Snoop Dogg turned down $2 million offer to DJ Michael Jordan party

Snoop Dogg turned down $2 million offer to DJ Michael Jordan party

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Snoop Dogg turned down $2 million offer to DJ Michael Jordan party

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Snoop Dogg is a man of many talents. He makes music, does Skip The Dishes commercials, cooks with Martha Stewart, and even had his own Netflix show where he was coaching a youth football team. Snoop will also DJ from time to time and the great Michael Jordan even offered him the chance to do so at one of his parties in the past. Guess how much the former Chicago Bulls star was willing to give Snoop? A whopping $2 million. But, he turned it down due to a “schedule conflict.”
Source: Quinn Allen @ Clutch Points

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

Justin Kubatko @jkubatko
📅 On this day in 1999, the @Utah Jazz‘s Karl Malone scored 23 points in a win over the Blazers in the conference semis.
It was the last of 99 straight postseason games in which Malone scored at least 15 points, the second-longest such streak in NBA history (Michael Jordan, 179). PM

Salman Ali @SalmanAliNBA
Jalen Green says Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant were his biggest basketball influences. Green started watching Kobe Bryant videos in high school and used them as a source of inspiration. – 8:14 AM
Eurohoops @Eurohoopsnet
Chicago Bulls and Detroit Pistons to play in Paris in January 2023
Chicago’s Executive Vice President Arturas Karnisovas played against Michael Jordan and the Bulls in the same gym in 1997…7:59 AM
Justin Kubatko @jkubatko
Stephen Curry last night:
✅ 31 PTS
✅ 11 AST
✅ 5-10 3P
Curry now has 47 career 30-point playoff games, breaking a tie with Dirk Nowitzki for 11th on the NBA’s all-time list.
He ranks fourth among guards, trailing Michael Jordan (109), Kobe Bryant (88), and Jerry West (74). AM

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It is a lot of smoke, but no fire, yet. And you’ve got to hand it to the behind-the-scenes folks: They’ve created some late-spring entertainment, some buzz around Zach LaVine. In the end, make no mistake, though. Most expect LaVine back in Chicago. “Business as usual,” one Eastern Conference general manager said. “The Bulls can give him more money. They can give him a chance to go to the playoffs every year. If he is not the No. 1 option, he is 1A and that is going to be the case in just about any place he goes if he is serious about leaving. Portland is out there as a possibility for him, and if he leaves, that is the only place where it would make any sense. But would he shoot more than Damian Lillard there? Of course not. It’s a lateral move, or even a step down a bit.” -via / May 25, 2022
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