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VIDEO : Kobe Bryant Tribute at 2020 NBA All-Star Game

The 2020 NBA All-Star Game kicked off Sunday night in Chicago with Magic Johnson remembering former commissioner David Stern and former star player Kobe Bryant, who both recently lost their lives.

Johnson said Stern “saved my life, and the lives of millions of people” when Stern allowed him to play the 1992 All-Star Game in Orlando after Johnson announced he was HIV positive.

After Johnson gave his moving tribute to Stern and then Bryant, Chicago native Jennifer Hudson entered the stage at the United Center. Hudson, who is an Oscar-winning singer and actress, sang a stirring rendition of “For All We Know (We May Meet Again)” while images of Kobe Bryant were shown in the background. READ MORE

Magic Johnson was named president of basketball operations by the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday after returning to the organization as an adviser earlier in the month.


Magic Johnson HOSTS Think Like a Man Too screening with the big homies Ludacris and also cast members Terrence Jenkins, Michael Ealy and Jerry Ferrara.

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Racist, Racist, Racist LA Clippers Coach got the NBA Players up in arms and protesting his racist comments. Are we really surprised that this old coach is RACIST, RACIST, RACIST?
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Rich Kids of Beverly Hills 3Magic Johnson’s son, E.J. Johnson is going to be on a new E! reality show, Rich Kids of Beverly Hills. During an appearance on Fashion Police, he told Joan Rivers:

I’m working on something with E! right now. You’ll see me doing the absolute most with all my crazy friends….and stuff like that so…. so I’m definitely coming up in the entertainment world…

Rich Kids of Beverly Hills 4We now have additional details, along with an official teaser. The show features five uberly rich 25-year-olds (E.J. isn’t an official cast member) who maintain their wealth off of their family. READ MORE

EXCLUSIVE: Ebony Power 100

As we near the close of 2013, Ebony announced it’s POWER 100 list.  Business, pop-culture, education, politics, health and sciences, religion, spirituality and sports comprise the usual categories for honorees, but this year community crusaders were honored as well.  There was even room for future leaders at this amazing event.  The event was hosted by Nick Cannon at Jazz at Lincoln Center.

We were on hand for the red carpet arrivals.  It was a who’s who of celebrities, moguls and even a few kids.  There were some amazing photos.  My favorite would have to be Berry Gordy with the cast of Motown the Musical.



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