Kevin Garnett could barely hide his joy standing on the field of Stanford Bridge, the home of London’s soccer team Chelsea. Garnett, with his team, the Brooklyn Nets, in England as a part of a campaign to expand NBA global presence in eight different countries, admitted that he was eagerly waiting to visit the Chelsea soccer club and exchange jerseys with some of its players. The NBA veteran was welcomed warmly and even took a picture with a replica Champions league trophy, the biggest honor in European soccer, which Chelsea won in 2013.
Garnett is not the only NBA star who wants to get involved in the most popular sport in the world. Recently LeBron James invested in the Liverpool soccer club, and Garnett said that he might take ownership stake after his retirement. Interestingly, both the Brooklyn Nets and Chelsea have Russian billionaire owners, so there might be a connection after all.
Multiple shoulder injuries are hard to play through, especially for sports enthusiasts who are used to being constantly on the move and active. David Apel had an appointment with Dr. Armin Tehrany after his mountain biking accident that resulted in multiple shoulder injuries. David had suffered an AC joint displacement, torn ligaments, a partially detached […]
Choosing the right orthopedic doctor can be a real challenge. Oftentimes, the choice is restricted by the insurance plan, making it even harder to find the professional who will carefully listen to patient’s needs and completely devote themselves to providing a successful treatment. Leila Gutierrez wasn’t completely satisfied with her first orthopedic doctor. Due to […]