Justin Timberlake Rumors
The Grizzlies had a countdown on their website for a long time, counting down to 11:30AM today. The time is here, and we now know what the countdown was for: a film by Craig Brewer titled “Marc Gasol of Memphis”, in which Memphians (along with Zach Randolph and Mike Conley) make their case that Marc Gasol is, just like we’ve always known, One Of Us.
His days with the Lakers are over … but ex-NBA player Kareem Rush is still gunning to sell out the Staples Center … as the next big superstar in pop music. The 34-year-old tells TMZ Sports he’s focusing on a singing career — “I’m a cross between Timberlake and Maxwell.” Rush has been working on his craft for years … and even dropped a single back in 2010 … before he officially retired.
Let’s talk about the All-Star hashtag skit. It was a tribute to the one Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake did, right? Kent Bazemore: Oh yeah, yeah, it was definitely a spinoff of that. The Hawks PR came up with the idea and myself and Mike Muscala did it. I hope they saw it, I hope they get to see it one day… And who came up with the nicknames? I loved ‘Better Call Paul’ Millsap and ‘Machine Gun’ Korver. KB: Thank you, man. Me and Mike spent a lot of time with the guys on the bench. Throughout the games we are always making hashtags, just fooling around, you know. Trying to stay in tune for the game, and the skit was like a synopsis of the foolery that can come up with.
NBA MVP LeBron James says he needed an assist to get to a Justin Timberlake and Jay Z concert Friday night. The Miami Heat star posted a video of him saying he was following ”a police escort on the wrong side of the street” to get to the concert at Sun Life Stadium. The eight-second video shows James’ vehicle behind others with police lights flashing, as oncoming traffic on the three-lane side of the road allowed them to pass.