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With the NBA still under lockout mode, many players of just trying to keep busy and a couple players decided to make a cameo in Pac Div's new video "The History of Bling":(Courtesy of Los That Sports Blog)
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Miami Heat power forward Chris Bosh arrived in New York City today ready to play in his team’s scheduled 2011-2012 season opener against the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
“I’m pumped and ready to go,” ...
The hip hop industry is taking full advantage of all the pro basketball not happening in the USA son! Case in point, this Pac Div “Still Flexin” video that features Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh, Eric Gordon and Derrick Williams. On days like this, the lockout glass is half-full.
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According to Phiten, “Bling is History.” Seems Pac Div, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh, Eric Gordon and Derrick Williams agree.
CARMELO ANTHONY, ERIC GORDON, DERRICK WILIAMS and CHRIS BOSH get a history lesson in bling from Pac Div in this latest ad for Phiten…
From ancient times to present day, the icons of bling (and some fine ladies) are brought to life to prove that bling is history — thanks to Phiten’s titanium technology.
If every school lesson could take on this type of scenario, I’m sure...
TIME ON THEIR HANDS
NBA stars Carmelo Anthony from the Knicks, Chris Bosh of the Heat, Eric Gordon from the Clippers and rookie Derrick Williams from the Timberwolves make an appearance in west coast rap group Pac Div’s new video for “Still Flexin’”, in which the trip gives the hoopers a “History Of Bling”. Check it out: If you [...]
As the lockout presses on… Pause as I shed a tear fro the Lakers vs. Thunder game I was supposed to be watching on TNT this evening, NBA Jocks continue to find ways to keep themselves busy and in the public eye. Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh, Eric Gordon and Derrick Williams appear in a new video for the release of the new Phiten DUO Titanium Bracelet. Watch as they get schooled...
This was posted by SI.com yesterday…They quickly realized they posted nips and immediately took it down. Luckily for us, it will live forever on Terez…So the above pic of the Tennessee Titan cheerleaders has been censored by me, as we like to keep it somewhat clean, but if you want to see the uncensored pic click here. -TO
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Q: Ira, do you think Micky Arison’s implied willingness to have already made a deal at a lower percentage of BRI makes him a candidate to spend even deeper into the new luxury tax when the final deal is signed? — James.
A: Pat Riley has continually stressed that Micky is willing to spend on any roster in championship contention. I think it is safe to assume this LeBron James...
NBA stars Carmelo Anthony from the Knicks, Chris Bosh of the Heat, Eric Gordon from the Clippers and rookie Derrick Williams from the Timberwolves make an appearance in west coast rap group Pac Div’s new video for “Still Flexin’”, in which the trip gives the hoopers a “History Of Bling”. Check it out: Nice concept [...]
Q: Ira, from what I see of the tentative draft of the new agreement (no hard cap, the mid-level exception stays, and the one-time ability to dump a player), I think it looks pretty good for the Heat. Your thoughts? — Chris.
A: It’s an abject long-term disaster, with such severe luxury-tax policies that it would make it practically impossible to retain LeBron James, Dwyane Wade...
(As NBA owners decide how many more games they’re willing to lose to the lockout, perhaps it is time to consider gains that can be made when the league returns. In our latest lockout series, we look at changes that could produce an improved product.)
Issue: Put it this way, even the NBA recognizes how difficult it is to toss a truly fair jump ball, so it has eliminated the jump...
Q: OK, you’re freaking me out with this punitive tax talk. What’s the point of having a mid-level exception in the new CBA if it’s this difficult to use? — Evan.
A: It’s there for the teams caught between the cap ($58 million) and luxury tax ($70 million). Actually, if it is for the reported $5 million, it would be there for teams between $53 million and $70 million in...