We’ve all heard of the Wayne Gretzky quote: “you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. Yet, what happens when a kid from Coney Island takes his shot over 7,000 miles away? Just ask three-time CBA champ Stephon Marbury – after all, it “changed [his] life”.
Exclusive: “Uncut Gems” Star Lakeith Stanfield Talks NBA Legends, Authenticity, and What’s Ahead for 2020
If you haven’t seen the gritty quintessential New York film Uncut Gems, then it’s pretty obvious your gems are cut. Simple as that.
Dove Men+Care’s newest sportcare range has some pretty big names involved, but they don’t have the most familiar faces. They’re new group of spokesmen carry the last names Paul, Williams, and Suarez– not the pro athletes, but still inspirational athletes in their own communities. The new campaign is being announced by ESPN reporter Kevin Negandhi, who was enthusiastic to work alongside everyday athletes versus the pros he works with on the daily.
This week, famed fashion house and culture curating phenom Maison Kitsune hosted a launch party to kick off an 8-city tour featuring a collective of up and coming artists.
HYDE SUNSET + NIGHTINGALE kicked off NBA All Star Weekend with a bang. And there was plenty of excitement.
Los York announces new feature documentary film: ‘Unbanned: The Legend of AJ1’.
On Friday, February 16th, Kendrick Lamar performed live from the TNT American Express Road Show during NBA All-Star Weekend in downtown Los Angeles.
Drake will host this epic show where the entertainment and sports worlds come together to celebrate the best in basketball! It airs Monday, June 26th live on TNT at 9pm ET/PT.
Golden State came out scorching, taking full advantage of a wounded Spurs team. Scoring 72 points in the first-half behind Curry’s 19 points on 5-7 shooting from long-range. Curry had great help from teammates Draymond Green and Kevin Durant with a combine of 19 points between the two.
The silver lining for the Spurs was Forward Jonathan Simmons who was the only Spur in double figures going into the second-half with 17 of the teams 44 points. Although, Simmons had his career high in scoring, it wasn’t sufficient for the fast paced Warriors team. With a final score of 136-100 in favor of Golden State. Stephen Curry had a game high with 29 points and 7 assists.
Tonight, San Antonio was forced to skirmish without their superstar Kawhi Leonard. Twisting his ankle multiple times throughout game one. It remains unknown if the efforts by Warriors Center Zaza Pachuila were intent to harm Leonard.
However, the NBA didn’t believe that the defensive play from Pachuila was malicious enough for a flagrant two foul.
Kawhi was having a tremendous impact on the game. 26 Points, 8 Rebounds, 3 assists, and 11 free-throw attempts in just 24 minutes. (Game 1)
Rest assured this Veteran Spurs team has a chance of overcoming adversity. This is a proven pedigree organization; anything can happen in game three. Nonetheless credit the Warriors for taking care of business in the first two games of this Western Conference Finals.
NBA star turned culture critic Charles Barkley launches a new series, American Race, premiering this week on TNT.