LeBron James was riding high on a wave of excitement after signing a four-year $154 million contract with the Los Angeles Lakers in July. But the enthusiasm cooled significantly following the team's 3rd straight loss.
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R&B Diva Monica Brown put on her game face while cheering on the San Antonio Spurs who defeated the Charlotte Bobcats 104-100 in a close game at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, NC on Saturday, Feb. 8.
San Antonio signed Mo's husband, Shannon Brown, to a 10-day contract to fill in for guards Manu Ginobili and Kawhi Leonard who are both on the injured list. Brown entered the game with 9.5 seconds left in the 4th quarter to replace Kemba Walker, who fouled out. Monica wrote in the photo caption: "#MyFaceWhenTheOtherTeamScores #RollsEyes then I won't look for 3 seconds."
It looks like the Dopamine has faded for actress Nia Long and San Antonio Spurs Assistant Coach Ime Udoka. Loyal reader Nikke Brown writes: "Funny, they didn't sound broken up in any of her press interviews for The Best Man Holiday..."
And in a previous interview, Nia made it clear she wasn't interested in a man putting a ring on it.
“Marriage is not a priority for me. I’m not saying I’ll never do it; It’s just not where we are as a family,” the mother of two revealed in the August issue of Essence.
The Miami Heat have repeated as NBA champions by easily defeating the San Antonio Spurs 95-88 in game 7 of the NBA Finals at American Airlines in Miami. Fittingly, the ball was in James' hands as he pulled up at the top of the key for a 19-foot jump shot that gave the Heat a four point lead with 27 seconds left in the game. The Spurs did not score again. Miami overcame a 3-2 deficit to tie the series 3-3 in game 6 on Tuesday. A thrilling last second block on Danny Green by Chris Bosh iced the game for the Heat in overtime. That's 2 rings and 2 Finals MVP trophies for LeBron James and hopefully many more to come!
If you turned off your TV with 30 seconds left in last night's thrilling NBA Finals matchup between the Heat and the Spurs, you missed the greatest comeback in Miami Heat playoffs history!
The Heat clawed back from a double-digit deficit early in the 4th quarter to force overtime in game 6 Tuesday night at American Airlines Arena in Miami. The Heat, helped by crucial 3 pointers from LeBron James and Ray Allen, defeated the hapless San Antonio Spurs 103-100 to force a game 7 on Thursday night.