Chris Paul loves the kids and has constantly gone out of his way to give back to the younger generation and have an impact on them the best way he can. Yesterday, Chris, along with his Chris Paul Family Foundation, State Farm and NBA Cares, held an event at the Educational Alliance Boys & Girls Club’s Edgies Clubhouse in New York City where they unveiled a state of the art mobile teen learning center. This was all part of the State Farm Assists Tracker, which provided $5 for every assist made league wide during the 2015-16 season to help renovate select Boys & Girls clubs across the country. We were invited to the event and had a chance to sit down with both Chris Paul & Minnesota Timberwolves rookie of the year, Karl Anthony Towns.
iDime Inc. is developing a dime-sized magnet for our iPhones to help increase memory storage.
Sony is installing demo kiosks at Best Buy and Gamestop retail sites across the US and Canada beginning today!
G Herbo is on a roll… Landing a spot on XXL’s 2016 Freshman cover while on the road on The Smoker’s Club Tour. Herb wastes no time paying homage to the late Tupac on “Hail Mary”.