Frank Lampard, Phil Mickelson and the Miami Heat highlight the Saturday evening edition of the InscriberMag: Digital Magazine’s News and Notes for May 31, 2014.
Frank Lampard and David Villa To NYCFC? – According to ProSoccerTalk.com, Chelsea’s Frank Lampard and Atletico Madrid’s David Villa are set to make the move to the soon-to-be-named MLS expansion club, New York City FC. A 13-year veteran at Stamford Bridge, the 35-year-old Lampard scored 211 goals for Chelsea.
Villa, 33, is Spain’s all-time leading goal scorer and netted 125 goals for the runner-up Atletico Madrid will bring his career 247 goals to the Big Apple.
Phil Mickelson Investigated For Links To Possible Insider Trading: According to The Wall Street Journal, two-time Masters champion and five-time major champion, Phil Mickelson is under investigation from the FBI and the Securities and Exchange Commission for being involved with possible insider trading with Las Vegas gambler Billy Walters and Carl Icahn.
While no charges have been officially filed, Mickelson has confirmed that he has done nothing wrong and has fully cooperated with the ongoing investigation.
Miami Heat Clinch 4th Straight Finals Trip, Ready for Three-Peat?: After closing out the Indiana Pacers, 117-92, in Game 6 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals, the two-time defending champions look set to three-peat. In impressive fashion, the Heat have turned their game up to another level in playing lockdown defense and making timely shots.
It also helps Miami that they have this generation’s most dominant player in LeBron James and the most feared three-point specialist in Ray Allen. With Oklahoma City and San Antonio set to possibly play a Game 7, the Heat will also have the advantage of rest, as they before beginning their historical quest on the road.