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Shaquille O’Neal Audition To Pharrell Williams Brings Out Cheers and Groans

Shaquille O’Neal Audition To Pharrell Williams Brings Out Cheers and Groans

By Galen Velonis 13 hours ago

Pharrell Williams may be known for his runaway viral video hit “Happy”, but he also happens to be curating the soundtrack for the latest NBA video game, NBA 2K15. So what happens a few days after it was announced Williams …

Jennette McCurdy Disses Ex-Boyfriend Again

Jennette McCurdy is dissing her ex again, this time on Twitter. In what has become known as her trademark outspoken style, McCurdy recently told the world that “sometimes I look at old photographs of my ex and I cry because …

Eliza Dushku and Rick Fox Have Split

Eliza Dushku has ended her five-year relationship with boyfriend Rick Fox, a retired NBA player, and moved back to her hometown of Boston. “Rick’s an LA guy and I’m a Boston girl,” Dushku said of the split. “I missed my …

Carmelo Anthony: Will He Leave New York?

Carmelo Anthony decided to use the opt-out clause in his contract with the New York Knicks. A league source said that Anthony will be a free agent starting on July 1. The source revealed the news in anonymity, as he …

San Antonio Spurs Win 2014 NBA Championship

Ending Miami Heat’s two year winning streak, the San Antonio Spurs claimed their fifth NBA title. The games were won 5-1, and the score of the final game was 104-87. “It makes last year OK,” player Tim Duncan told CBS. …

NBA Stars Read More Mean Tweets About Themselves

For the second time, Jimmy Kimmel has given us a special NBA-themed version of one of the best bits in his repertoire – celebrities reading mean tweets about themselves. This time, you’ll find NBA stars like Amar’e Stoudemire, Paul George, …

San Antonio Spurs On Top: Can Miami Heat Come Back?

The Miami Heat are on the verge of being blown away by a dominant San Antonio Spurs. With only one win from four, the NBA Finals have thus far been a shocking blow to the defending NBA champions. This is …

Andray Blatche Granted Filipino Citizenship

On Wednesday, Benigno Aquino, President of the Philippines, signed a bill which he and his countrymen hope will boost the success of Filipino sports to unprecedented levels. The bill, which was rushed through Congress in unusual form, granted citizenship to …

Michael Jordan Hopes to Bolster Team and Community

When Michael Jordan first bought a stake in the Charlotte Bobcats in 2006, he knew he was not likely to see immediate returns on his investment. And when he bought a majority-stake in the organization in 2010, Jordan remembered that …

Dwyane Wade Flops In NBA Final, Gets $5000 Fine

Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade is the latest recipient of a $5,000 fine after he exaggerated a foul on Game 2 of the finals. The flop happened in the second quarter when Wade reacted excessively on a play where Manu …

V. Stiviano Allegedly ‘Punched in the Face’ in NYC

V. Stiviano, the woman who infamously taped the damning video of L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling making racist comments, was assaulted by two men in New York City Sunday, her lawyer told ABC News. However, no police reports have been …

Steve Ballmer Agrees To Buy Clippers For $2 Billion Steve Ballmer Agrees To Buy Clippers For $2 Billion

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has signed an agreement to buy the Los Angeles Clippers from the Sterling Family Trust for a record $2 billion, according to a source that spoke with CNN on Thursday night. The NBA would still …

Miami Heat Dominate Pacers to Take 3-1 Series Lead

All season long, the Miami Heat were looking forward to the Indiana Pacers in the NBA Eastern Conference standings, with the Pacers eventually finishing the season two games ahead of the Heat. The immense amount of success for the Pacers …

Donald Sterling Says He Isn't a Racist

Guess what? Despite being caught on tape telling his girlfriend not to bring any black people to his games, disgraced Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling insists that he is not a racist. Instead, Sterling says he was “baited” into …

Michael Jordan Used To Be Racist

Michael Jordan made a name for himself in the sports world, but it wasn’t easy. The college basketball star, and legend of the NBA, admitted in his new biography Michael Jordan: The Life, written by Roland Lazenby, that he used …

Kevin Durant Wins The NBA MVP Award

Kevin Durant, the Oklahoma City Thunder star, was awarded the most prestigious award in the NBA on Tuesday. After receiving 119 first-place votes, Kevin was named the NBA MVP of the year. Durant averaged 32 points per game, winning his …

Shaq Fu 2 Is Coming, A Sequel To An Abysmal Game

It was by 1994 that we grew familiar with 2D fighting games: a one vs. one matchup where characters would yell “Hadouken” or “GET OVER HERE!” and beat the living tar out of each other. Street Fighter II and Mortal …