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Magic Johnson didn’t need to say shit about Donald Sterling. If you had an old, ostracized outcast yelling bullshit about you, and that bullshit was quickly followed up with everyone from the commissioner of the NBA to the guy who conducted the bullshit yelling coming to your defense, you’re probably okay to sit the next play out.
Donald Sterling On Magic Johnson: ‘Has He Done Everything He Can Do To Help Minorities? I Don’t Think So.’
Anderson Cooper coming through with the perfect “Are you fucking serious?” face for Donald Sterling, who continues to dig his own grave with insane stupidity.
When delicious irony meets good business, we all win. Except for Donald Sterling, but fuck that guy, right?
Here’s A Pretty Nervy — And Unnerving — Video Of Magic Johnson Discussing His Pre-HIV Sex Life With Oprah
If you can’t laugh about these things, you’ll cry — that’s the tactic we believe Magic Johnson is taking in this interview with Oprah, in which he discusses his very promiscuous sex life in the years leading up to his HIV diagnosis.
This Random Dude Has An Epic Story About Magic Johnson Beating Him On A Buzzer-Beater In Pickup Basketball
This is a random video from some random dude on reddit, but I assure you it’s worth your time. It’s about Magic Johnson randomly walking into LA Fitness and playing pickup basketball with random people, acting as you’d expect Magic Johnson to act.
Make a list of your three favorite things in the entire world. If that’s too difficult for you, pick a category. Your three favorite bands. Your three favorite foods. You three favorite movies. Whatever you want. Then meet me after the jump.
Another baby step towards the acceptance of gay athletes in sports was taken by one Magic Johnson, who was spurred to speak on the subject when his son came out to the public earlier this week. In an interview with TMZ, Magic discussed how it might encourage an L.A. Dodger to make a similar admission. Magic, for his part, seems elated at the concept. Video after the jump.
Magic Johnson Was (Understandably) Extremely Emotional After Kobe Bryant’s Tribute To Jerry Buss Last Night
The Lakers played their first game since the death of Jerry Buss last night, and it fittingly came against the Celtics. They won, Kobe Bryant gave an emotional pregame speech, which moved another Laker legend to tears.
Over 30,000 points, five NBA championships, two Olympic gold medals, and countless other accolades. Kobe Bryant’s resume is pretty impressive. But is he the greatest Laker ever? According to two of the best Lakers ever, yes.