Diddy’s Son Mocked by Coach Over Dad’s Fame, Courtside Seats: Report

Sal Alosi, Justin Combs and Sean "Diddy" Combs

The UCLA football coach who had the incident with Diddy this week reportedly mocked the mogul’s son, Justin Combs, about his famous father – once using a picture of the two sitting courtside at an NBA game to make the point that he’s a spoiled rich kid, reports TMZ.

Sources say in February, Coach Sal Alosi held a training session with several of the players, but Justin missed it because he was at the 2015 NBA All-Star game. According to sources, Alosi put a photo of Justin at the game on the gym monitors. He was pictured seated next to his father and actor Ben Stiller. Alosi reportedly told the team: “While you guys are training, this guy is sitting courtside with his dad.”

Justin Combs, Sean "DIddy" Combs and Ben Stiller

The pic remained up for 24 hours, according to TMZ:

Sources close to Diddy tell the website that Alosi ran a campaign of psychological warfare against Combs for the past three years, telling the teen things like, “You’re only here because of your dad,” and, “You never belonged here,” and, “You should just go work for your dad.”


Warriors Beat Cavaliers; Now 2015 NBA Champs (Iguodala is MVP)

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It took 40 years, but they finally did it.

The Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 105-97 in game 6 of the NBA Finals to become the 2015 NBA champions.

Stephen Curry and finals MVP Andre Iguodala scored 25 points a piece, Draymond Green recorded a triple-double and the Warriors — using a barrage of 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to put Cleveland away .

The fact that Iguodala, their sixth man, took MVP honors perhaps sums up the Warriors best.

“I always said Andre’s a pro’s pro,” said Green, who had 16 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists. “He’s a professional guy and it showed, and that’s why he’s MVP of the series and that’s what we’re champions.”

Read/learn MORE at ESPN.


PTC Calls LeBron James’ Penis Flash ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ (Video)

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LeBron James inadvertently flashed his junk on live TV and broke the Internet last night, but the decency watchdog group Parents Television Council says it wasn’t a big enough deal to encourage members to file complaints.

The flash happened in a pregame huddle on Thursday during ABC’s live coverage of the NBA Finals. LeBron was adjusting his shorts and pulled the waistband out a little too far, giving viewers a quick peek at his nether region.

Watch below:

The PTC saw the video and released the following statement:

“After reviewing the video clip at issue, we find nothing that reasonably violates the spirit or the letter of the longstanding law against broadcasting indecent material over the public airwaves between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.,” PTC president Tim Winter said in a statement. “We will absolutely not be encouraging our members to file complaints, as we feel it is much ado about nothing.”

Of course, the Internet slowed the footage down and zoomed in:

It’s unclear yet how many viewers watched ABC’s coverage of Game 4, but preliminary data reveals that the broadcast was the highest rated Game 4 in more than a decade.


LeBron & Cavaliers Go Up 2 Games to 1 Over Warriors in NBA Finals

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(Via MSN News) – LeBron James came home last summer to win a championship — one like no other.

He’s two wins away.

Pushed by a crowd howling to see Cleveland’s 51-year title drought end, James scored 40 points, his new sidekick Matthew Dellavedova added 20 and the Cavaliers survived Golden State’s furious fourth-quarter comeback led by Stephen Curry for a 96-91 win over the Warriors on Tuesday night to take a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals.

James added 12 rebounds and eight assists in 46 minutes, his third stellar performance in his fifth straight finals. The Cavs, who won Game 2 at Golden State for their first ever finals win, now have their first at Quicken Loans Arena. They’ll have a chance to take a commanding 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series in Game 4 on Thursday night.

Get the FULL story at MSN News.


Will Lebron James Surpass Michael Jordan As NBA’s G.O.A.T. If Cleveland Beats Golden State For The Championship? (Poll)

The Cleveland Cavaliers are playing without their 2 best players not named LeBron James. Both Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love are out for the rest of the playoffs with injuries. Yet their team is tied at 1-1 with the Golden State Warriors in the best of 7 NBA Championship against the Warriors.

On paper this doesn’t even look like a fair series. The Warriors have a better starting 5 and a deeper bench. So why are the Cavaliers giving them fits?

The answer is James. He’s put his team on his back, carrying them to what could be his third title.

Michael Jordan retired with 6 rings. He’s widely considered to be the best NBA player in history. It’s hard to argue that MJ isn’t the greatest of all time, but his teams were much better than the one James is playing on now.

“If LeBron is at his best, it makes it difficult to guard other people,” TNT analyst Kenny Smith said after the Cavaliers game 2 win over the Warriors on Sunday. “That is the greatest thing about him…. I have not seen any other MVP do more with less.”

The question is simple. If the Cavaliers beat the Warriors, will James surpass Jordan as the greatest of all time?

Take our poll and let us know what you think in the comment section below.


The ‘Curse’ Continues? James Harden Denies Knowing Lil B

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Really, Harden? You’re gonna deny the Based God? Bad move.

TMZ paps spotted Houston Rockets guard James Harden outside nightclub 1 OAK in Los Angeles Tuesday night, where he was asked about the Based God Curse.

In case you missed it, last month, Lil B cursed Harden for stealing his signature “cooking dance,” – a move that has resulted in the Rockets getting crushed by the Golden State Warriors.

Of Harden’s thievery, B said, “He’s cursed for the rest of the playoffs and further notice until he speaks on what dance celebration he’s doing and where it comes from.”

Harden has maintained that the dance comes from a Houston-area rapper. He also claimed to have zero knowledge of Lil B or his infamous curse, twice denying TMZ’s inquests. “I don’t even know what happened,” he said. “I don’t even know who that is.” (peep the video below)

Lil B responded to the diss – threatening to UP THE CURSE on the NBA star. He appeared on “TMZ Hollywood Sports” Wednesday and said Harden was lying when he said he’s never heard of the rapper. “I’m extremely worried for Harden,” Lil B said.

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Well, if Harden is going to act brand new, here’s a clue for him: Lil B made a cooking dancing tutorial back in 2010. His common name is Brandon McCartney, but the Bay Area realm and his million + YouTube fans also refer to him as the Based God, aka Martha Stewart, aka Justin Bieber, aka Darth Vader, aka Paris Hilton, aka every other pop culture icon with baller status. Peep his YouTube channel (lilbpack1) for gems such as “I’m Miley Cyrus” or “I’m Mel Gibson.” (Warning: His music contains NSFW language.)

The perpetual circular wrist motion that is the cooking dance isn’t trademarked, but Lil B has made it known that he’ll curse you if you don’t give him credit.

The curse has already hit NBA stars Lebron James and Kevin Durant.

Check out Kevin’s response in the clip below.

Dwyane Wade Joins ESPN/ABC for NBA Finals Coverage

Dwyane Wade attends the Steve & Marjorie Harvey Foundation Gala on May 16, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois

Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade – no doubt laying the groundwork for his career after retirement – will put in work at the NBA Finals as an analyst.

The three-time NBA champion will join ESPN on ABC for pregame and halftime shows during Games 2 and 3 of the Cleveland-Golden State series, according to ESPN.com. Wade also will have the same arrangement for Games 6 and 7 if those games are necessary.

Wade has played in five NBA Finals, winning titles in 2006, 2012 and 2013. He and the Heat were in each of the past four title series, and Wade has remained close friends with former Miami teammate LeBron James — who has led the Cavaliers to this year’s finals.

Earlier this offseason, Wade told The Associated Press that he was considering TV work, “but only if it was right and made sense for me.”


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