Former Canadian teen actor and current "rapper" and Miami Heat groupie Drake was not allowed access to the locker room after the team beat the Spurs in Game 7 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night. Drake then got pissy and cursed at security. Why are you so upset Drake? Don't want to miss any moments like the one below?
Embarrassing. Just embarrassing. Plain and simple. Just cementing their title as the worst fans in sports. Living up to their stereotype. The annoying voice of the girl in this video will forever be synonymous as the voice of fans in Miami. This was Game 6 of the NBA Finals. Not some regular-season game in January. Hate him or love him, LeBron he deserves better. At least the fans in Cleveland gave a sh!t.
The Heat didn't give Ricky a hernia, they actually won. Enjoy your walk home toots, at least they are playing "Whoop there it is!"
Way to hit the exits Miami.
Via Barstool Sports
New photos of a pair of Nike LeBron X Lows that pay homage to LeBron winning his second NBA championship have emerged recently. Only problem is, LeBron is still just a one-time champ and the Spurs are just 48 minutes of good basketball away from winning this year's championship.
Looks like the old "counting your chickens before the hatch" saying has bit Nike in the rear with these pics, which obviously weren't supposed to be released just yet. The kicks feature "2-time champion" and "11-12 12-13" printed on the insoles of the sneakers. They follow up these "What the MVP" sneakers, which LeBron wore to celebrate being named this season's Most Valuable Player.
Another crazy fact about this year's Finals is that the Spurs have been killing the Heat while Danny Green and Manu Ginobili have both been wearing LeBron's sneakers. That right, Green, who was LeBron's teammate in Cleveland, has been wearing the the Nike Zoom Soldier VI. Ginobili has been wearing the LeBron Xs.
Danny Green in the Nike Zoom Soldier VI
Manu Ginobili in the Nike LeBron X “Prism”
Charlotte Hornets new associate head coach Patrick Ewing appeared on the Dan Patrick Radio Show Thursday. When discussing Ewing's recruiting visit to UNC, the greatest New York Knick ever stated that he stayed at the Carolina Inn and during his stay "there was a big Klu Klux Klan" rally while he was there. Ewing stated that UCLA would of been his second choice that that UNC coach Dean Smith told him that if he didn't attend UNC, he should go to Georgetown. Georgetown worked out pretty well for the Big Fella as Ewing appeared in three NCAA title games, while winning the 1984 NCAA Championship over Hakeem Olajuwon and the Houston Cougars.