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Lakers Fire Mitch Kupchak And Name Magic Johnson The President Of Basketball Operations

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

[Video] The Moment DeMarcus Cousins Found Out He Might Be Traded

DeMarcus Cousins was freed from basketball purgatory Sunday night, as the Sacramento Kings traded him to the New Orleans Pelicans for Buddy Hield, Tyreke...

Atlanta Falcons, the 2016 NFC CHAMPIONS, is still the talk of the city !

Matt Ryan, pic courtesy of Atlanta Falcons After a heartbreaking loss over the Patriots, the Atlanta Falcons are still my number 1 team ! The city...

Positive Update On JR Smith’s Baby Who was Born Prematurely

JR Smith's newborn baby girl, Dakota is still fighting for her life in the NICU having been born five months premature, but she's doing...

Lady Gaga Brings Message Of Unity To Super Bowl Halftime Performance

Lady Gaga's powerful Super Bowl LI halftime performance didn't have any of the overt political statements that some people were expecting, but it did...

Three (3) Day Parties – The Super Weekend Takeover, Houston, TX, FEB. 3-5, 2017

The SUPER Weekend TAKEOVER, Houston, TX is going down this weekend at Aura! FriDAY, Feb. 3, 2017 – Houston, TX  SUPER Birds’ Nest The Ultimate DAY Escape  2p...

Lebron James Fires Off On Charles Barkley After His Recent Statements

  LeBron James ripped current TNT analyst Charles Barkley following the Cavs 104-97 loss to the Mavericks. “He’s a hater … What makes what he says...

Usher & The City Of Atlanta Show Love for the Atlanta Falcon’s

Faithful Atlanta Falcons, hundreds of them, dressed in red and black, packed the atrium of Atlanta City Hall Friday. He was joined on stage by...

Kevin Hart PhotoBombs James Harden’s Interview, Allen Iverson, Meek Mill

Kevin Hart is a fool! Get your laugh on at the comedian interrupting James Harden’s interview after the 76ers and the Rockets went head-to-head,...

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