Jay-Z is firmly in the Galaxy camp. The rapper, perhaps the most commercially-savvy musician out there these days, spent the evening on a series of NBA Finals commercials announcing a new album, “Magna Carta Holy Grail,” with the help of Samsung, which is paying the rapper $5 a pop for a million copies to be given away in advance through an Android app. (Sorry Apple users.) If you’re gonna sell out, sell out with more planning and better savvy than everyone else, so it doesn’t look like selling out.
He has lawyered up. Their attorney is flying in from out of state.Clayton County, Ga. State Solicitor Tasha Mosley • Discussing the situation with Mookie Blaylock, the former NBA player who was involved in a serious crash over the weekend. Blaylock was seriously injured himself, but a passenger in the other vehicle, a mother of five, was killed. Blaylock now faces charges of vehicular homicide, as well as driving with a suspended license, among other charges. While Blaylock’s family says he has a history of seizures, Mosley emphasized the charges wouldn’t change if that was the case. “If that’s true that’s not going to mitigate,” she said. “We have no indications of seizures. We have no medical records.” (via parislemon)
If she is the best on the board, I will take her.
Griner would love the opportunity. “I would hold my own! Lets do it.” she wrote on Twitter on Tuesday night in response to Cuban. (via apsies)
This could be really awesome.
He said, ‘If you can Dennis, I don’t want to do war, I don’t want to do war.’ He said that to me.Dennis Rodman, playing diplomat between North Korea and the United States on ABC’s “This Week.” The Worm suggested that common ground could be met on the basketball court. ”He loves basketball,” Rodman said, referring to Kim Jong-un. “I said, ‘Obama loves basketball.’ Lets start there.”