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Several of the top NFL players, musicians, and celebs attended the Fanatics annual Super Bowl party. Held at the held at the Lumber Exchange Event Center, the event featured a performance by The Chainsmokers who performed hits such as “Closer” and “Don’t Let Me Down.” Celebs in attendance included Shaquille O’Neal, Julius “Dr. J” Irving, Dan Marino.…

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Hall of Famer Julius “Dr. J” Erving became ill at the Philadelphia 76ers’ game Friday night, January 5, 2018 and was taken to a hospital. Erving, 67, rang the ceremonial Liberty Bell before tipoff. Erving is expected to make a full recovery. Here’s the update: Message from Mr. Erving’s Management Team: Mr. Erving has been…

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Hall of Famer Julius “Dr. J” Erving became ill at the Philadelphia 76ers’ game Friday night and was taken to a hospital. Erving, 67, rang the ceremonial Liberty Bell before tipoff. Statement on behalf of Dr. J’s management team: “Mr. Erving fell ill at tonight’s game and was taken to a local hospital, where he…

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Allen Iverson, an 11-time All-Star and a seven-time All-NBA selection pick, announced his retirement from basketball Wednesday at a press conference in Philadelphia. “I’m formally announcing my retirement from basketball,” Iverson said, sitting with his children and manager, Gary Moore. “You know, I thought once this day came it would be basically a tragic day……

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Dunks like this is usually the exclusive territory of acrobatic sky-walker Blake Griffin. But when Los Angeles Clipper’s center DeAndre Jordan’s one-handed alley-oop dunk over his victim, Brandon Knight, it became an immediate Internet sensation that nearly overloaded Twitter and other social media platforms. But Knight is eight inches shorter and some 80 pounds lighter…

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Thirty years ago, the Republican messiah Ronald Reagan was engineering an ultra-conservative revolution and became a demigod in the process. Julius “Dr. J” Erving finally won his first and only NBA title with the Philadelphia 76ers after three other futile tries in six years. Eddie Murphy’s Trading Places, Chevy Chase’s National Lampoon’s Animal House and…

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Has there ever been a professional athlete who has been more admired, attained more cultural cachet and procured more respect after he retired than Earvin “Magic” Johnson? With his place in Los Angeles Lakers and NBA lore as firmly entrenched as the bronze statue that sits outside the Staples Center in downtown L.A., the man…

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Julius Erving continues to face financial hardship years after retiring from  the NBA. According to reports, Erving owes Georgia Primary Bank $205, 277.84 after defaulting on a $1 million loan that was given to his company in 2009. Erving will have a month to respond to the lawsuit. Erving’s troubles began to mount two years…

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