Chris Brown Sued For Assault That Occurred During A Basketball Game [Update: Brown Counter-Sues] May 13, 2014 at 06:43pm
Chris Brown either can't catch a break or suffers some major difficulty in restraining himself. According to a lawsuit filed by a man named Malcolm Ausbon Thursday on Feb.
When hip hop 'It' couple Jay Z and Beyonce recently showed up courtside at the Brooklyn Nets vs. Miami Heat game amidst major controversies. the buzz of the pairs appearance was carried around swiftly.
Over the weekend, many celebrities hopped on their private jets and made their way to Las Vegas in order to see the anticipated Mayweather/Pacquiao fight go down. Chris Brown was among the hip-hop royalty that visited Vegas, in addition to Jay Z
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have become well known for their elaborate birthday gifts to each other-- Mr. West's elaborate marriage proposal was actually a gift for Kim on her 33rd-- and they keep that rep alive today for Kanye's 38th.
Floyd Mayweather, according to Vegas Gambling Stream, has bet a whopping 5.9 million dollars on the Heat to win game 7 against the Indiana Pacers tonight. **ALERT** Good source from my #HeavyHitters Vegas crew alerted me that Floyd Mayweather has laid over $5
Chris Brown can now move on from the "brawl" lawsuit that went down last year at a basketball pick-up game. Chris and his lawyer, Mark Geragos, managed to settle with the alleged victim, for a rather small amount according to TMZ.
About a week ago, The Game Instagrammed a picture of his newest tattoo: Mike Tyson's face, inked on the back of one of his hands.
LeBron James is the best basketball player in the world, so it's not shocking that he would pass on some stellar athletic genes to his kids. Yesterday, King James posted a quick video of his son, LeBron Jr. hooping and getting to the rim for the finish.
For whatever reason, Drake continues to show love for the Kentucky Wildcats.
Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant parted ways with agent Rob Pelinka and could align himself with Roc Nation Sports in the future, Sports Business Journal reported Friday night.USA Today, meanwhile, reported that Durant will go without an agent becaus
Chi-town producer, DJ Camper was invited out to London while Kanye West was recording Yeezus. Looking to take a break from a recording session, Camper started playing ball with fellow Chicago natives, Kanye and Common. Talking about hooping with ‘Ye, Cam
Yesterday, we got word that Chris Brown was being charged with misdemeanor battery after allegedly punching someone during a basketball game over the weekend, but today, charges have been dropped.
Sports and hip hop often go hand in hand. Rappers not only love to make sports analogies and references as frequently as possible, but they always show allegiance to their team/sport of choice often representing the city they are from.
Recently it was revealed the LeBron James is the second highest paid athlete in all of the United States, and had surpassed Kobe Bryant who had long stood as the “most popular player” worldwide in the NBA. Now Forbes has released numbers of top sneaker s
Slam dunks are without a doubt one of the most entertaining aspects of the game of basketball. At one point or another, whether on a Nerf hoop in our bedroom, or a lowered backyard rim, or purely in our imagination, every basketball fan has pictured themselv
Barack Obama's love for basketball is a subject that comes up fairly regularly as the President loves to play hoops, and doesn't even mind if he catches an errant elbow, or is off on a day and throws up some bricks in front of onlookers, he just likes to ball.
There have been a plethora of NBA stars who have dipped their feet in a rap profession but none have been too successful.
TMZ is reporting that today, Friday the 13th, Khloe Kardashian-Odom will file for divorce from former NBA star Lamar Odom. The divorce was imminent. Lamar has allegedly been battling a crack addiction, and even bragged on camera about cheating on his wife.
The power forward position has become increasingly versatile in recent years. Typically a position for bruising board-crashers, fours are now more apt to step out and knock down midrange and three point shots. When looking at the impact of big forwards aro
The NBA playoffs are often a great opportunity for hip hop artists to get their new music promoted on a huge platform. Noteworthy examples include Eminem's "Not Afraid" in 2010 and Pitbull and Christina Aguilera's "Feel This Moment" in 2013.
Since its inception in 1946, the NBA has fluctuated as a league, which at times was dominated by guards and at other times, ruled by big men. Originally, the center position was meant to swat shots, grab rebounds, and score with their backs to the rim.
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