Kevin Hart Rumors
Kevin Hart thought he was going to have another chance to get wasted and climb atop a podium with another Philadelphia championship. Instead, he watched in sadness as the 76ers lost to Boston in the second round of the NBA playoffs last week. “Still hurting,” he said late last week. “STILL HURTING. Because I know we had a real good shot. It wasn’t the series that (we hoped for) but we’re still young and the whole definition behind ‘trust the process’ is the commitment to understanding growth. And we have a lot of growth.”
Steve Bulpett: Marcus Morris said he barely noticed the numerous stars sitting courtside. But it was hard to miss one in particular. “Kevin Hart, he’s a funny dude, man,” Morris said. “You know, it’s even funnier that he’s got to go back to Philly with an L.”
After the game, ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne asked Wade what prompted the surprising performance, and the NBA star offered a simple and direct response: “Kevin Hart.” Shelburne seemed a bit taken aback by Wade’s reaction, asking, “Kevin Hart? Really?” “Yup. You can thank Kevin Hart for that,” Wade responded.
An NBA 2K video that imagined Kevin Hart as a 76er balling out and dunking on everyone went viral on social media recently. It was made by a video editor who goes by Shady00018. Hart noticed it and commented on the hilarious footage on Saturday. Hart even tagged Drake to point out the face that 2K Drake made after he dunked on him.
It started with an easy question about Ball’s high school basketball career. Hart: Did you play all four years in high school? Ball: I played all fo … well see high school only went from 10th grade. You don’t get four years. Hart: That was the perfect answer! Did you play all four years in high school? ‘Well I … (Mumbles)’ Ball: You only get three years in high school for us. Hart: What position did you play? Ball: Any position. You know a point guard told me: ‘Lavar, I’m the one to get you the ball.’ And you know what I told him? ‘I’m the one who gets the [expletive] rebound to get to you to give it to me.’
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.