The Los Angeles Lakers superstar nearly came to blows with Detroit Pistons player Isaiah Stewart, and many across #NBATwitter thought this was going to be Malice In The Palace part two.
For way too many people 2020 has been a wash, but Big Sean is still managing to make out quite nicely. Today (Dec. 23), the Detroit Pistons announced they have named the "Blessed" rapper their Creative Director of Innovation.
No word on whether or not Cole will take up the Pistons on the tryout but if he's seriously considering trading in the microphone for a basketball, what's he got to lose? Even with Derrick Rose and Blake Griffin the Detroit Pistons can certainly use another big name to help put butts in the seats... whenever it's safe to attend NBA games anyway.
Just like last week, The Fumble's hosts Chris Clarke (@CK2K) and Jackie Rae (@JRaeTheFanatic) return to discuss all of the sports tea we learned from the fantastic documentary that highlights the 1998 Chicago Bulls run to their final championship.
Years after hanging up his jersey Grant Hill proves to be in a class by himself. His former sneaker company has brought him back for a new partnership.
Professional athletes are renowned for having potty mouths, which makes sports crew’s job that much more difficult for covering the action on the field and/or court.
While they are for the most part very corny, Twitter beefs have become a guilty pleasure for many. Most recently Detroit Pistons guard Brandon Jennings took a swipe at Chris Smith who also happens to be a New York Knick along with his brother and “Desert Thirsty Ni–a” J.R. Smith.
The Game is known for putting his hands on rappers, but reports have been swirling around that the West Coast artist punched NBA star Brandon Jennings at his birthday party. While partying at a Los Angeles nightclub this past weekend, The Game allegedly hauled off on Jennings over the use of a deejay’s microphone.
Your Black World: Is T-Pain The Most Ignorant Performer In America Bossip: Nicki Minaj Complex: Bangin! The 25 Hottest Gun-Toting Movie Chicks Black Voices: Judge Removed In Trial of Alleged Cleveland Serial Killer The Atlanta Post: Basketball ‘Bad Boy’ Rick Mahorn Files For Bankruptcy