Scott Disick has some explaining to do.
To make matters even WORSE, CB has bad blood with a Kourtney Kardashian. A close friend revealed:
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Well, it was proven true once again as RiRi attended Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers in Oakland on Thursday…
…and the Warriors WON!!!
Though she was cheering for the Cavs, the singer looked happy and fashion-forward in her all-black outfit in a sea of yellow.
She styled her Schott NYC leather jacket with black skinnies, over-the-knee leather boots, and a Lucid trucker hat, which is her new favorite headgear apparently.
Bestie Melissa Forde posted a video of Rih giving her support to LeBron James before the game:
If you're like most sports fans, you've probably spent a good amount of your game watching time yelling at the players onscreen.
Sure, most fans don't possess a fraction of the athleticism that they do, but they feel it's appropriate because athletes receive a healthy paycheck to perform their job — also, you know that they're never actually going to hear your harsh words.
Now Twitter exists though, so athletes can actually read criticisms given by arrogant sports fans.
The popular late night show will be running special pre-game broadcasts over the course of the championship round of the 2015 NBA Finals — and we can't think of a better way to celebrate than watching these athletes read mean tweets about them!
Check out the funny clip (below) to watch Blake Griffin, Steph Curry, Jeremy Lin, Jimmy Butler, and more of the NBA's finest reading horrible things that people said about them on the internet!
[Image via ABC.]
Super sad news…
Dai-Jon Parker, a former basketball player at Vanderbilt University, died suddenly on Thursday in Indiana.
According to reports, the 22-year-old athlete was inner-tubing behind a boat in the Morse Reservoir near Indianapolis, when he was thrown off the tube without a life jacket, and drowned. His body was located with sonar nearly two hours after disappearing underwater.
Vanderbilt's basketball coach, Kevin Stallings, said:
"We are extremely saddened with the news of Dai-Jon's death. Everyone who watched him play basketball knew what kind of athlete he was. But, to those of us who knew him and loved him, he was as good and happy of a person as you would ever meet. He always had a smile on his face and I will always remember him for that smile and the positive spirit he had. We send our deepest condolences and prayers to his family, friends, and others who were lucky enough to have met him. The Vanderbilt basketball family will miss him."
Parker, a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was a three-year player at Vandy, playing in 92 career games.
For his senior season, he transferred to the University of Indianapolis.
Our thoughts are with all of Parker's friends and family.
[Image via AP.]
This little girl is stealing the hearts of everyone… except journalists of course.
Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry brought his energetic two-year-old daughter Riley Curry to the podium again on Wednesday night after Steph's team clinched a spot in the NBA Finals.
After waving to the not-so-happy reporters, Riley went ahead and did her acapella chorus, which Drizzy approved of, sharing this video on his Instagram: