Social Media Rumors
LeBron James has been silent about Isaiah Thomas joining the Cavs, but he had plenty say about his own game Wednesday evening. James, who is working out in Los Angeles twice a day with trainer Mike Mancias and Cavs coaches and player development staff, posted to Instagram footage of him scrimmaging in a famous auxiliary gym on the campus of UCLA.
Kristaps Porzingis has been posting workout videos all summer, but none of them have been as intense as this one. This is a video of 7-foot-3 unicorn Porzingis learning MMA moves:
Three months after sliding into the DMs of Croatian model Ines Nikic on Instagram, the 7-foot-3 center made a play for the social media stunner once again, weeks after the brunette bombshell turned 18. “Why does it matters to you that much,” Nikic asked Porzingis about his request for a follow. “Its a matter of life or death,” he replied.
Though Nikic said she would honor the 22-year-old unicorn’s request, Porzingis didn’t seem convinced. “I guess u want me to die huh?” Despite his pleading, Nikic has yet to follow the Knicks superstar on Instagram. It appears she also subtly shaded him with the caption, “Porzingod tryna smash,” on Aug. 14.
Dwyane Wade’s 15-year-old son Zaire got quite the driving lesson in his dad’s Ferrari on Saturday, and Wade Snapchatted it for his fans. It’s not an ordinary experience for a teenager, but it looks like Zaire did well. His dad was there to support him.
Chris Paul doesn’t dunk often, but this time he did, and it was an adorable moment. He had the help of his 8-year-old son. One of the hashtag’s Paul used was “Everyday Dad,” though I’m not sure every dad could do this: