Trinidad James was the last rapper I’d think would have game, but he definitely proved he can make it from long range at the SXSW Basketball Tournament, during this year’s festival.
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In case you missed what started out as one of the weakest slam dunk competitions, Terrence Ross saved the night by putting on a show in the championship round. Drake was court-side reppin’ hard for Toronto.
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Well this is what everyone had been waiting for, Beyonce took over Super Bowl sunday with a high-energy halftime performance, which included a special reunion towards the end.
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Alicia Keys kicks off Super Bowl XLVII, by singing the national anthem this year and delivers a flawless performance.
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Super Bowl XLVII is just four days away. Yesterday and today more advertisers released their game day, multi-million dollar commercials (or a trailer). The Skechers spot above featuring Joe Montana and Ronnie Lott is hilarious.
After the jump, check out the commercials for Mercedes-Benz, Speed Stick, Calvin Klein and Visa, plus the Super Bowl teaser for Marvel’s upcoming Iron Man 3 movie. The Visa spot includes several 49er’s players as well. The Mercedes-Benz ad is quite clever, and features Usher along with William Dafoe.
Super Bowl XLVII is still a week and a half away however big advertisers have started releasing trailers for their much anticipated (and highly coveted) ad commercials during the game. Above is Taco Bell’s teaser. Hit the jump to check out trailers from Mercedes-Benz, Coke and Axe.
If you missed it, check out Marley’s article How To Have More Fun With Friends on Super Bowl Sunday.
Big Boi is the latest Hip-Hop artist to visit ESPN’s First Take and sits down with Skip Bayless and Stephen Smith to talk football, specifically the upcoming Falcons vs SeaHawks game.
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Chicago’s Derrick Rose (@DRose) continues with documenting his journey back to the court after an ACL tear sidelined his career. The series is being released in conjunction with adidas and in episode two, titled “Hope,” D. Rose talks about the feelings he went through watching his team competing in the NBA finals, the brotherhood of his friends and how hope keeps him going. #TheReturn.
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Chicago’s Derrick Rose (@DRose) is documenting his journey back to the court in conjunction with adidas. Here in episode one, simply titled “Belief”, D. Rose talks about his sidelining injury (a torn ACL), the grief he went through in the first weeks after the injury, “being back at zero,” and a return to the top. #TheReturn.
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