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DeShawn Stevenson may be made of money, but he is not money. At the end of the third quarter of last night’s Hawks-Magic game, Stevenson threw up a half-court heave that missed, to no one’s surprise. But the miss was horrific, to everyone’s surprise.
The first official trailer for NBA 2K13 was just released. It features a Kevin Durant jump shot, Blake Griffin and Michael Jordan dunking, and Derrick Rose flipping in a layup… oh, and it also mentions that this game will be executive produced by Jay-Z.
There seems to be some sort of cover to get into DeShawn Stevenson’s kitchen, so you need straight cash, and a lot of it. No fears if you only have your debit card, though — as long as you don’t mind a small fee.
Today in “this is chess, not checkers”: Deshawn Stevenson, the subject of a 2008 diss record in which Jay-Z defended LeBron James’ honor, will now be playing for Jay-Z’s basketball team. The Nets have reportedly signed Stevenson to a one-year, $2.5 million contract. And although this is probably purely a basketball move, we secretly hope its a subtle psychological attack on LeBron for not signing with the Nets in 2010. [Newsday]
DeShawn Stevenson of the Mavericks has a neck tattoo prominently featuring Abraham Lincoln. What if Honest Abe could return the favor?
We have our first fallout from post-NBA-championship euphoria – the Mavericks’ DeShawn Stevenson was arrested last night for public intoxication.
Someone at ESPN thought it would be a good idea for Bob Ley to read the lyrics to Jay-Z’s “Blow the Whistle” on the air. And you know what? It was the best idea.
You might remember that LeBron James perpetrated a rather ridiculous flop against the Bulls during the Eastern Conference Finals. He wasn’t finished floppin’.