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Like Michael Jordan, Lil Wayne doesn’t forget a slight. Last week, the YMCMB CEO was thrown out of the Miami Heat’s American Airlines Arena for allegedly making a gun gesture at a fan, causing the “long hair don’t care” MC to voice his displeasure via Twitter: “So I’m @ da Heat game right, rootin 4 da Lakers kuz dats my team & would u believe they got police 2 make me leave?! Wow! F#€k da Heat.”
Considering that Tunechi had become accustomed to sitting courtside at NBA games and that, according to him, he has been banned from all NBA events because of his beef with the team, the I Am Not A Human Being II spitter relayed his feelings on getting snubbed from attending the NBA’s biggest weekend of the year in the only way he knew how: onstage at the Beats By Dre afterparty at Houston’s Stereo Live.Read More
Rick Ross won’t be the only one in Miami that can tell people to Kiss the Ring. Last Night, The Miami Heat clinched their 4th victory versus the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2012 NBA Finals, making them the 2012 Champions. 121-106 was the final score last night with noteworthy performances from more than just the Heat’s Big 3 (Lebron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh). Mike Miller hit an astounding 7 three-pointers last night. But the man of the hour for sure was Lebron James who was also named Finals MVP. James became only the fifth player in NBA history to score a triple-double in a game that ended the series. James had the following to say about the victory.
“I’m happy now that eight years later, nine years later since I’ve been drafted, that I can finally say that I’m a champion, and I did it the right way. I didn’t shortcut anything. You know, I put a lot of hard work and dedication in it, and hard work pays off. It’s a great moment for myself.”
Highlights from the game are available above in case you missed anything last night.
Minutes after game ended, Nike aired an ad featuring Lebron’s journey to victory. The ad is available below.
Congratulations to the Heat!
Yesterday (Jan. 30) Kevin Durant drew a rare technical foul in the first quarter of his game for jawing with Miamiâ€™sÂ Chris Bosh. And that’s not all the mild-mannered Durant had to say.
When asked about the verbal spat between the two after the game, Durant didnâ€™t mince words for Bosh.Â He called the former Toronto All-Star forward a â€œfake tough guyâ€ who talks because heâ€™s on a good team now.
â€œI was talking to my teammate and he decided he wanted to put his 2 cents into it. Iâ€™m a quiet guy, a laid-back guy, but Iâ€™m not going to let nobody talk trash to me. Heâ€™s on a good team now, so he thinks he can talk a little bit,â€ Durant said.
â€œThereâ€™s a lot of fake tough guys in this league and heâ€™s one of them,â€ Durant added.