The Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian love affair has been going on for a while, but we may be finally breaking ground on a reunion between the separated husband and wife. In the video when asked about getting back with Khloe, Odom responds with, “of course.”
On Monday night during the Warriors game 4 against the Rockets, Stephen Curry tried to block a shot by Trevor Ariza but ended up flying over Ariza’s back and landing hard on his hand, back and head. Although they were in Houston at the Toyota Center, the entire arena went quiet with great worry about Curry’s condition. They then applauded when he got up and was able to walk back to the locker room. Though he was able to walk everyone was still worried about his possible injuries including what many thought was a concussion. Curry was diagnosed with a head contusion. Not only was he okay, he came back out and got back in the game! Since everyone saw he was alright, Twitter did it’s usual business of creating memes out of his crazy fall.
GoFundMe was a great and simple way for people to raise money for worthy causes like cancer treatments and homelessness but now it’s taken a turn for the worst. People started raising money for crazy stuff like financing Vegas trips and other ludicrous, unnecessary things. The latest craze seems to be raising money for sports teams and players. Recently, New England Patriots fans set up a GoFundMe to raise $1 million to pay the fine from the DeflateGate investigation. Last time I checked they raised over $16,000! Now their Super Bowl opponents are trying to use the service as well.
Rapper 40 Glocc was pressed to fight The Game but instead, his celebrity boxing opponent is Jack Thriller. As in true boxing fashion, the trash talk has begun but Jack went all the way in with this video laced with threats that go way beyond the boxing ring.
A flash flood emergency was declared in Houston where torrential downpours created severe flooding. Tons of cars were stuck on highways and fans inside the Toyota Center were urged to remain in the arena. Some 200 fans were stuck in the Toyota Center for hours along with Rockets star center Dwight Howard. According to Howard, he lives further away then the other players and was urged to stay in the arena while the others left. Howard remained upbeat and even came out and comforted the stranded fans as well as speaking with the media.