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Spike Lee offered the owner of Fuzzy’s Vodka $40,000 for his seat behind the Pacers’ bench, and was turned down. Why? Because in Indiana, Spike Lee is Voldemort. Also, because he might try and distract them with his wiener.
Spike Lee is a few things. Movie director. World’s most transparent Knicks fan. Fashion connoisseur? Based on some of the outfits he styles at Madison Square Garden, including but not limited to the very one he wears in this video, maybe I’m taking his advice with a grain of salt if I’m Pablo Prigioni.
Spike Lee is the world’s most notorious Knicks fan. So what’s the deal with him having an alter ego that dresses up in Brooklyn Nets black and white and talking to himself through a mirror? I guess we all know that nobody cares about Spike Lee’s opinion on sports quite like Spike Lee. He is still a Knicks fan though, right?
The Yankees and Angels were all square at 2-2 in the bottom of the first inning when Mark Teixeira came to the plate. After swinging at the 1-1 pitch, his bat went flying dangerously into the stands. Hoards of people ducked and dove to get out of the way of the flying piece of wood, but one lucky fan emerged with a souvenir. Spike Lee. Video after the jump.
So, Mike Tyson’s going to have a one-man show on Broadway. Bet you didn’t see that one coming 20 years ago. But in a life as filled with big moments – both good and really, really bad – it makes sense. And he doesn’t shy away from talking about those lows off the stage, either.
Seriously, Jeremy Lin just makes everyone around him better. And boy do we mean everyone.
Spike Lee tweeted out the following photo last night, in which he was seen giving President Barack Obama a pair of the not-yet-released Air Jordan Spizike “Bordeaux.” The shoe’s are a mouthful, and they’re also an eyeful.
It was a moment to add to Madison Square Garden lore. The Knicks, who looked like their eight-game winning streak would be snapped thanks to a back-breaking shot by the Celtics’ Paul Pierce, had 0.4 seconds left to make a miracle happen. They did…but they took too long to do it.