Socialite and reality TV star La La Anthony stopped by the Good Morning America studios in NYC’s Times Square today to promote her new relationship book, “The Love Playbook”. La La is uniquely qualified to dispense relationship advice by virtue of the fact that she is still married to one of the NBA’s most prolific womanizers. If you’re purchasing the book expecting La La to spill the details on Carmelo Anthony’s lecherous behavior with other women, you will be sorely disappointed.
But La La does touch on that embarrassing Honey Nut Cheerios incident.
The sports world is buzzing today about the dismantling of the NBA’s Boston Celtics. The team’s stars Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce were traded to the Brooklyn Nets, while their coach Doc Rivers is heading to the Los Angeles Clippers.
ESPN’s Bill Simmons took Rivers’ departure unusually hard during a mini meltdown on ESPN’s live coverage of the NBA draft.
“I would like to call him a idiot but I’m too classy for that, said Rivers, responding to Simmons’ comment that Rivers “quit” on the Celtics.
The last time I checked, this was still a free country where a coach has the freedom to accept a $21 million contract to take his talents to another team.
Just weeks after the news broke that estranged couple La La Vazquez-Anthony, 33, and Carmelo Anthony, 28, were headed to divorce court, La La stepped out with her new love.
NY Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony had no idea his boss was spying on him by deploying high-tech, sensitive microphones to eavesdrop on his conversations.
NBA League sources confirmed to the New York Post that Knicks owner James Dolan ordered two technicians to hold high-tech, sensitive microphones at opposite ends of the Madison Square Garden court to record all conversations by Anthony and the other players around him.
Dolan took action in the wake of Anthony’s one-game suspension following a verbal altercation between Anthony and the Boston Celtics’ star Kevin Garnett that spilled off the court last week.