After agreeing to a five-year, $118 million deal with the Miami Heat earlier this month, Chris Bosh has decided to sell his mansion in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Times reporter Neal J. Leitereg (h/t Trulia.com) reports that the Heat forward is putting his 10,755-square-foot residence on the market for a healthy $14.5 million.

If $14.5 million sounds like a hefty ask, remember, we're not talking about your average McMansion here. Bosh's home has six bedrooms, eight baths, a large infinity pool with a swim-up bar and an island picnic area. Buyers are also getting a tiki hut, an outdoor pizza oven (!), a theater and an in-home billiards hall.

Trulia.com reports the home has an exercise facility, separate quarters for staff and unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean, which one must agree is a fine ocean indeed. 

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Chase Headley arrived fashionably late to Yankee Stadium on Tuesday, but he was still able to make a good impression with his new team.

The New York Yankees acquired Headley from the San Diego Padres on Tuesday afternoon. The trade meant that the third baseman's schedule was a bit crazy. He had to get from Chicago, which is where the Padres were playing, to New York.

Headley didn't make an appearance in the Yankees dugout until after the team's game against the Texas Rangers had already started.

He made his team debut as a pinch hitter in the eighth inning of the game, and while he struck out in his first at-bat in pinstripes, he would make an impact later on.


Reggie Wayne showed up to training camp in an IndyCar on Wednesday morning, because these are the things Reggie Wayne does.

Needing to one-up his 2013 helicopter arrival, the Indianapolis Colts wideout rolled into the Colts training facility in the back of a double-seater IndyCar driven by American racer Ed Carpenter: 

Wayne climbed out of the doorless race car wearing a blue racing suit and custom Colts racing helmet. His entrance is cooler than your entrance:

There are few better ways to show up to work than in the back of a less-than-street-legal speed machine adorned with GoPro cameras. 

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When you are a camper at the Dwyane Wade and Brandon Marshall Sports Academy, it's a bold move to call out the host on his flopping.

Luckily, Wade was able to take it in stride and get a good laugh out of the question. Marshall thought it was pretty funny as well.

[Fox Sports, h/t The Big Lead]


In case you needed reminding: Sammy Watkins is stupidly good at catching footballs.

On Wednesday morning, the Buffalo Bills rookie wideout pulled off a ridiculous catch during practice that left his coaches and teammates chuckling. 

Sal Capaccio of WGR 550 in Buffalo captured a Vine of the catch. It is unfairly awesome.

Watkins mucked up a double-move route in the end zone, lunging right and stumbling as he attempted to cut left. Most would’ve given up on the play and tapped their chest—“That’s me. My bad.”

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University of Iowa offensive tackle Brandon Scherff is one mighty man.

Scherff was named to the first-team All-Big Ten last season, and if you watch this video, you will get a good glimpse as to why.

The 6'5", 320-pound lineman showed just how strong he is by doing three clean reps of 443 pounds:


Jason Statham wasn't always the action movie hero he is today. In fact, there was a time when he was a competitive diver representing England in the Commonwealth Games.

The BBC has released video from the 1990 Games in Auckland, in which Statham competed in the one-meter and three-meter springboard as well as the 10-meter platform. Spoiler: He didn't fare that well.


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The presence of news vans, reporters and rabid fans is bound to throw even the most tight-knit community into disarray.

With that in mind, LeBron James decided to send a personal apology in the form of cupcakes to his neighbors in Akron following the media uproar that his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers has caused, per Ben Chew of That NBA Lottery Pick.

You can see the cupcake packages below, courtesy of David Galehouse and Mason Berle on Twitter:

Let that be a lesson to any professional athletes from here on out. A few cupcakes can go a long way toward keeping the neighborhood happy.

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A man that appears to be guitarist and singer-songwriter Jack White was in the house for the Chicago Cubs' showdown vs. the San Diego Padres, and he did not look happy. 

As you can imagine, the combination of a miserable-looking famous fan and the Cubs made the jokes almost too easy for some on Twitter.

Cheer up, Jack! At least the Tigers (from White's hometown of Detroit) are solid this year!

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For every Summer League star that has shined in the NBA there have been equally as many that never panned out. 

With the 2014 Summer League officially over and some fresh faces having stepped up, it's interesting to look back at how some proven NBA stars got their start.

Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant was the first guard drafted into the NBA out of high school and had a lot to prove. In 1996, the then-17-year-old (wearing No. 32) dropped 36 points in a game versus the Phoenix Suns to lead the Lakers to a 107-100 victory.

By now we're used to seeing this type of dominance from Bryant, but it's interesting to look back and see Bryant excel at such a young age.