And this is why him being in Germany for his “knee” was no news to me. This man can do ANYTHING through injury.
The term ignorant is a strong word to be described as but to add it with the adjective selfish, boy do you have a winner there. Stephen A. Smith recently went ham on Deron Williams’ decision to play overseas during the NBA lockout.
Here is what Stephen A. had to say.
The only thing worse than unmitigated selfishness is a selfish fool too preoccupied to notice the collateral damage caused from his actions, and too distracted to care. Continue reading Stephen A. Smith Calls Deron Williams Ignorant and Selfish
Jessica Jackson aka Miss Hawaii couldn’t have possibly thought she could keep running her mouth and poppin off without someone out to get her. Well she got on the bad side of the wrong one, as someone has come forward and given Blacksportsonline all of the dirt. This is the tweet she sent BSO yesterday on twitter, and it went all down hill from there.
What comes around goes around, and when you are a female, you have females ready to bury you. That’s exactly what happened here. Continue reading to see the projects she resides in, her criminal background, and her ads online for prostitution. Also look into the relationship with her and Lakers’ Devin Ebanks. Continue reading Miss Hawaii Gets Exposed-Arrests, Prostitution, Naked Pics, and Stalking
Was it THAT good Kobe?
Good sex will make you say some things during the act that you may not mean, the L word is one and running in a close second would be “I’ll marry you”.
If you want to believe prostitute Selina Miller, Kobe Bryant made the promise of marriage to her during a steamy encounter and of course he did not carry out his promise. Due to broken promises, Selina has decided to take the matter to court. Continue reading Prostitute Selina Miller Sues Kobe Bryant For Broken Marriage Promise
So just a week after Artest announces that he’s changing his name to Metta World Peace, reports now have it that Artest will take his talents to Finland to play basketball.
BallinEurope just received word from Hippo Taatila (via BiE pilgrim father Christophe, now of European Prospects) that Ron Artest may have topped himself in wackiness yet again – and this within a week of the announcement of his imminent name change to Metta World Peace. Reports Taatila:
“Finland’s top league Korisliiga will witness some serious NBA talent in September 2011, when Los Angeles Lakers forward/multipersonality Ron Artest will join league newcomer LoKoKo Loimaa.
“The 31-year old Artest has three years left in his Lakers contract, but that doesn’t seem to bother LoKoKo sports director Aleksi Valavuori, who backs up the rumor in Tuesday’s Ilta-Sanomat newspaper.
“We have sorted things out and I can happily confirm that Artest will arrive in Finland,” Valavuori states in the Ilta-Sanomat interview.
Changing his name. Becoming a rapper. Giving thanks to his psychologist after winning a championship. Oh this man is such an attention whore!
Ron Artest’s personality is on the up and up. At least it has seemed that way throughout the season as Artest seemed to become a peacemaker of the franchise. Far removed from his days with the Indiana Pacers, Artest is looking to take his step towards peace a little further than expected. Ron Artest will be known as “Metta World Peace”.
How serious is he about this? Artest has actually gone to the Los Angeles County Superior Court to legalize it all. Hopefully his name change has more to do with actually desiring world peace, than promoting either of his new reality shows, The Last Second Shot or Basketball Wives’ LA Edition.
When you think Ron Artest and reality TV, your mind may circulate around ideas involving violence and hot tempers. But, ever since thanking his shrink at the end of last year’s Finals, Artest seems to be trying to stray away from the persona he had formed as a NBA bad boy. In this year’s playoffs, he was even guiding Andrew Bynum off of the court after a hard foul.
Now, a reality TV show is in the works, “The Last Second Shot”, where Artest, life coaches and mental health experts will be assisting parolees with rebuilding their lives. It’s about time a reality show sparks some type of positivity. But then again, we all know how positivity ranks as far as ratings go.