It appears that things are still tense between Rosie O'Donnell and her estranged daughter, Chelsea.
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Looks like Dwayne Wade is talented both on and OFF the basketball court!
The Miami Heat shooting guard was getting sports fans hyped for the upcoming NBA season during this year's media day on Monday, but not by showing off his free throw!
Instead, the 33-year-old brought us all back to the mid-'90s when he stood in front of a green screen donning his jersey and a bright, multi-colored fanny pack.
But, he wasn't on camera to make some grand speech about how he and his teammates are gearing up for their games…
He was lip-syncing ALL of Montell Jordan's hit song This Is How We Do It! He completely KILLED it, since he knew every lyric and even had some old-school dance moves to back it up!
Luckily for us, the Heat posted a video to Twitter! Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
Jeremy Lin has been in the NBA for quite some time now — and he's picked up a few tips on how to fit in!
To pass on his wisdom, the Charlotte Hornets point guard posted a video on his YouTube that features the coolest players in the NBA — and the coolest toddler on the scene, Riley Curry!
The video features a clip where Lin, Stephen Curry, and his adorable daughter dance to Silento's Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) — which, of course, the 3-year-old slayed!
Check out the video (below) to see Lin getting schooled on being cool by NBA pros like Wesley Johnson, Landry Fields, Jerome Jordan, DeAndre Jordan, Tyson Chandler, Kyle Korver, Dwight Howard, Kemba Walker and Jason Rivera (Riley comes in around the 4:27 mark)!
UPDATE 9:26 AM EST:
This story has just taken a concerning turn!
Though no one was arrested, it's now rumored that someone involved in Nick Young's Dave & Buster's altercation was carrying a gun. Whoa!
One update on Twitter claimed:
In fact, an EXCLUSIVE source who was there that night explained that the restaurant was buzzing that someone was packing heat following the incident. Scary!
We do have our doubts though as the LAPD didn't mention a gun in their statement. Hmm, how odd. Stay tuned!
Over the weekend, LA Lakers player Nick Young had a complete meltdown in front of a Dave & Buster's in El Lay which ended with a police helicopter being called in for backup. Whoa!
Apparently, Iggy Azalea's fiancé and his squad got into an altercation inside the restaurant on Saturday which caused the basketball star to go into a rage!
He was heard yelling at a friend:
This is so sad.
Moses Malone, the former NBA star who is in the Pro Basketball Hall of Fame, has died. He was 60 years old.
Malone was a three-time NBA Most Valuable Player, and led the Philadelphia 76ers to a championship in 1983. He played in 12 All-Star Games over his illustrious 21-year career.
The 76ers released a statement early Sunday morning following Malone's death:
Surprise surprise, he's at it again!
Donald Trump just can't seem to stop being the most defensive person EVER!
NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar recently wrote an op-ed for the Washington Post titled, "This is the difference between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders."
As you can imagine, the article slams Trump for several things including his beef with Megyn Kelly saying the GOP candidate "attack[ed] the First Amendment's protection of a free press by menacing journalists," as well as Donald not caring about being politically correct!
Well, in true Trump fashion, the presidential hopeful wasn't going to let Kareem have the last word and had to resort to bullying once again!
Instead of taking to Twitter as he normally does though, Donald figured his time was best spent writing a handwritten note to Kareem and mailing it to him.
Luckily for us the Hall of Famer posted it to Facebook:
The world of basketball has lost one of its brightest stars as slam dunking legend Darryl Dawkins passed away Thursday morning at the age of 58.
The former NBA star was reportedly taken to the hospital for an unknown medial emergency where he died at approximately 11:19 AM.
An autopsy is currently set for tomorrow; sources are already saying there's no suspicion of foul play in his death.
Darryl was the first NBA player to be drafted straight out of high school and he earned the nickname "Chocolate Thunder" for his monstrous dunks.
The game of basketball would not be what it is today if it weren't for Darryl, and he will truly be missed.
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This is pretty crazy.
Basketball player Derrick Rose is being sued by a woman, only going by Jane Doe, who claims the former MVP and two friends drugged and gang raped her.
Ms. Jane Doe claims that she and the Chicago Bulls played dated from 2011 to 2013. While they dated she says that he tried to get her to masturbate in front of him, and even tried to have sex with her friends and have group sex with them!
The plaintiff says that the relationship ended in August of 2013 when the NBA player and his two friends, Ryan Allen and Randall Hampton — who also happens to be Rose's personal manager — invited her to Rose's home in Beverly Hills. That's when she says they drugged her drink with the intention of raping her.
The accuser says that she escaped the house with a friend of hers but later that night,