Via Dangerous Minds: Phil Spector produced the Ramones’ 1980 album End of the Century. At one point during the recording sessions in Los Angeles, Spector held Dee Dee Ramone at gunpoint, and forced him to play the same riff over and over again. Show More Summary
The Charlotte Bobcats announced today that guard Ramon Sessions could miss approximately 2-4 weeks after an MRI on his left knee revealed that he suffered a second degree MCL sprain during last night’s game against Brooklyn. His meniscus and other ligaments are intact and no surgery is needed. Sessions has appeared in all 61 games this [...]
The Bobcats have announced that guard Ramon Sessions will miss two to four weeks with second degree MCL sprain in his left knee.
As imprecise as it may be defined, there's always a line—and there's always someone to cross that line. Just ask Carmelo Anthony; you don't talk about another man's wife, estranged or not. Or talk to Ramon Sessions about being kicked in his manhood. Show More Summary
Dwyane Wade says that he’s not a dirty player despite the fact that he was suspended this week after kicking Ramon Sessions in the groin. Wade addressed the kick, his suspension and the “rumor” that he’s a dirty player on Twitter, saying that he always thinks about being a role model for his boys before [...] Dwyane Wade: I’m Not A Dirty Player is a post from: The Inquisitr
We knew the NBA’s Stu Jackson would be spending at least a bit of time over the holiday season reviewing the tape of the incident between the Miami Heat and Charlotte Bobcats, specifically between Dwyane Wade and Ramon Sessions. You could replay the video here today to make your own judgement. Well for those of [...]
Dwyane Wade has been suspended for his kicking Bobcats guard Ramon Sessions in the groin two nights ago. The play wasn't whistled for a foul during the game, but the NBA reviewed it and suspended Wade one game for, " flailing his leg and making contact with the groin." The Heat play the Pistons tonight, and will still be heavily favored without Wade. Show More Summary
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade conspicuously kicked Ramon Sessions in the groin the other night, and the NBA has kicked him to the curb for one game. The All-Star has been suspended for today's matchup with Detroit. Dwyane Wade Kicks Ramon...Show More Summary
Dwyane Wade has been suspended for one game without pay for kicking Ramon Sessions in the groin during the Miami Heat’s 105-92 victory over the Charlotte Bobcats. Stu Jackson, the Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations, made the announcement today on NBA.com. Wade was not called for a foul during the game but the NBA ruled [...]Show More Summary
Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade has been suspended by the NBA for one game after kicking Charlotte Bobcats guard Ramon Sessions in the groin, according to Pro Basketball Talk's Kurt Helin: And now it is official, league says Heat's Dwyane Wade suspended one game for "flailing leg" and kicking Bobcats' Sessions in groin. Show More Summary
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade has been suspended one game without pay for flailing his leg and making contact with the groin of the Charlotte Bobcats' Ramon Sessions, it was announced today by Stu Jackson, Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations.
Is Dwyane Wade a dirty player? Some NBA fans are claiming so after the Heat star kicked Charlotte Bobcats guard Ramon Sessions in the groin Wednesday night. With Miami leading 83-79 with four minutes to go in the fourth quarter, D-Wade dribbled the ball past half-court and was immediately fouled by Sessions, who appeared to [...]Show More Summary
Last night, while Dwyane Wade was kicking Ramon Sessions in the balls on purpose and then acting all offended that someone could even insinuate that he’d ever commit a dirty [...] The post With Just A Few Days Remaining, LeBron James Offers Up The Best Quote Of 2012 appeared first on With Leather.
Last night in the thick of things between the Miami Heat and the Charlotte Bobcats, Dwyane Wade kicked Ramon Sessions in the balls to create space for himself against his defender. Sessions is clearly upset and wants an explanation for the dirty play. What is amazing is that Wade has the audacity to try and [...]
It's easy to still think of Dwyane Wade as the reckless, wide-eyed young star who led Miami to the 2006 title. But he's almost 31 now, a wily veteran with a bag of tricks—like straight kicking an opponent in the groin and playing it off like an accident. More »