Former MVP Derrick Rose squared f with his son PJ before Sunday’s matchup between the Timberwolves and Warriors.
After struggling for years with injuries, Tiger Woods is back on course like he never left.
Twitter had been buzzing about his surprisingly dominant performance at this weekend’s Valspar Championship.
Dream big, then make it reality.
Elon Musk told a crowd at SXSW that Kanye West inspires him.
Some laughed, but Musk was clearly dead serious.
Could Musk be the key to Yeezy’s 2020 presidential bid?
Musk also said he inspired by Fred Astaire’s dance moves.
In the audio clip below, a student in Mansfield, England tells BBC about being asked to leave a club because his turban violated their “no headwear” policy.
The security member has been suspended.
This is the second time this weekend that lightening has killed multiple people.
Will and Jaden Smith’s water company JUST will donate water each month to Flint, Michigan schools until the city has drinkable water. Flint has been without clean water since 2014.
The company has already donated 9,200 bottles to Flint. After reading about how the city’s water crisis affected its public schools, JUST’s CEO, Ira Laufer, decided the donations were simply necessary.
“This just makes sense for us to do,” Laufer told MLive. “After reading more about Flint’s] challenges and the mayor objecting to pulling bottled water from the schools, we thought, ‘Let’s help these kids.’”
Will and Jaden Smith founded JUST in 2015 to provide a green alternative to plastic bottles and to invest in communities. JUST’s bottles are 82 percent plant-based, and the company has initiated long-term investments in Glens Falls, New York, the city where the water is sourced.
Here are he best tweets from this weekend’s lazy Sunday struggle.
On his 25th birthday, Anthony Davis wasn’t messing around. The Pelicans All Star swatted 10 shots to record his first ever triple-double.
Hit the jump for some his best highlights this year, SLAM.
Is he dreaming or writing his own destiny?
Star Wars and Pacific Rim Uprising star John Boyega recently appeared on All Def Music’s Arts & Raps, and it was full hilarious moments.
In one instance, the two kid co-hosts asked Boyega what his rap name would be if he considered a career. His answer was clean and to the point. Check it out below.
This isn’t the first time Boyega has considered a career in music. In a previous Instagram post, he teased the idea dropping a mixtape.
This got us thinking…John does have a lot epic pics that would be great for a summer release. Who needs rap skills when you’ve got the looks, right? Swipe through to check out some John’s most mixtape-worthy pics!
This is not how the game is supposed to be played.
Hit he jump to see NFL Hall Famer Shannon Sharpe explain why dirty player need to be dealt with.
Fellas, when a girl invites you to bust a move with her, you better come correct!
Jamaican Dancehall artist Tifa wants you to be on your A-game in “One Chance/One Dance“.
Produced by DJ Kurt Riley, Tifa, and Kamal Evans, Tifa wants you to “bring it bring it”, “enhance the romance”, and “put her body in a trance” with all the moves in your arsenal.
With an uptempo Dancehall beat, it’s a crime to mess up the dance moves. You only get one chance, make it count and be the center attention!
Our planet needs help.
Pollution runs rampant, and people care more about material things than the fact that we contribute to natural and spiritual disasters everyday. Jamaican recording artist Sevana sends a warning in her latest visual, “Justice“.
Directed by Teeqs, Sevana plays a Queen the Earth role as she lets us know what can happen if we don’t treat our environment better. She can also be seen helping a young man throughout the video to become one with nature.
Sevana is a member the In.Digg.Nation Collective which is led by Jamaican Reggae star Protoje. “Justice” is now available on all streaming platforms.
One Texas high school drill team killed a routine that’s getting major attention across the Internet.
At the Dallas Grand Finale dance competition, the Hallsville High School Bobcat Belles orchestrated a whole number dressed as Chick-fil-A cows. Their mashup songs, including Kelis‘ “Milkshake,” resulted in a show that has since recieved over 12 million views on Facebook.
Check out what all the fuss is about in the hilarious clip below!