Louis Ceaser, Playmaker Correspondent
LOLO JONES: Lolo has been on a hot streak in regards to W's as of late. On Saturday, Jones grabbed first place in the women's 100 meter hurdles at the 2010 USA World Championships. Lolo's win was extra sweet as the race took place in Des Moines, Iowa, her hometown. Congratulations Lolo!
BRANDON JENNINGS: Young Buck was in attendance on Friday at Summerfest. Jennings hosted games for kids to win tickets and other prizes courtesy of his team. Brandon hinted to the young crowd that he's going to open the NBA season with a fresh, super-unique haircut. It's going to be hard to surpass the epic Gumby hair cut though. Stay tuned.
STEVE NASH: After hosting his charity soccer event, Steve jetted back to South Africa to continue coverage of the 2010 World Cup. Nash has been having an awesome time visiting his place of birth and interacting with fans from all over the world. Steve recently made an impromptu yet memorable visit to Nelson Mandela's town of Soweto.
OSI UMENYIORA: Even though Osi's starting situation with the Giants is still up in the air, one thing is certain---Osi knows talent. "Pay the man," is the slogan both Umenyiora and Justin Tuck reiterated to ESPN in regards to Darrelle Revis' request for a new contract with the Jets. Revis wants a larger contract than Raider's Nnamdi Asomugha, currently the highest paid CB in the League.
DONOVAN MCNABB: DM5 and tight end Fred Davis recently welcomed the #1 2010 NBA draft pick, John Wall, to Washington DC. Fans in the Nation's Capitol now have another superstar to root for as Wall looks to become the face of the Wizard's franchise.
RAJON RONDO: Boston's PG is hosting the Red Bull 2-on-2 Revolution and it's coming to a city near you in mid-July. So grab a teammate and register if you think you have enough game to win $2,000 cash.