Last night, the Miami Heat won their second consecutive NBA championship over the San Antonio Spurs. During King James’ MVP trophy presentation, he ended his speech with Tune’s lyric. Fuck The Miami Heat? Sidebar: Leave A Message For Bron Bron
Welcome to Miami. In this ESPN report, Lil Wayne, Birdman, Flo Rida and others explain why Hip Hop’s royalty all flock down to South Beach to sit court side at the American Airlines Arena. The Heat is on.
Grand closing? According to Yahoo Sports, Jay-Z has begun the process of divesting his ownership of the Brooklyn Nets. Last week, Hov launched Roc Nation Sports and signed New York Yankee Robinson Cano. In order for him to represent NBA players, he would have to sever ties with the team.
Lil Wayne dialed into 99 Jamz this evening to clarify his controversial comments on the NBA and the Miami Heat during All-Star weekend. Here’s what you missed. Part 1: Says he doesn’t regret any of his comments because it was his party and he says what the fuck he wants to say. However, he regrets his “Fuck LeBron” because of his relationship with him and his mom. Part 2:
If Lil Wayne wants to attend future NBA games, he ain’t got no worries. Despite his claims, league rep Mark Brossuard told the Thirty Mile Zone that Weezy isn’t banned from any events. He might want to stay out of the America Airlines Arena though. NBA Senior Director of Basketball Communications Mark Broussard tells TMZ … there is “no truth at all” to the claims Weezy made during a performance in Houston over the weekend.
As NBA All Star Weekend came to a close last night, Weezy got some things off his chest. While addressing the crowd, he called himself the new Pac after dissing the NBA and Miami Heat. He also claims he smashed Chris Bosh’s wife, Adrienne. Technical foul! tmz
We love haters too. Big Boi held court with NBA TV yesterday. He discussed his VLADR album, his home teams, Atlanta Hawks’ Josh Smith and who’s got the NBA East on lock.
Imagine Ms. Rosie Perez as your tour guide. Well, for the Brooklyn Nets’ Joe Johnson, the All-Star baller gets shown around the borough for the team’s latest vlog. Previously: The Look
Move over Marv. Last night, Clifford Harris joined Duane Ferrell and Bob Rathbun courtside at Philips Arena to call portions of his team’s 95-89 loss against the Miami Heat. Ball!
Walking these Brooklyn streets, Fab reps BK to the fullest with a rap on the first episode of