Chris Paul’s son “Lil Chris” is too cute, smart and funny. He’s truly a star in the making as he captured everyone’s heart by doing the Blake Griffin face. At a young age he can already name the players based off their jersey numbers and can apparently beat All-Star and veteran Grant Hill in basketball. Check it out after the jump.
Atlanta native T.I. added something special to the Hawks game against the Heat last night by doing some color commentary. When I first heard he was doing this I pictured a Walt “Clyde” Frasier type of performance with big words but instead T.I. was very, relaxed and funny. Check out his interview and a bit of his commentary after the jump.
Game freestyles in this black and white video adding a diss to to Shyne for dissing his homie Kendrick Lamar! He repped Compton on the NY streets as some snow was hitting the ground. Hit the jump to watch the acapella freestyle.
Last night Monta Ellis was fouled hard by rookie Bradley Beal on a layup attempt. After Ellis fell into a row of nearby photographers, Beal reached out his hand on what looked like an attempt to help the Bucks guard off the ground- but Brandon Jennings didn’t see it that way. Jennings came out of nowhere and shoved Beal in the back, pushing him to the ground. Following the altercation, and official review, Jennings and Beal were ejected with Flagrant-2 fouls. Jennings has always been a bit of hothead. Check it out after the jump.
As a bride I would not want to add to my stress by watching my photographer’s hair light up in flames mid-wedding. Well this bride watched her photographer’s hair ignite and really just laughed it off with the rest of the crowd. Hit the jump.
Blogger and statistician, Nate Silver, predicted who will win the elections and even bet money on it opposing a TV host. He did not take a lucky guess he strategically pinpointed who would win. Now he is predicted to make millions for his mathematical skills. Nate is a blogger for the NY Times and for his own personal blog as well. Hit the jump for what he said prior to the elections.
Chief Keef shot visuals for his track “Kobe” somewhere near the Staples Center in LA. Sosa compares his life to Kobe on the Finally Rich track. His debut album will be in stores on December 18. Watch “Kobe” below.