So the Phoenix Suns are one of the worst teams in the NBA this year, so what. What they did off the court yesterday is worth much more than winning or losing. The Suns signed 12 year old Jonah Zahm to a 1-day contract with the team. He had a jersey with his name on it, he took part in practice, and even met the media just like a real player. This was setup with the Make-A-Wish foundation. Jonah suffers from an extremely rare seizure disorder. He has to take about 15 pills a day, just to limit the seizures, but it does not prevent them. I am a sucker for stories like this. I love when athletes or teams do things for people out of the goodness of their heart. Turns out Jonah might have some skills too. During practice with the team, he hit 8 shots in a row! The Suns are so bad, maybe they should just keep him on the team.
Max B is hoping his new petition “Pardon The Wave” gets him out of jail early.
Max B was recently sent to prison to serve time on his robbery-murder charge, and won’t be out until 2042. But Max B is hoping to change this date with a petition “Pardon the Wave” to get him released from prison. Max B is looking to get four million signatures on is “Pardon the Wave” petition, spoke to Mikey T about his appeal situation and the new campaign.
“We tryna get the petition ‘Pardon the Wave’ signed, we tryna go at the governor, we tryna go at the President. So I need the people to support. Shouts to all the people that signed it, and to the people that’s not signing the petition and screaming ‘free Max B’ that’s not wavy,” Max B says of his campaign.
Although the odds may seem unlikely, Max B was optimistic as he spoke about his next appeal, and explained how it’s still in the early stages. Listen to the full audio below.
Oklahoma City forward Serge Ibaka has reached agreement on a four-year, $40-million plus contract extension, league sources told Yahoo! Sports.
Ibaka, 22, could’ve been a restricted free agent next summer, and his deal now locks into place three of the Thunder’s core young stars — Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and Ibaka. Durant and Westbrook each have the maximum contracts allowed under the NBA’s collective bargaining agreement.