James Harden started the season shooing horribly, as a result the Houston Rockets got off to a record historically bad start. Lil B The BaseGod even got in on the action, but after three straight prolific games and Rocket victories, Harden lets this sideline reporter know he’s still BOSS.
Sean ” Puff Daddy” Combs started a “vote or die” campaign back in 2004. Also known as P. Diddy, he played a major role of influencing the young hip hop community to start voting. Four years later Diddy’s campaign was one of the forces that helped Obama get into office. Now Diddy is looking for a return on the efforts made by people of color to get Obama into the white house.
The New York Knicks defeated the Washington Wizards in a nail biter last night 117-110. Knicks Star Carmelo Anthony erupted for 37 points, hitting 4-5 three pointers along the way. Initially struggling to start the season, Anthony had some added motivation and it came from an unlikely source.
People all over the world are invested in Halloween. It brings out the inner child in everyone, showcasing all kinds of creativity. The NBA has put their two cents toward the #HalloweenChallenge2015.The Cleveland Cavaliers had their annual Halloween party last night, and The King used Purple Rain legend, Prince to secure the win.
There’s always some truth to every joke but did she take it TOO far? Olympic track and field, bob-sledder, model and Dancing With The Stars contestant Lolo Jones got into the Halloween Spirit and dressed up as Chicago Bulls superstar Derrick Rose, but not just any Derrick Rose. Jones dressed up as a injured Derrick Rose and left nothing undone.
Chance the Rapper has had a really good year so far, with one of his most recent accomplishments being his “Family Matters” tour. Many have described it to be an incredible show filled with love and amazing vibes. Jay Z and Beyoncé actually took time out to see one of his performances. From Acid Rap to the jazzy masterpieces of The Social Experiment, Chance always show’s a variety of creativity and skill.
Minnesota Timberwolves head coach, and president of basketball operations and Phil “Flip” Saunders has passed away at the age of 60. Saunders was a basketball lifer, coaching the game since the late 70s, making it to the NBA level in 1995.