The Nets got their first road win of the season in spectacular fashion on Friday, getting a game-winner from Joe Johnson at the overtime buzzer to beat the Suns in Phoenix.
The victory was a costly one, however, as Brooklyn will be extremely shorthanded when the team faces the Clippers in Los Angeles on Saturday.
The Nets announced that Deron Williams (sprained left ankle), Brook Lopez (sprained left ankle) and Paul Pierce (sore groin) are all out against the Clippers. Kevin Garnett is being called a game-time decision.
Williams left early in the first quarter after rolling his ankle and did not return. Lopez and Garnett collided late in overtime, and were slow to get up afterward. Lopez actually had to be helped off the floor, but returned for the game’s final 30-plus seconds.
It was unclear when exactly Pierce sustained his injury, but after logging almost 41 minutes on Friday, there’s no reason to rush him back out there at this point in the season if he’s feeling anything less than 100 percent.
It will be a reunion of sorts in L.A., as Pierce and Garnett will get to see their former Celtics head coach, Doc Rivers. But it will be far less exciting with those key players (and a couple more) all out due to injury.
(AllHipHop News) Kendrick Lamar and GQ are clashing over a cover story in the magazine’s coveted “Men of the Year” issue.
Kendrick and the TDE crew took exception to language in the article that seemed to suggest that African Americans rappers were generally lazy womanizing drug abusers. Additionally, the piece talked at length about the violence in Compton, where Kendrick was reared.
Jim Nelson, GQ editor-in-chief, spoke his peace over the disagreement.
“Kendrick Lamar is one of the most talented new musicians to arrive on the scene in years. That’s the reason we chose to celebrate him, wrote an incredibly positive article declaring him the next King of Rap, and gave him our highest honor: putting him on the cover of our Men of the Year issue. I’m not sure how you can spin that into a bad thing, and I encourage anyone interested to read the story and see for themselves. We were mystified and sorely disappointed by Top Dawg’s decision to pull him at the last minute from the performance he had promised to give. The real shame is that people were deprived of the joy of seeing Kendrick perform live. I’m still a huge fan.”
Earlier in the week, Kendrick skipped a performance at GQ’s Men of the Year party in apparent protest.
Top Dawg Entertainment’s Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith told TMZ, the images portrayed in the story were not accurate and felt biased.
“The interview portrayed him and his company in a negative light and he won’t stand for it. To say he was ‘surprised at our discipline’ is completely disrespectful … Kendrick deserved to be accurately documented. The racial overtones immediately reminded everyone of a time in hip-hop that was destroyed by violence, resulting in the loss of two of our biggest stars [Tupac and B.I.G.] … As a result of this misrepresentation, I pulled Kendrick from his performance at GQ’s annual Man Of The Year party. While we think it’s a tremendous honor to be named as one of the Men Of The Year, these lazy comparisons and offensive suggestions are something we won’t tolerate.”
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Hit 'play' above. Is that Kanye?
It only took matter of hours for this video to gain hundreds of thousands of YouTube views with some saying it's Kanye West pulling some "Mortal Kombat" moves on the paparazzi.
Well, that's not Kanye West.
That video was shot in Austin, and Kanye was in NYC at that time performing at Leonardo DeCaprio's birthday party.
Comedian and actor Kevin Hart Instagram'd a couple of pictures from his son's birthday party. He styled in a $298 Kenzo Eye Print Sweater paired with green jeans. His outfit was accessorized with a gold buckle 'H' Hermes belt and Christian Louboutin sneakers.
This Kenzo sweater features a crew neck, long sleeves, finished cuffs, finished hem, contrast eye motif and a contrast eye and logo trim to the sleeves.
Miley Cyrus is coming to a city near you, and she's dragging her black friend and probably seven dwarves with her. Miss Miley unveils a god awful (and offensive) video to promote her 2014 "Bangerz" tour.
The 30-second teaser features Miley twerking, her big black friends twerking, little people twerking, and Miley's flailing tongue. Nothing that we haven't seen before, but everything we're tired of seeing.