Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011 at
Shaquille O’ Neal the four-time NBA champion, three-time NBA Finals MVP, 15 time All Star, All-American at Louisiana State University, musical star, renaissance man and Nineteen years in the NBAâ€™s league makes a very impressive resume for â€œThe Big Guyâ€ as he is often referred to by â€œUncle Jeromeâ€. Â But there is a lot more to Shaquille Oâ€™Neal than basketball.
It seems like Gladys night wasnâ€™t the only one on that midnight train to Georgia from the Soul Train awards. Spotted at the Gold Room Thursday night was a Very Tall Confident Shaquille Oâ€™Neal who was in town for a few reasons. #1 Visiting the set of TNT preparing for his new analyst job on TNTâ€™s Inside The NBA, and #2 He was visiting Morehouse College for his one on one live taping of an interview with Kelly Wright from Fox News discussing his new book â€œShaq Uncutâ€. READ MORE
Friday, November 18th, 2011 at
WorldStarHipHop posted a funnyÂ video of rapper Drake while he was attending the NBA 2011 Playoff games. He is seenÂ talking to a woman when he obviously realizes his breath might not be too safe for the conversation……Check out the hilarious video inside and look to see how Drake took care of his “situation”. READ MORE
Wednesday, September 14th, 2011 at
Legendary basketball player, Michael Jordan, has been fined $100, 000! Why has the superstar been fined so much? Apparently, Michael has been opening his mouth a little too much! Sources say the NBA is fining Michael for discussing the lockout and Andrew Bogut (an Australian player) with an Australian newspaper. There are rules set in place that prohibit owners and employees from discussing the lockout. Mike is majority-owner of the Charlotte Bobcats. Therefore, his ownership has put him in violation of the rules.Â READ MORE
Saturday, August 27th, 2011 at
Former NBA player and Georgia Tech star, Javaris Crittenton, is wanted in the shooting death of a 23-year-old mother of four in Southwest Atlanta last week. The player allegedly shot the woman attempting to shoot at a person she was walking with. The mother, Jullian Jones, was shot in the leg and later died in surgery. The police believe the shooting was in retaliation for a robbery of his jewelry back in April and it is believed that he is somewhere in Los Angeles. The Atlanta Police are working with the FBI to apprehend him. READ MORE
Sunday, July 10th, 2011 at
Itâ€™s hard out here for everybody! With the NBA in a lockout, New Jersey Nets star Deron Williams has decided to play in Turkey during the lockout. While he has decided to come back to the NBA as soon as an agreement on a collective bargaining agreement is reached, Williams feels as though some other stars might just play basketball overseas long term.
What makes him feel like this? Collective bargaining agreements could leave superstar players like Kobe Bryant only making $11 million a year. With those kind of numbers, players could go over to Europe and make more money. If European teams could be sure to secure players like Lebron James, theyâ€™ll be more willing to cough up the dough. READ MORE