Kevin Hart Rumors
Chris Paul is putting his money where his mouth is — writing $75,000 in checks to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey. The NBA star — who was just traded to the Houston Rockets — heeded charity calls from both J.J. Watt and Kevin Hart. Watt confirmed CP3 donated $50k to the Houston Flood Relief Fund — putting the NFL star over his initial fundraising goal of $500,000.
On Tuesday, Hart had a blast congratulating Durant, then roasting him, then congratulating him again in an Instagram video (NSFW language in video and IG caption). Hart says: “Alright, congratulations are in order for my man KD. I’m not gonna lie, I didn’t think it was gonna happen, but you did it, so I’m gonna congratulate you. Humbly, I congratulate you on finally getting a ring. You deserve it, amazing season, amazing accomplishment. I’m not taking nothing from you.
“I’m gonna tell you what I did notice. You’re still getting your ass whooped by your mother … (he then proceeds to keep talking about how KD’s mom spanks him) … I love you man, congrats. Mama Durant, nothing but love for you too, but I know you still whooping his ass.”
The National Basketball Association and ESPN have announced the participants for the annual NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, with Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry tabbed to participate for a second straight year. This year’s game will tip off at 6 p.m. CT on Friday, Feb. 17, as part of NBA All-Star Weekend. The game will air live on ESPN from Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Last year, Lasry tallied eight points and six rebounds but his U.S. Team, led by actor and comedian Kevin Hart, fell to recording artist Drake and Team Canada, 74-64.
02 Feb 17