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Drake feat. Kanye West, Lil Wayne & Eminem – Forever (prod. Boi-1da)

(artwork courtesy of NR)

Lot of good verses on this song… can’t quite pick my favorite yet.  Bottom line, this was a Drake song, he sings the hook, and he added 3 heavyweights without an album out. Bravo, young man.  Off Lebron’s More Than A Game soundtrack, which could be to 2009 what the Above The Rim soundtrack was to 1994.

Download: Drake feat. Kanye West, Lil Wayne & Eminem – Forever (prod. Boi-1da)

Trailer: ‘More Than A Game’

Lebron’s new movie about the high school years comes out next month.  Pretty forward thinking to film a documentary of Saint Vincent-Saint Mary’s & hold it back for years, or maybe they just pieced together footage from players, coaches, etc. Either way, the other 4 seniors are about to be movie stars… can’t be mad at that.

Best Reaction to Lebron’s Game Winner: Darnell Jackson?

The Shot Heard Round The World. You’ve all seen or heard about the Lebron game winner against the Magic in Game 2 last night. But you may not have heard of the Best Reaction Award. It goes to….

…a dude on the Cavs bench, who I’m 99% sure is Darnell Jackson (pictured above). Fast forward to the 1:58 mark. I’ll quote Mr. Berger who said,

“he gives it the fingers-in-the-cookie-jar then just strolls out on the court like it was all planned.”

Someone identify this man, ever so cool. Is it Jackson? I’ve got Jose3030 working on a gif (crossing fingers)….

Lebron: “Wind Chill, A Little Bit Minus”

The Grip says:

LeBron is arguably the best bastetball player in the world, but remember, he did skip college. Trajectory sounds a lot like projectory.

Shaq vs. Lebron: Dueling NBA Intro’s

That’s Genuine Leather Right There..

Who?? Mike GREEN

Mike Green…. with the lob to Lebron!  I can hear it now.  The Indy Star writes:

A Former Butler guard Mike Green will play for the Cleveland Cavaliers during summer league, his agent, Buddy Baker, confirmed.

Green had summer team offers from five teams, Baker said.

Green worked out for a number of NBA teams prior to the draft but wasn’t picked Thursday night.

The Horizon League Player of the Year led his team in scoring, rebounding and assists as the Bulldogs put together the most successful team in Butler history.

Green averaged 14.6 points for a team that won a school-record 30 games and reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

Green also set Butler single-season records for assists (197) and free throws made (196) as a senior.

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