So as I began to browse the blogs, as usual I see Kim Kardashian plastered everywhere. Rumor mill has it that Kimmy has already cheated on Fiance Kris Humphries with a football player, and yes he’s black. Once you go black, you can’t go back. Is that how it goes.
Well Bret Lockett is coming forward to tell his side of the story after his brother decided to leak the news to In Touch Weekly without his brothers consent.
When presented with that dilema Lockett decided to tell his side of the story.
Amber Roseherself goes on the record and admits that she and Reggie Bushdid date after her breakup with Kanye West last year. And further, she admits that he was just a rebound for her—and she was just a rebound for him after his breakup with Kim Kardashian. “Me and Reggie dated very briefly after Kanye,” she told KING for the July/August issue. “We were both each other’s rebounds and we both knew that and were cool with that.”
If social networking doesn’t already make it easy enough for girls who would normally have NO chance of meeting a “baller”, it seems like these athletes just will never learn. Twitter Model Miss Hawaii is stretching her 15 minutes of “fame” 2 months later as last night she decided to go ham on Kyrie Irving and threaten to leak “videos” of him. Last time we heard of @MissHawaii she provided “evidence” of her association to the Duke guard. Looks like we have a new “Kat Stacks” type of gal- well kinda.
And the drama is back in the life of Joe Budden as his ex Esther Baxter have been going at it via Twitter. Reports have it that Joe Budden is alittle sour over his ex girl Esther cheating on him with NFL player Derrick Ward.
When Ocho Cinco isn’t tweeting about his snuggie or odd pets, he’s saying whatever comes to mind. Although the NFL lockout seems to be coming and going and players are not allowed to speak to coaches, it doesn’t keep them from talking about each other. Ocho Cinco went in this weekend as round 2 began between the two. Continue reading Ocho Cinco Comes for Marvin Lewis via Twitter→
Who said basketball wasn’t physical? Sunday night was full of flames and the Heat brought the fire as they dominated the Celtics and came out with the win with a score of 100-77, giving them the #2 seed in the Eastern Conference Finals. This was a tough match and couldn’t go without emotion. As we near the playoffs these players are bringing their hearts on the court. In the first half of the game the tension rose. As Lebron scurried down the court on a fast break, Jermaine O’Neal beat him down the court. Instead of O’neal taking the charge or attempting to block the shot, he throws his shoulder into Lebron causing a chain reaction. This resulted in Lebron recieving a technical as well as a quick push and shove scuffle between Pierce and Wade.
Recently, many players around the league have voiced their opinion about Lakers’ Center Pau Gasol. They have questioned his toughness and Amare Stoudemire came straight out and called Gasol soft. I don’t know if this is to shake him up before the postseason or what. I personally feel like Pau is an amazing post player and although may not be a strong and athletic, I prefer him to the Magic’s Dwight Howard. Pau has the post moves down low to finish and was a key piece to the Lakers winning back-to-back rings. Kendrick Perkins, now big man of the Oklahoma City Thunder, was the first to share his thoughts of Pau being soft. Domino chain reaction followed. Pau has had enough.Finally Gasol answered back as ESPN Los Angeles’ Arash Marakazi reported.
After an extended practice Saturday, Gasol smiled and shook his head when he was relayed Perkins’ remarks.
“Certain players talk too much from my perspective,” he said. “They should worry about their own stuff.”
Matt Barnes has brought the hood into the Staples Center. Yes, we have seen Kobe bump elbows with a few people as well, in the video Matt explains the situation and how he came to make sure the situation did not escalate. You get a side eye from me Mr. Barnes. Just like Lebron had to use the restroom and missed introduction. okay!
Tempers flared and tension rose in the fourth quarter of the Los Angeles Lakers’ 110-82 victory over the Dallas Mavericks last night.The Lakers had a 90-73 lead when backup point guard Steve Blake drove to the basket and was pushed to the ground by Dallas’ Jason Terry, not sure if intentional or by mistake. Blake immediately went after Terry and a shoving match ensued.