Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union Are Officially Licensed to Marry

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If there were any doubts of Dwyane Wade marrying Gabrielle Union this weekend, there shouldn’t be anymore.

Wade and Union are now licensed to marry. And the only thing they are missing is the signature of the person who’s marrying them, reports Jose Lambiet’s Gossip Extra.

If anything’s for sure. It’s too late for cold feet. They were assigned license number  No. 14-014061.

Union signed up for the marriage license online and paid a $93.50-fee in order to get the license. She received the license on Tuesday.

It was just in time. The law requires a couple wait at least three days after receiving the marriage license to marry.

The couple will marry in an unknown location in Miami Saturday night. But of course, folks all over South Florida are trying to find out more details about the ceremony and banquet.


She Can Hoop Too! Watch Mo’ne Davis’ Killer Crossover (Video)


Mo’ne Davis certainly left her mark as a baseball player in the 2014 Little League World Series, but as she recently revealed, she dreams about playing point guard for the Connecticut Huskies.

Based on this clip from 2010, the point guard may soon break the gender barrier in basketball.

Watch an 11-year-old Davis shake her opponent off his feet with a crossover, then dish the ball to an open teammate.

UConn coach Geno Auriemma has already said he’s waiting…

Stephen Curry Says He’s a Better Offensive Player than Lebron James (Watch)

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Golden State Warriors‘ Stephen Curry labels himself a better offensive player than LeBron James.

Curry called in to the “Dan Patrick Show” and Dan Patrick didn’t shy away from asking Curry a tough question.

Nevertheless, Curry isn’t scared to ever speak his mind. He gave an obvious answer to Patrick.

Patrick asked Curry who was the better offensive player: him or James. He did hesitate for a moment, but he answered with, “me … got to be, right?”

Patrick added, “you’re a pure shooter. He can score … . The correct answer is probably LeBron is a better scorer, but I think you’re the better shooter. How’s that?”

But Curry didn’t let Patrick get off the hook with just the shooter label. He claimed to be a team player as well — always distributing the ball to his teammates.

There’s no doubt Curry is an NBA star. He spent the past five years in the NBA scoring a career full of baskets, but it seems as though Curry is coming for James’ king status.

Watch what Curry has to say below:

Carmelo and LeBron Gear Up for Slimmed B-Ball Action (Pics)

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The new NBA season won’t arrive until October, but Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James are prepping now to get in training shape for game time.

Taking to Instagram, Anthony debuted a new slimmed down look on Monday. The 30-year-old New York Knicks player received more than his fair share of mixed reactions from his female fans.

“Melo is one sexy piece of ass” one lady said, while another fan weighed in, asking “why the heck did Melo lose weight??? He needs to get his sexy back ASAP!!!!”

Although his weight loss will benefit him on the court, NicoleBitchie.com believes Anthony’s knee problems, which he struggled with throughout the 2013-2014 NBA season may have also played a part in motivated the athlete to change his size.

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As for James, nicolebitchie notes that he has dropped a reported 10-15 pounds. Health exports state that the NBA all-star (and possibly Anthony) has shed the weight as a result of a low-carb diet. With James the effort is more in tune with training his body to rely on fat for fuel, which is the case with a low-carb diet.

Recent pictures of James show the weight loss as well as better overall body composition from the change in diet.

For more about LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony’s weight loss, click here.

LeBron is Not the Man He Used to Be; Dramatic Weight Loss (Look!)

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Have you seen LeBron James lately?

Well maybe you did and didn’t recognize him.

That’s because he went and lost mucho weight. We don’t know exactly how much, but it’s beyond noticeable. Some are saying looks like he did when was a 17 or 18 years-old.

So you’re probably wondering what’s up with the weight loss by Mr. James. It seems he committed to thinning down this summer in preparation for his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and that he did

But, how did he do it? He says it all about giving up the carbs. Hmm, that’s all you gotta do? Well then, if it worked for him, it outta work for us. Hopefully.

Anyway, take another look at the before and after LeBron James:

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Ray Lewis Set for Spike TV Reality Series ‘Coaching Bad’

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Spike TV will team NFL veteran Ray Lewis and anger management specialist Dr. Christian Conte to tackle the growing problem of coaches with uncontrollable anger issues in a new original series, “Coaching Bad.”

The show features nine coaches who have realized that they have a problem and need to do something about it before they end up out of a job. The coaches, from a variety of different sports around the country, will move into a Coaching Center in Los Angeles for intense retraining and reconditioning, designed personally by Dr. Conte and Lewis.

During the program, various sports figures will lend their perspective on the negative effects of caustic coaching, with guest speakers including Chuck Pagano, Bill Romanowski and Glen “Big Baby” Davis.

“Spike TV is thrilled to partner with one of the greatest players in NFL history in a compelling new series that will shine a light on the ever-growing issue of coaches and their anger issues,” said Sharon Levy, executive vice president of original series, in a statement. “Who better than Ray to bestow insight and wisdom to these coaches after his storied career as a leader on and off the field during his playing days with the University of Miami and Baltimore Ravens.”

Spike TV has ordered eight one-hour installments of “Coaching Bad,” to debut in 2015.

Serena Williams Wins First Tournament Since Wimbledon Illness (Pics)

Serena Williams of the USA holds up the trophy after beating Angelique Kerber of Germany in the finals of the Bank of the West Classic at the Taube Family Tennis Stadium on August 3, 2014 in Stanford, California

In her first tournament since dropping out of Wimbledon with apparent equilibrium issues, top-ranked Serena Williams won her WTA-leading fourth title of the year, beating third-seeded Angelique Kerber 7-6 (1), 6-3 on Sunday in Bank of the West Classic.

Kerber, 0-4 in finals this season, won five straight games to go up 5-1 and was serving for the first set at 5-2. Williams saved two set points and went to win five games in a row.

“I blinked my eye and I was down 1-5,” Williams said. “Angelique was playing well and I thought ‘What’s going on?’ I tried to relax, not think about anything and just do the right thing.”

Serena Williams of the USA and Angelique Kerber of Germany hold up their trophies after Williams won the finals of the Bank of the West Classic at the Taube Family Tennis Stadium on August 3, 2014 in Stanford, California

The eighth-ranked Kerber forced a tiebreaker, but Williams took the first five points.

“It’s a good thing that it happened,” Williams said. “When I’m not playing great I know I can make some kind of comeback.”

Williams didn’t play well in any of the first sets this week but always found a way to win.

“I’ve been training hard all year and hopefully that pays off, especially after Wimbledon,” Williams said. “I stayed positive here. This shows I’m moving in the right direction.”

Questions were raised after she retired from a doubles match with sister Venus at Wimbledon in June. A viral infection affected her equilibrium.

She answered those questions with a vague: “Every week is a new week and all I can do is try and improve. For me it’s all mental: being there, being positive and being good to myself.”

Serena Williams of the USA returns a shot to Angelique Kerber of Germany in the finals of the Bank of the West Classic at the Taube Family Tennis Stadium on August 3, 2014 in Stanford, California

Williams will be No. 1 for the 200th week in her career when the rankings are announced Monday. She is fifth on the career list, nine weeks behind fourth-place Martina Hingis.

“I feel like I’m just me. I don’t feel any different from anyone else on this planet,” Williams said. “To be that of as that is pretty awesome.”

Williams extended her winning streak to 13 matches in winning her third title at Stanford in four years.

“It just says how much I love to play here,” she said.

Serena Williams of the USA signs autographs after beating Angelique Kerber of Germany in the finals of the Bank of the West Classic at the Taube Family Tennis Stadium on August 3, 2014 in Stanford, California

Williams has not lost to a top-10 player this season. She improved to 17-2 overall in matches played at Stanford. She’s 30-5 on the season and 662-117 for her career. Williams is 61-17 in finals.

Williams has not played well at Grand Slam events this year, failing to reach the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon.

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