A ‘King’ is crowned!

WORLD CHAMPS! The Miami Heat celebrate their second NBA title with MVP LeBron James at extreme left.

Says Donald Duff “Not one, not two, not three….”  With those famous words basketball superstar LeBron James, in promising to win multiple NBA titles for the Miami Heat, created a burden of expectations for himself and for the Heat basketball fans who had seen their franchise win only once before in 2006 after being formed in 1988 so huge that he had difficulty in fulfilling it.

Guyana Jaguars hunt Bermuda prey

The national 15’s rugby team going through a training session yesterday ahead of their final NACRA 2015 RWC 15s regional qualifier match against Bermuda today.

By Emmerson Campbell The Guyana Jaguars will be hunting a victory today when they tackle regional powerhouse, Bermuda in the final NACRA 2015 RWC 15s regional qualifier match in Bermuda.

NCBL match postponed

The much anticipated semifinal match-up between Western Union Plaisance/Vryheids Lust and Wismar in the National Community Basketball League (NCBL) which was schedule for today will have to wait a little longer as the game was postponed.

Bravo fined by ICC after criticizing umpires

Dwayne Bravo

LONDON, England, CMC – West Indies vice-captain Dwayne Bravo has been fined 20 per cent of his match fee by the International Cricket Council for criticizing the umpires after Chris Gayle was controversially given out during the second One-Day International on Tuesday.

Fraser: Dharry probably scared of me

Rudolph Fraser (right) going hard against the pads of his trainer Wincel Thomas at the Forgotten Youth Foundation (FYF) gym yesterday. (Orlando Charles photo)

By Emmerson Campbell “I am his stumbling block, he got some issues with accepting the fight, and I can’t say if he’s scared or not but I was confident on giving him a thrashing, He not confident of beating me, here is a big full stop and a question mark also because what is the reason he doesn’t want to fight me”?

Former Pakistan skipper Butt freed from jail

Salman But

LONDON,  (Reuters) – Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt was released from prison in Britain yesterday after serving seven months of a two-and-a-half year term for involvement in a match-fixing scam that sent shock waves through the world of cricket.