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Lil Wayne does not share the same love for Dwyane Wade and Lebron James like a lot of sports fans. In the current issue of Rolling Stone, Lil Tune Chi is upset because these two do not stop the game while earning their checks, to speak to him. Looks like being in the hole for a month really f**ked up this dude’s mind… Continue »
Yesterday, we gave single moms some love. You didn’t think we’d forgotten about the men out there raising kids on their own. Here are 10 celebrity single dads that deserve a high five. Continue »
Dwyane Wade And His Crusty Chapped Lips Cover Monarch Magazine… Other Than That He’s Pretty In Pink!
Dwyane Wade took a break from the game to shoot the upcoming cover of Monarch Magazine. At first glance, Dwyane Wade definitely catches the eye looking quite debonair in his grey suit with compliments of pink until you spot the crusty white chap on his lips… Photoshop doesn’t cost that much does it??? Continue »
Last night Bron Bron and his merry men handled their business last night in Madison Square Garden as the Heat defeated the Knicks 113-91, in their 11th straight win. Looks like some of the early season Lebron haters have had to eat a little crow as the team continues to gel and gain momentum.
James crushed the Knicks, scoring 32 points on 14-24 shooting. He also grabbed 11 rebounds and added 10 assists as Miami topped New York, 113-91, for its 11th straight win. It was James’ second triple-double of the season. From the opening tip, James was possessed. The Friday night crowd was amped, as the Knicks are performing better than they have in a decade. The team is 16-11, thanks in large part to MVP-caliber play of forward Amare Stoudemire, the free agent the Knicks signed instead of James. Less than a minute into the game, James sank a three-pointer, and hit another long jumper moments later. After each shot went in, James looked toward the sideline, and gave the Madison Square Garden crowd the “hush up” look. Though he did not go as far to talk trash with Spike Lee, who was sitting in his customary front row seat.
Miami is starting to mesh, and has now strung together one of those 11-game winning streaks fans were expecting all along (actually, many anticipated an 82-game streak for the new look Heat). “Boos are ok,” James afterwards. “I understand. It’s something I’ve gotten over my career on the road. I’ve had to adjust to it. The fans here are great. They’re very passionate and want their team to win and if you’re not on their team, you suck.”
After the final buzzer, a few New York fans couldn’t help hurling a few more obscenities James’ way. “I know,” he said while walking to the locker room, having wrapped up another astonishing performance on his “You Wish You Had Me” tour. “I know.”
Its good to see The Heat start to win like people expected. Now, all the have to do is win a ring this summer and the haters will multiply ten-fold. Get your popcorn ready…
Tonight, marks the first time that Lebron James and his two high-paid homies have made the trip to Madison Square Garden since they united to form the three-headed monster that is the Miami Heat. Continue »