Spike sits down with Rosenberg and Miss Info on Hot 97 to talk about his upcoming MSG special on the Triangle Offense that Phil Jackson and Derek Fisher are installing in New York this season, his memories of the Knicks of the 70′s and the iconic Jordan commercials he directed in the 80′s. Info also asks him to speculate on who the Knicks player in Biggie’s “I Got a Story To Tell” may have been, but he says he wasn’t privy to that type of information back then.
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Fab returns by ESPN’s First Take to talk about the Def Jam 30th Anniversary concert, which is happening tomorrow night at the Barclays Center, Stephen A. and Skip’s Cowboys/Seahawks bet, the awfulness of Cowboys fans in general and the conflicts that arise from playing fantasy football. Which I can totally relate to because I loathe the Cowboys, but I have too Demarco Murray in one of my fantasy leagues.
Hit the jump for another clip of Fab and the group discussing the new NBA TV deal and Kobe’s comments about the CBA.
Kiss joined Bomani Jones, Dan Le Batard and Papi on today’s episode of Highly Questionable on ESPN. He talked about not partying with Knicks players like J.R. Smith so they’d be fresh for games, intentionally partying with out of town players so they would not be fresh for games against the Knicks and shares some scary DMX experiences. He also offered his own speculations on who he thinks Biggie might have been talking about on “I Got A Story To Tell”.
Power 106 sure got their money’s worth out of this Kendrick visit huh? In this clip he joins Jeff G. on his “Foul Balls” segment and makes some predictions for the upcoming NFL Week 4 match-ups.
K.Dot, a Niners fan, picks SF over Philly, the Panthers over the Ravens and the Bears over the Packers.
Previously: Kendrick Lamar – #LIFTOFF Lunch Table Freestyle
Kiss embraces debate with Stephen A. and Skip on ESPN First Take. They talk about the dire situation the Giants currently find themselves in and expectations for the NFC East, as well as Floyd Mayweather’s fight with Maidana, the prospect of his impending retirement and whether or not he’ll ever step in a ring with Pacquiao.
Scotty tossed out the first pitch at the Indians game yesterday and sure, he lobbed it, but at least he got the ball most of the distance to the plate and, more importantly, in the general vicinity of the batter’s box. Which is more than we can say for some people.
As I am sure you are already aware, Lebron James, the best basketball player in the world, today announced that he will leave the Miami Heat and return to his home state of Ohio to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers. It’s a shocking move that will upset the balance of power in the NBA considerably. There will be many thinkpieces penned over the next few days analyzing the move and its ramifications on the league, but if you’re looking for some serious hot take opinions in the immediate aftermath of the announcement, you need look no further than Rap Twitter.
— Desus (@desusnice) July 11, 2014
VIBE puts ESPN basketball analyst Jay Bilas, a big Snowman fan, in a room with Young Jeezy. They talk about Jeezy’s Bilas reference on the “Function” Remix and Jay’s “I gotta go to work” tweets.
Too much poppin’ will get you all tied up. Your man turned state’s, now he’s all wired up. I gotta go to work.
— Jay Bilas (@JayBilas) June 27, 2014
Previously: Jeezy – Me OK
Drake is in Houston, Texas this weekend for a show at Warehouse Live tonight where the only way to get tickets is to volunteer for Rock Corps. Yesterday, he held a press conference at the Houston Astros game where kids asked him questions in a Q&A format (remember: #thepressisevil). Watch that above.
After the jump, Drake gets presented with a proclamation declaring June 10th as Drake Day in Houston. Congratulations!