LeBron James Plays For Fans, Nebraska Recruits 2 Football Players For Basketball Tournament, Gronk To WWE?


A few days ago LeBron James announced he plays for his fans so if the NBA restricts fans from attending games due to the Coronavirus, he “ain’t playing”. He said, “I ain’t got the fans in the crowd. That’s who I play for. I play for my teammates. I play for the fans. That’s what it’s all about. If I show up to an arena and there are no fans in there, I ain’t playing. They can do what they want to do.” On Tuesday, James changed his stance and said, “But at the same time you got to listen to the people that’s keeping a track on what’s going on. If they feel like it’s best for the safety of the players, the safety of the franchise, the safety of the league to mandate that, then we all listen to it.”

Nebraska will enter the Big Ten Tournament as the #14 seed but had to borrow two football players, Brant Banks and Noah Vedral, to replace two guards who are suspended. Both Banks and Vedral played high school basketball but came to Nebraska for football. If Nebraska does well, this story will be the talk of the tournament.


Former New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is reportedly “deep in talks” with World Wrestling Entertainment. After winning three Super Bowls with the Patriots and five Pro-Bowl selections, Gronkowski retired from the NFL last spring due to pain and injuries.  According to the report, Gronk could appear on WWE SmackDown as early as March 20th.

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