The Atlanta Hawks and music superstar Monica announced today she will be performing during halftime when the team brings back the very popular Swipe Right Night on April 6. This year the event is sponsored by Bud Light and takes place at the game against the Boston Celtics. That night fans can use the Tinder app inside the arena to gain access to special perks and meet up with matches in real time. Additionally, those who connect may get a courtside seat to the in-game concert by native Atlantan Monica, one of music’s reigning voices with more than 25 million records sold.
September 19, 2017 | 5:02 am EDT Update
Shams Charania: Free agent center Andrew Bogut has agreed to a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, agent David Bauman of ISE tells The Vertical.
David Aldridge: Wolves made major pitch for Bogutl; had playing time/role available behind KAT. Celtics, Cavs also were in mix, but Bogut liked LA vibe.
By leaving Cleveland, do you think you have a better chance at winning a Championship? Kyrie: “When you think about the journey, and you also put things into perspective for what they really are, it’s a truthful environment. And I wasn’t getting that [in Cleveland]. And that’s where it really stands.” When you say it wasn’t a “truthful environment,” is that pointing to the coaching, the GM, ownership? Kyrie: “No. It’s pointing to the perspective that I know exactly what I want. And I want to be happy, and perfect my craft in doing so.”