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5TH QUARTER MAGAZINE:
Pop singers Chris Brown and Rihanna spent Christmas together, along with thousands of fans at the Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks game at Staples Center. This is the couples first public appearance together in years and big news for the celebrity gossip community.
For the first time in YEARS, Chris Brown and Rihanna arrived at a public event TOGETHER — sitting side-by-side at the Lakers vs. Knicks game at Staples Center. The two arrived to the arena in the same car earlier today, but got out of the vehicle separately. They eventually met up inside and sat down together in their courtside seats.
The stars were photographed sitting side-by-side together in courtside seats. They were photographed getting cozy together at the game and were seen holding hands as they left. After the game, Rihanna posted a photo of herself, posing outside of a car with Brown with a Merry Christmas message:
“Thug Life #merryChristmas”
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In a move that team-mate Kobe Bryant will certainly approve of, Lakers center Dwight Howard has been fined 35,000 for the flagrant foul that he committed upon Denver’s Kenneth Faried on Wednesday night.
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Charles Barkley said Thursday he never thought the Lakers’ “super team” was going work and doesn’t believe the Lakers are a championship contender. “They’re old, slow and unathletic,” Barkley told Mike Hill and Mark Schlereth on “Mike & Mike” on ESPN Radio. “I have great respect for Kobe Bryant but I never thought this thing was going to work. Everybody went...
Coming off a tough loss at the Lakers, and playing without Carmelo Anthony, the New York Knicks continued their West coast slate at the Phoenix Suns. They got a big lift from Jason Kidd with 23 points, and an even bigger one from J.R. Smith, who dropped 27 points. The last 3 of those were [...]
Raymond Felton has returned to New York, where a decision will be made about how to treat his broken right pinky finger.
The point guard flew home Thursday, a day after X-rays in Phoenix revealed the fracture.
Felton was injured during the Knicks' loss to the Lakers on Christmas. He speculated he might need surgery and perhaps miss a month, but no decision has been made.
J.R. Smith nailed an insane, buzzer-beating, off-balance shot to lift the New York Knicks past the Phoenix Suns, 99-97, on Wednesday night. Check it out for yourself. Smith took the inbound pass and then proceeded to chuck up what appeared to be a prayer initially, but the ball ended up tickling the nylon. It's definitely a video clip worth watching multiple times.
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony and guard Raymond Felton were both sidelined for last night’s contest against the Phoenix Suns due to injury, reports Brett Pollakoff of Pro Basketball Talk.Anthony will be out for Wednesday night’s contest in Phoenix against the Suns due to a sore left knee, one that became that way after teammate Marcus Camby rolled into it on Tuesday...
New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton said Wednesday night that he expects to miss four to six weeks with a fractured finger, but he stressed the injury won’t end his season.
Felton broke his right pinkie finger in the third quarter of the Knicks’ loss to the Lakers on Christmas Day when he and Steve Nash dived for a loose ball.
X-rays on Felton’s right fifth finger...
J.R. Smith sank a baseline 21-footer at the buzzer after a Phoenix turnover with a second to play, giving the depleted New York Knicks a 99-97 victory over the Suns on Wednesday night.
Smith's tough jumper from 15 feet had tied it at 97 with 10.6 seconds left. Then, after the turnover, Jason Kidd inbounded to Smith, who got the shot off as he sailed toward the out of bounds...
J.R. Smith will be called upon to extend the reach of his game with Raymond Felton out 4-6 weeks. But that shouldn't be a problem for the 27-year old. He is versatile and he wants to win. And the New York Knicks are winning because of his help. However, Smith is vastly underpaid this year. This means he will likely opt out of his contract after the season, but he wants...
PHOENIX (AP) -- J.R. Smith sank a baseline 21-footer at the buzzer after a Phoenix turnover with a second to play, giving the depleted New York Knicks a 99-97 victory over the Suns on Wednesday night.
Smith's tough jumper from 15 feet had tied it at 97 with 10.6 seconds left. Then, after the turnover, Jason Kidd inbounded to Smith, who got the shot off as he sailed toward the...
The Lakers are finally at .500 after a Christmas win over the Knicks at Staples Center. Kobe finished with 34 points and also debuted his Kobe System 8 Christmas color way. Kobe is taking over the Nike Basketball Twitter handle for a couple of days (@Nikebasketball) so he’s officially back on Twitter, even if it’s [...]
The New York Knicks and Phoenix Suns had quite the game last night and for the Knicks, it was a game without key players.
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