LeBron James is the Most Hated Player in NBA, According to New Study

  A recent social media study conducted by SportsInsider.com revealed that LeBron James is the most hated player in the NBA. The study gathered the information by tracking geotagged Twitter data from the last month, including negative mentions of NBA players. With over 70,000 tweets and hashtags that were tracked, it was found that LeBron is the NBA’s most hated player in 24 different states. He is followed by  Kyrie Irving (18 states), James Harden (3), Kevin Durant (3), Russell Westbrook (1), and Paul George (1). The hosts on FS1’s…

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Culture III Release date revealed

After years of teasers, Migos have revealed the release date for their new album Culture III: The third in the series—following 2017’s Culture and 2018’s Culture II—is out June 11. Find the announcement below. Following the release of Culture II, Migos went on tour with Drake before eventually splintering off to release their debut solo albums: In 2018, Quavo dropped Quavo Huncho and Takeoff shared The Last Rocket. Then, in 2019, Offset released Father of 4. After the release of Culture II, Migos shared a handful of singles including “Pure Water” (with Mustard), “Position to Win,” “Stripper Bowl,” and “My Family”—a collaborative track with…

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LAPD Union Reportedly Wants NBA to Investigate LeBron James

Previously, LeBron James spoke on the tragic Ma’Khia Bryant incident, where the young girl was shot and killed by police on the same day that former cop Derek Chauvin was convicted of murdering George Floyd. James took to Twitter to call out the officer who shot Bryant, saying “YOU’RE NEXT #Accountability,” before deleting the tweet due to backlash he faced. Many police officers didn’t respond well to the tweet, with some saying James was inciting violence against cops with the words. Recently, the Los Angeles Police Protective League sent a…

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(BRAKING NEWS)LEBRON JAMES BECOMES PART OWNER OF BOSTON RED SOX

LeBoston Red Sox. Yep, LeBron James is now a part-owner of one of the most storied franchises in pro sports … the Boston Red Sox. So, how did it happen? LeBron has obtained shares in the Fenway Sports Group — which is the parent company of the BoSox, along with several other prominent sports teams and companies. No word on how many shares LeBron owns or how much money he put down — but what’s clear is he’s a minority partner in FSG, which means he’s a part-owner of the Sox, as…

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LEBRON JAMES WISHY-WASHY ON COVID-19 VACCINE … Wants to Keep Decision Private

LeBron James was just asked if he would get a COVID-19 vaccine when he’s able to — and rather than firmly come out and say yes, he waffled … which is startling. King James did a 20-minute-plus interview Sunday for NBA All-Star Weekend … and at one point he was asked how he’s been able to stay COVID-free and relatively healthy throughout the pandemic. Bron chalked it up to luck and faith … saying he just follows the protocols handed down by the league to a T, going straight home after…

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Ex-Atlanta Dream Baller Renee Montgomery Becomes Team Owner …..

The women of the Atlanta Dream have no love for the former owner of their team Kelly Loeffler. During the 2020 election and the subsequent Georgia Senate runoff, the women banded together to actively campaign for her opponent, Rev. Raphael Warnock. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that those efforts weren’t in vain because Rev. Warnock did indeed beat Loeffler and it wasn’t particularly close. In recognition of the ladies’ work to get out the vote in addition to Loeffler’s attitude toward Black Lives Matter and her obnoxious obsequiousness toward Donald…

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LeBron Reveals He Wants to Release an Album, Says He Won’t Be Rapping

LeBron James took to Twitter to reveal that he wants to release an album. On Thursday (February 18), he wrote, “My love for music is INSANE!!! I think I’m going to do a album. Oh no I won’t be rapping or anything like that. I’m not crazy, I know what I’m great at, but I tell you one thing I do have. So many friends that can. ! Thinking out [loud].” In 2019, LeBron was the executive producer of 2 Chainz’s Rap or Go to the League. Speaking to Vanity Fair,…

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LeBron James Signs 2 Year, $85M Extension With the Los Angeles Lakers

  LeBron James agreed to a two-year, $85 million extension with the Los Angeles Lakers according to his agent Rich Paul. The contract extension comes after a career year where James won his fourth NBA title and led the league in assists. The future hall of famer was named the 2020 NBA Finals MVP, becoming the first player to win the award with three different franchises. The 35-year-old is set to make $39 million in 2020-21, $41 million in 2021-22, and $44 million 2022-23. The new contract will take LeBron…

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