- Johnny Manziel rented a West Hollywood home for two days last week, trashed it, and caused $32,000 worth of damage, according to property owner Nicholas Goodwin. A man who identified himself as Josh Gordon was with Manziel over the two day party. Goodwin has demanded pay for the damages and says that he went to the house two hours after the checkout time and found Manziel on the sofa passed out, with cocaine and mushrooms lying out on tables, and booze and broken glass everywhere, and cigarette burns on the carpet.
"Unfortunately there hasn't been any movement toward getting help that I'm aware of. I'm trying diligently to recommend this to Johnny. I'm not the first one, certainly not the only one. There are a lot of friends, family and people that want the best for this young man. He's got a plan, it's just different from than the one I talked about and what I would recommend to him."
This comes on the heels of Rosenhaus stating Johnny has five days to seek treatment or he will terminate the representation of Johnny Manziel.
- Don't look for any Dwayne Wade to Chris Bosh alley-oops in the playoffs this year. Bosh informed his teammates of his current status on Friday, and the Miami Heat are ready to play without Bosh for the NBA playoffs due to his ongoing battle with a blood clot condition that he has dealt with since the All-Star Break. It’s the second-straight year that he has dealt with a blood clot issue. It has not been confirmed by Bosh or the Heat that he has developed blood clots as he did last year, but the situation is considered serious.
- NBA Commissioner Adam Silver calls North Carolina's "Public Facilities Privary & Security" law problematic but no decision to keep or move the 2017 All-Star game in Charlotte. The Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act passed a bill last month that requires transgender people to use the bathroom that aligns with the gender on their birth certificate, rather than that with which they identify. The new law also prohibits local governments from adopting or enforcing anti-discrimination policies not already contained in the state's anti-discrimination laws. Both the NBA and Hornets issued statements condemning the bill. This is the statement released by the NBA:
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