New York Knickerbocker Amar’e Stoudemire drops some knowledge about the African-American and the state of the people in a video found on WSHH. The hooper and philanthropist even delivered a Bible verse sure to make the uninitiated shiver. Kudos to Mr. Stoudemire for standing up on his beliefs. He also put his money where his mouth is by producing the film Beyond the Lights with BET last year. Clap for’em
The second annual ‘Drake Night’ was held December 17th at the Toronto Raptors vs. Brooklyn Nets NBA game. Drake being the Raptor’s Global Ambassador introduced the players, talked courstside with ESPN, and provided the team with retro Raptors jerseys. The night was fun for fans too as they received giveaway items including a ‘Drake Night’ tee shirt. Enjoy a few highlights from the big night below.
Most artist know that getting endorsements or starting other business ventures is how you really make a coin. Wale has jumped on board and has become the Creative Liaison for NBA team Washington Wizards. His responsibilities include: putting his personal stamp on team merchandise, be involved in charity events, help with promotional work through social media and creating content for Monumental Network. (Monumental Sports & Entertainment owns the Wizards, the Washington Capitals and the WNBA’s Washington Mystics.) Continue reading “Wale Becomes Creative Liaison For The Washington Wizards” »
The NBA is using K.Dot’s newly released single as the soundtrack for the 2014-15 season. The single samples The Isley Brothers’ “Who’s That Lady,” and will be featured in promotional videos for the season with appearances from NBA ballers Carmelo Anthony, James Harden, LeBron James, and Dirk Nowitzki, He will also perform “i” at the NBA/TNT concert on Thursday, October 30.
Two months after forfeiting his Brooklyn Nets ownership, Jay-Z and partner OG Juan Perez, have been cleared by the National Basketball Players Association to represent NBA players. Word on the street is that Hov is trying to recruit Oklahoma City Thunder star, Kevin Durant…we’ll keep our ear to the street and see what we can come up with…
Lil Wayne dialed into 99 Jamz to clarify his controversial commentson the NBA and the Miami Heat during All-Star weekend. He says he doesn’t regret any of his comments because at his party, he says what the fuck he wants to say. However, he regrets his “Fuck LeBron”; Apologizes to the city of Miami. ;He clarifies his banned comment and spoke on his conversation with the NBA commissioner David Stern.
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