updated - August 11, 2020 Tuesday EDT
If you're doing well in the league, two things can happen to your career. One, you either get extended with a higher pay or second, another team buys your services for a more lucrative contract. For Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside, NBA trade rumors suggest the 26-year old might find himself with another team soon.
Will the rest of the main "Empire" season 2 cast, particularly the Lyon family, remain complete when the show returns? If there is one thing the Fox TV series hasn't done, that is eliminating some well-loved characters.
"The Flash" "Arrow" crossover episodes may have ended on a good note but for Cisco (Carlos Valdes), that is not exactly how he feels. His girl Kendra has left with her soulmate Hawkman. Although he is alone again, according to recent "The Flash" season 2 spoiler, he will get to build a relationship with a person similar to the one he admired before.
Conor McGregor vs Jose Aldo in UFC 194 is about to go down. The two are set for a showdown on December 12 at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas and fans expect nothing but fireworks after their highly publicized jibes against each other in the past weeks.
New Orleans has been bugged by injuries since the start of the season, including a recurring one to franchise player Anthony Davis. Some players are stepping up for him. However, as per recent NBA trade rumors, it seems one of those guys might find himself in another team.
Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) somehow got away from his terrible decision to keep a secret from girlfriend Felicity Smoak, thanks to the time travel Flash did while Vandal Savage erases everyone in the city through his magical/mystical cane during their fight in the church. However, that's not the end of it. "Arrow" season 4 spoiler from executive producer Wendy Mericle hints dark skies are still there cloud the couple.
It is not surprising if Los Angeles Lakers gets dragged into NBA trade rumors given their dismal run this season. However, all hell will break loose if the team decides to let go of their best player. Nope, not Kobe Bryant but Jordan Clarkson.