what’s going to happen in the sport of boxing.

“Both guys are great competitors. Like I say, me and Anthony Joshua I talk on the regular, so I look forward to working with Anthony Joshua.”

Mike Tyson – Tyson Fury

Iron Mike has gone for his namesake to prevail in the Battle of Britain.

He told the BBC: “It’s very interesting, Joshua is a masterful puncher. But you can see his punches coming, he telegraphs his punches.

“And that’s just a recipe for disaster if you’re fighting Tyson Fury and you’re telegraphing your punches – to a guy whose 6ft 7in, come on.”

David Haye – Anthony Joshua (if Fury fights as he did against Deontay Wilder)

In an interview with Sky Sports, Haye said: “If Tyson Fury attacks Anthony Joshua in the same manner, in which he did in Vegas against Deontay Wilder, I don’t believe it works in his favour.

“I believe he’ll be too open, too wide and someone as fast, athletic, and as skilful as Anthony Joshua will be able to punch right through the middle and take him out, and take him out early.

“I know it’s a controversial prediction.”

LeBron James eyeing to own an NBA team

LeBron James is pretty much old at 36, but the way he’s playing is like in the prime. He has defied his father’s prime but not in the business aspect.

The Los Angeles Lakers superstar announced that he is looking to own an NBA franchise.

“My goal is to own an NBA franchise,” James said after their game against Minnesota Timberwolves.

James brought this question after he became the part-owner of the baseball team Boston Red Sox.

“I’ve always said that my goal was to own a team, own an NBA team,” James said. “I’ve got so much to give to the game. I know what it takes to win at this level. I know talent. I also know how to run a business as well, and so that is my goal,” James said.

James is dead serious about owning, and he has proven that he is also elite in the business aspect. Combining his knowledge in sports and managing teams can be a powerful tool once he decided to hand the shoes for good.

But the question remains, “when?’

Currently, James is on the quest for his fifth NBA title and a back-to-back championship for the Lakers.