Question: Do professional athletes or rappers party harder? According to rapper Mac Miller, athletes go pretty hard. He told @Jordans_Life that back when he was starting his career, he went to a birthday party for NBA player Amar’e Stoudemire. Think tequila, wild girls, Steve Nash and Jason Richardson doing the Hulk. Mac also talked about loving Canada — if not only because of our lax attitude at the border.
Watch the interview here:
The Financial Post reveals that Bieber is starting to run with some major investment players. In the video of Bieber playing basketball against Steve Nash, one of the other dudes on the court was Mike Duda. Duda is an investment guy whose made series money, and he owns an investment company with Steve Nash.
If he is starting to hang out with Nash and Duda, he is playing in the big leagues.
Not only can Justin Bieber sing and dance, he can also ball. Bieber had a quick game with Steve Nash recently, and Bieber schooled him.
The two Canadians had a pickup game where Justin crosses over Nash and scores. Some are arguing Nash wasn’t really trying against the 17 year old pop star. Others are saying Nash’s defense is really that bad.
What do you think?
This Week On Entourage:
Turtle watches on in pain as Drama and Jamie-Lynn kiss on-screen for the Five Towns episode. Eric joins the gang and tells them about his slip-up of calling Ashley “Sloan” the night before.
Drama advises him to continue lying, and Turtle heads off to his first day as a UCLA college student.
Meanwhile, Ari finally makes amends with his wife, but experiences a huge problem at work when Marlo storms through the agency yelling and screaming like a demon to find Andrew’s “whore.”
Eric drops by Ashley’s place and apologizes again for the mistake. When she becomes skeptical, he promises to never lie to her again.
When Vince Carter was granted his demand for a trade out of Toronto, the city was left with a void. That is not a complement to his deteriorating basketball skills (can you get a hint at the bias?), but is in reference to his annual summer charity basketball game, which brought some of the league?s finest players to the city.
The summer was looking bleak, until Steve Nash saved the day.
The Canadian-raised Phoenix Suns leader, and NBA MVP, announced his plans to hold his own charity game in Toronto, and suddenly, Vince became a distant memory.
In late July, Nash and his NBA friends packed the Air Canada Centre for the first and hopefully not last Steve Nash Foundation Charity Classic.
andPOP was on hand at the game and at his party the night before to bring you interviews with Captain Canada himself, Shawn Marion of the Suns, Philadephia’s Andres Iguodala, Raptors Charlie Villanueva and Chris Bosh, and more. Watch the video to hear them speak about NBA parties, what makes Nash special, and how the upcoming season is shaping up.
Some of the NBA’s most exciting players will take part in the first Steve Nash Foundation Charity Classic, behind held July 29 at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre.
Joining Nash will be his Phoenix Suns teammates Joe Johnson, Quentin Richardson, Amare Stoudemire, and Shawn Marion.
Allen Iverson, Ricky Davis, Josh Smith, and Raptors Jalen Rose, Rafer Alston, Morris Peterson and Chris Bosh have also been confirmed.
More players are still expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
In addition to the All Star game, a “Jamfest” will be held outside the ACC before the game starting at 2 p.m.
Tickets to the game are available through Ticketmaster.
This is the must-go-to event of the summer.