Green was taken to the city jail and given a breathalyzer test that resulted in a blood alcohol content of.10. One officer said , "The sound of the slap was very loud". TMZ Sports has obtained Draymond Green's mug shot - showing the National Basketball Association star smiling while wearing an "Attack the Glass" shirt.
Anderson Silva's last outing was a unanimous-decision defeat to Michael Bisping back in February. "Every time he's moved up to 205, he's looked better than he did at 185". Silva admitted he "wasn't really training hard or preparing for a fight", but did spar on Wednesday. Silva defeated Nick Diaz at UFC 183, but the fight was later ruled a non-contest after Silva tested positive for a banned substance.
The S&P 500 Index was little changed Wednesday after climbing in eight of the prior 10 days, shaking off a 5.3 percent plunge following the United Kingdom vote to post the biggest advance over any such stretch since December 2011. OIL: Benchmark U.S. crude fell 54 cents to $46.25 per barrel in NY while Brent crude, a standard for global oil prices, lost 72 cents to $47.75 a barrel in London.
Look, if this had happened six years ago, it would have been cause for celebration. Dwyane Wade was the Miami Heat. Sure there's been some jersey-burning idiocy and other ignorant responses from Heat fans, but most of the reaction has been positive.
Former Michigan State star basketball player Draymond Green was arrested for assault on Sunday for allegedly striking a current Michigan State football player, according to the arrest report from the East Lansing Police Department. He also told wrote that he and Green had been in an altercation Friday night with a group that included Green at Rick's American Cafe, an East Lansing nightclub.
Pence, meanwhile, was one of the most outspoken critic of TARP among House Republicans , questioning the urgency of the need to address the financial crisis. Paul Ryan, who has been critical of Trump despite his endorsement of the candidate, considered Pence a "personal friend", according to the Washington Post .