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LaLa & Carmelo Anthony Featured in Vogue Magazine

LaLa, Carmelo and their son Kiyan are featured in the April issue of Vogue Magazine. Lala talks about her rise to fame, her style and staying fit. Carmelo speaks on how Lala having her own career benefits their marriage.

Lala On MTV choosing her to be a part of the network
I was very high energy. They wanted to know who this girl was. To be an African-American Hispanic woman on MTV –you weren’t seeing that a lot.

On the evolution of her sense of style
Now I definitely like to wear clothes that make me feel good. I love wearing something that makes people stop and say, “Where did you get that? On TV, you want people watching to say ‘Hey she looks great, even when she is dressed down. She just has a way of caring herself.

On what she eats to stay fit
Eating plenty of fruits and vegetable, but if I fall off the wagon, I’ll go on a juice cleanse for a day or two.

Carmelo on seeing Lala for the first time on TV
As a teenager, I wanted to meet her someday, and it came true.

Carmelo on Lala’s success being a benefit to their marriage
We’ve been together for eight years, and we’ve kind of made it work. I have my things, and she has hers. I mean, it would be bad if only one of us had things going on.


Derrick Rose Thanks His Fans For Voting Him as All-Star Starter

Derrick Rose thanks his fans all across the globe who voted him in as an All-Star starter for the 2nd straight year.

Blake Griffin Dunks Over Kendrick Perkins

Check out Blake Griffin as he soars for this INCREDIBLE dunk and posterizes Kendrick Perkins with the one-handed finish way above the rim!

Derrick Rose Comments on Missed Free Throws


Derrick Rose comments on the two free throws he missed during yesterday’s game against the Miami Heat.

Lebron James Jumps Over John Lucas

LeBron James jumps over John Lucas of the Chicago Bulls to complete an alley-oop from Heat guard Dwyane Wade.
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Former Penn State Coach Joe Paterno Dies at 85

CBS Reports:

Joe Paterno, the man who for decades was synonymous with Penn State football and was known by the college football world as just “JoePa”, has died. Paterno, 85, had been receiving chemotherapy as part of his treatment for lung cancer, and complications from that treatment claimed the longtime Penn State coach’s life on Saturday.

Paterno was the head coach of Penn State for 46 seasons before being fired in November as his role in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal came under greater scrutiny. Combined with the time he spent as an assistant, Paterno spent a total of 61 years on the Penn State sidelines. He left behind a legacy that, on the field of play, was unparalleled in Division I football. Paterno holds the all-time Division I record for football coaching wins with a 409-136-3 record, and he won two national championships while going undefeated in five different seasons.

Under Paterno, Penn State was a perennial powerhouse, known for decades as “Linebacker U” for its propensity to develop All-American linebackers. Paterno coached such great linebackers as Dennis Onkotz, Jack Ham, Shane Conlan, LaVar Arrington, Paul Posluszny, Dan Connor, and Sean Lee, along with many others.

Additionally, running back John Cappalletti won the Heisman Trophy in 1973 under Paterno, and Cappalletti was one of seven Penn State players to win the Maxwell Award for most outstanding college football player. All in all, 68 players were named first-team All-American by at least one of the major news services under Paterno; 13 of those players were two-year winners.

Paterno’s longtime defensive coordinator and the architect of the defensive schemes that came to typify Penn State football was Jerry Sandusky, who’s now more well-known for the allegations of underaged sexual abuse against him made by men who were involved in Sandusky’s charity, The Second Mile, as boys. Sandusky is still awaiting trial for those allegations, and he pled not guilty to the charges in December 2011.
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Nike: Welcome to the #KobeSystem

Where do you go from the top? You go over the top. The #KobeSystem: Success for the Successful is Kobe’s winning, results-oriented philosophy on how to adapt to succeed. You’re Welcome.

LeBron James Finally Proposes


Chris Paul congratulated LeBron and Savannah on their engagement.

Deion Sanders’ Daughter Puts Pilar on Blast

Deion Sanders’ 19 year old daughter Deiondra Sanders went on a twitter rant claiming Pilar is a lying golddigger

#HowYouDidntKnow BUt @ChaseNCashe chillin at my dads crib with the kids when he outta town?? #HowYouDidntKnow but yo got a video half naked at PhotoShoot now you know MY DADDY WOULDN’T ALLOW THAT IF YALL WAS WORKING ON YO MARRIAGE #HowYouDidntKnow but yo “lawyer” sent out a press statement last week on the blogs said u been searching for a 9 million dollars house?? #HowYouDidntKnow but before my dad even filed for divorce YOU SENT IN THE STORY OVER 2 MONTHS AGO TO MEDIATAKEOUT #HowYouDidntknow NEXT ISSUE….. BLOGS SAID”

“Pilar’s lawyer adds, “Pilar’s sole focus & top priority 4 the last 12.5 years has been her marriage&children.” #HowYoTopPriorityBeen yo kids and yo marriage when u in the studio EVERY NIGHT TRYING TO COME TO COME OUT WITH AN ALBUM #HowYoTopPriorityBeen yo marriage & yo kids when YOU FLYING IN AND OUT FROM MIAMI, NEW YORK, ATLANTA 2 “HOST” LIKE U A 20YR OLD VIDEO MODEL
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New Music: Lob City (LA Clippers Theme Song)- Tyga

Tyga turned his record “Rack City” into the Los Angeles Clippers Theme song “Lob City”


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