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  • Cover of What’s New In Battle Rap (February 6)
    Battle rap is quickly growing as a culture. What was almost completely relegated to street corners and Youtube a few years ago has garnered national recognition, more tv programming, Pay-Per-View events, and other attention of the mainstream media.
  • Cover of 12 Of Drake's Funniest Moments
    Drizzy Drake is not doubt one of the biggest hip hop artists in present day. His albums have moved millions of units and he has sold out shows all the around the world. But one thing that you should know about the star is that he's also a pretty funny guy.   
  • Cover of 6 NBA Teams That Should Change Back To Their Retro Jerseys
    The NBA has grown exponentially in the past 25 years on multiple levels. On a macro level, by expanding their brand to a global audience and adding franchises. On a micro level, by implementing replays and allowing for zone defenses. 
  • Cover of Grizzlies Teammates Dress As "White Men Can't Jump" Characters For Halloween
    This past weekend is when most NBA players dressed up for Halloween as the season hadn't started yet, and we saw some solid costumes from the Thunder, and the Spurs, but Jon Leuer and Quincy Pondexter may have stolen the show.
  • Cover of Jordan Says Playing Grizzlies Owner 1-on-1 Is "Comical"
    Grizzlies owner Robert J. Pera challenged Michael Jordan to a game of one-on-one for a million dollars to charity, but Jordan calls is "comical." 35 year old billionaire, Robert Pera is the youngest owner in the league, and actually possesses a pretty decent jumpshot and game.
  • Cover of Grizzlies Owner Challenges Michael Jordan 1-on-1 For $1M
    The owner of the Memphis Grizzlies, Robert J. Pera has taken to Twitter to challenge more people to a game of one-on-one including Mark Cuban, and even Michael Jordan. Turns out I was way off with my analysis of Pera's game.
  • Cover of Three 6 Mafia's DJ Paul Supports Grizzlies With Gun Photo
    The Memphis Grizzlies have advanced to the Western Conference Finals for the first time in franchise history, and along the way on their playoff run the fantastic Memphis fans have been going wild at games.  A classic Memphis-produced track, “Whoop That Trick,” from the soundtrack off the Academy Award winning Hus
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