Ben Simmons, Donovan Mitchell, Floyd Mayweather, James Harden, Kevin Durant, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Lil B, Master P, The Week That Was -

Monday 04.09.18 NBA players, who are apparently just like us, don’t play hard for all 48 minutes of any given game and have “gentleman’s pacts” for taking plays off. Former Miami Heat forward LeBron James, being his normal passive-aggressive self, once indirectly asked for the firing of Heat coach Erik Spoelstra by asking team president […]

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2017 NBA Playoffs, James Harden, Kevin Durant, Lil B, NBA -

All Bay Area rapper Lil B wants is some credit. But Houston Rockets superstar James Harden won’t give it to him. For the past few years, Harden has been celebrating big plays, wins and his current MVP-worthy season with the enchanting cooking dance — the same one Lil B takes pride in as his creation […]

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All Day, Hip-Hop, Kanye West, Lil B, Music, Rap, Rhymefest -

Lil B is dropping his project "Black Ken" soon — HIP HOP FACTS (@iDailyRapFacts) November 27, 2016 Now that we have a better idea of what’s going on with Kanye West after his emergency hospitalization, let’s take a look at how things shook out over the Thanksgiving holiday. Dealing with one’s own family is […]

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Golden State Warriors, Kevin Durant, Lil B, NBA -

When Kevin Durant announced to the world on July 4 that he would sign with the Golden State Warriors, one of the most famous curses in recent sports history was finally lifted. Five years ago, Durant tweeted that he couldn’t listen to Lil B’s music because he thought the Bay Area rapper was wack. After […]

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2016 NBA Playoffs, Kevin Durant, Lil B, NBA, Oklahoma City Thunder -

Kevin Durant’s career hasn’t been the same since Jan. 29, 2011. It wasn’t because he lost in the 2012 NBA Finals. It wasn’t because he got seriously injured like the Chicago Bulls’ Derrick Rose or the Golden State Warriors’ Shaun Livingston. It’s because he did the unfathomable. He called Lil B a wack rapper. (*Starts […]

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2016 NBA Playoffs, Golden State Warriors, Kevin Durant, Lil B, Oklahoma City Thunder, Stephen Curry, What Had Happened Was -

GAME. BLOUSES. With 1 minute and 40 seconds left, none of it mattered. It didn’t matter that the Oklahoma City Thunder couldn’t buy a bucket from deep all game (they’d finish 7-for-27 from 3-point range). It didn’t matter that for much of the contest Andre Roberson and Steven Adams had more shot attempts than Kevin […]

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