This is not a joke, Perezcious readers! This is Instagram-official!
And in emoji form, no less!
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
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This is going to be so cool!!
Details are scarce as news is just breaking of potential pairings for the project, but The Hollywood Reporter is confirming that the Cleveland Cavaliers star will find himself on the silver screen thanks to Justin Lin, Andrew Dodge, and Alfredo Botello, who are writing the sequel.
Of course, the first Space Jam starred LeBron's NBA superstar predecessor, Michael Jordan, and came out to worldwide fanfare in 1996.
In total, it grossed about $230.4 million worldwide as a live action/animation hybrid that paired the then-Chicago Bulls star with the Looney Tunes cartoon characters.
Now, Warner Bros. and the production team are
The Hotline Bling rapper was sitting courtside during the Toronto Raptors' come-from-behind win over the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night.
Fired up from the action, Champagne Papi was taunting the Pacers throughout the postseason game — even clapping right in Rodney Stuckey's face in the fourth quarter after a turnover.
But the sore winning didn't stop there! After the Raptors beat the Pacers — thanks to officials waving off a game tying buzzer-beater — Drizzy continued to taunt the losing team on Instagram!
In a now deleted post, Drake fired shots at Pacers star Paul George — complete with a tear emoji photoshopped on the athlete's face:
Last week, at Kobe Bryant's final game, Khloe Kardashian's estranged husband showed up and not only shared some feelings and memories with Black Mamba, he also opened up to Entertainment Tonight about getting back on the court and trying to play ball again!
Well it seems if Lamar is serious, he's got some help from former NBA player Baron Davis!
Though they were never teammates, Davis opened up to TMZ Sports about the possibility of
Is there a new man in Khloé Kardashian's life?!
On Sunday, the KUWTK star was spotted grabbing dinner with Orlando Magic point guard Brandon Jennings at Nobu Malibu. The two were joined by KoKo's BFF Malika Haqq!
According to onlookers, the reality TV star and the 26-year-old athlete appeared to be more than friends.
The NBA player has three children from three different women. In November, he had a baby with Lashontae 'Tae' Heckard.
Khloé definitely has a type!
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Stephen Curry may be an NBA all-star, but his Connect Four game could use a little fine tuning!
The Golden State Warriors star faced off against Barack Obama in a round of the classic Hasbro game — and things didn't go so well for the athlete!
The two put their game faces on to promote the President's My Brother's Keeper initiative — which launched in 2014 to help disadvantaged youth, specifically boys and young men of color.
And even though Curry brought his intensity (and mouth guard) with him, he was no match for POTUS — but the two had a TON of fun doing other mentor-mentee type activities!
On Sunday, Official White House photographer Pete Souza a video Instagram, featuring outtakes from their day of fun:
It's always best to get your information straight from the horse's mouth!
At Kobe Bryant's emotional send off this past Wednesday, Entertainment Tonight caught up with Lamar Odom to discuss a variety of touchy subjects, including his possible divorce from Khloé Kardashian and those allegations that he has fallen off the wagon. Naturally, we were all ears!
While Odom didn't give too much away, it's the first time we've really heard the former reality star speak since overdosing this past October. Throughout the poppa's recovery, we've mostly gotten our info from Khlo and the rest of her famous fam.
Confronting allegations that Kardashian is about to file for divorce, Lamar responded:
"We did talk, you know, everything is up for discussion. We talk about anything. We've been through a lot. It won't ever stop."
Well, it's interesting to hear that L.O. and the beauty are exploring all of their options — we're curious to see how it all pans out! No matter what happens, we don't doubt Lamar's declaration that their relationship "won't ever stop".
As for reports that the basketball enthusiast is out of control with his drinking, he SHUT DOWN those rumors:
Not everyone appreciates the power of bass!
It was an emotional night for basketball fans on Wednesday when Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant played his final game against the Utah Jazz.
Fans everywhere praised the NBA legend's 60-point performance during his last game.
But before Kobe took the court, Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea performed the National Anthem — and the fan reaction wasn't quite as positive.
The musician, a hardcore Lakers fan who has had season tickets since 1997, performed the The Star Spangled Banner on the bass.
And though Kobe seemed to enjoy the Jimi Hendrix-style performance, not everyone was a fan of the untraditional version of the song.
Like clockwork, the haters came out on Twitter to comment on Flea's performance: