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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the NBA’s all-time leading scorer. He also acts, writes, and serves as a U.S. cultural ambassador. He’s generally seen as a good, if arrogant guy, as far as the general public can tell. How does his son Adam, whom Abdul-Jabbar had with a San Antonio-area woman outside of his marriage many years ago, feel about the guy? As you might expect, he’s not a big fan.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Katherine Webb are filming a reality show about diving. Kareem posted a photo from the set earlier today, and that photo alone might be enough for us to declare it the greatest reality series of all time. See the whole thing after the jump.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, world famous for his five blog posts for the Huffington Post is back with a sixth! He also happens to be the all-time NBA points leader, but WHO CARES? He’s got a few insightful things to say about the HBO series Girls and he’s about to throw up a sky hook…of CULTURAL WISDOM.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar went on Celebrity Jeopardy! earlier this week. It wasn’t his first time on the program – and it hasn’t always gone well for him there in the past. How’d he do with a chance to rewrite his game show legacy? Well…
Welcome to “Staff Picks,” a segment where we bring you the most impactful plays, memorable characters, or surreal TV and radio moments from our collective sports-clogged consciousness. In this week’s edition, we go to the movies, and take a look at the athletes that actually did well on the big screen.