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Tuesday, February 19th, 2013
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Vince Carter Winning the 2000 Slam Dunk Contest
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Rudy Gay seemed to be in mid-conversation with rapper Wale for most of their game this evening...
But to be involved with both Gay and the broadcast crew takes some doing- and some effort in search and destroy...
The HQ gives Wale credit for his intuitiveness, but there's a time and place...
And there is no way that Gay and Wale are...
This all started with some friendly trash talk between Wale and Raptors Rudy Gay. Apparently, Gay and Wale have known each other for years, so this wasn’t unusual, but it caused Raptors play by play announcer Matt Devlin to go into his Kevin Hart routine.
According to Beyond the Buzzer, Devlin called Wale a “local rapper” and made a point of saying he was “no Drake”...
Raptors Rudy Gay and Wale have known each other for a minute. So naturally when Gay’s Raptors faced off against his hometown Wizards, Wale was courtside and the two engaged in a little friendly trash talk. Well the Raptors analyst weren’t familiar with Wale or his music but decided to discuss him on air. One of the commentators made the comment that Wale was no Drake.
Tony Allen was in rare form tonight yapping about how Rudy Gay's comments motivated him tonight, the fans at the Air Canada Centre and Memphis' defense going to another level this season.
Local D.C. rapper Wale trash talked Toronto Raptor Rudy Gay last night, prompting Gay to pantomime that he should call him and for Raptors announcer Matt Devlin to refer to' him as a “local rapper”,...
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Toronto Raptors play-by-play man Matt Devlin might want to brush up on his hip-hop next time he hits up Washington, D.C.
During Tuesday’s Raptors-Wizards game at the Verizon Center, Devlin was commenting on what he thought was some in-game beef between Rudy Gay and rapper Wale, who was sitting courtside. The Raptors star and the rapper looked as though they were engaged in smack...
As if going to the old school score board wasn’t embarrassing enough for the Wizards on Tuesday night, their No. 1 fan, rapper Wale, didn’t have such a good night either. The D.C. native was sitting court side watching the Wizards take on the Toronto Raptors, when recently acquired forward Rudy Gay motioned to Wale “bro, call me, maybe?”. Whatever the exchange, it seemed...
Rapper Wale confronted Toronto Raptors TV announcer Matt Devlin during Tuesday’s Washington Wizards-Toronto Raptors in DC game after being mocked on the visiting team’s telecast. Wale is a Washington DC native and fan of the local sports teams. He was exchanging words with Rudy Gay as the Raptors forward went off for 12 points during the second quarter. The exchange between the...
The Toronto Raptors came into Washington last night and beat the Wizards 96-88. The most interesting dual was going on between rapper Wale, and Raptors play-by-play man Matt Devlin. Devlin saw Wale sitting court side talking trash to Raptors player Rudy Gay, who happen to be friends. Devlin clearly was not aware of this, and decided to take some shots at the rapper he had never...
I was able to chat with Mike Conley about the impact Tayshaun Prince has had on the team, how tough it is to lose a player like Rudy Gay and what it's like integrating new faces during the season.
Welp. Houston was fun. A lotta fun. And now I’m finally dwindling back to reality. Back to business. Back to my Washington Wizards, who have plenty to address as we head into the latter portion of the season. So without any further ad-lib, here is the pre-game buzz:
Josh Smith and Jordan Crawford own the water-cooler topics after All-Star Weekend:
The Hawks want to rid...
On a scale of one to Lil-Wayne-claiming-to-have-humped-Chris-Bosh's-wife, this particular hip-hop/national basketball association beef rates at about a two. The Toronto Raptors played the Washington Wizards last night, and D.C. rapper Wale was sitting courtside. After watching Raptors forward Rudy Gay hit a three-pointer and aggressively make a "call me" gesture towards...
ESPN’s Chris Broussard reported Monday, that the Wizards have made all but three players available in talks with Atlanta for Josh Smith – who is highly expected to be moved before Thursday’s trade deadline.
via Chris Broussard, ESPN:
In talks with Atlanta for Josh Smith, Wizards have said all but 3 players available: John Wall, Bradley Beal & Nene.