That was quick. Just one minute after NBA free agency began Wednesday, the New Orleans Pelicans and Anthony Davis agreed to a five-year max extension that will give the budding star the richest contract in NBA history
Davis, who emerged as one of the NBA’s most dominant big men last season, reportedly agreed to the extension worth roughly $145 million, according to ESPN. Davis can’t formally sign his contract until July 9, per league rules, but the deal is in place
Despite new efforts from companies like eBay, Amazon, Walmart and Etsy to remove items that promote the Confederate flag from their stores, the symbol is still alive and well in Google Play and the App Store.
At the time of this writing, both companies’ app stores had several apps with the Confederate flag prominently displayed in the app icon. Many of the apps are wallpaper apps, though there are also games, keyboards and educational apps. The latter category, to be fair, includes Jefferson…
Human models like Naomi Campbell and Zoolander are great, but have you ever seen a dachshund smile with its eyes?
Photographer Amy Davis got sick of using her friends as models for her grad school assignments, so she vowed to complete a semester using only her cat, Penny, as a model. Turns out, Penny makes a pretty spot-on Bob Dylan.
LOS ANGELES — A cappella has never been a power player at the Grammys, but a win on Sunday for Pentatonix — who shot to prominence on YouTube and have had an incredible year because of it — stamps the streaming video phenomenon as a legitimate force in the music biz.
Pentatonix won its first Grammy in the Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella category for ”Daft Punk,” a four-minute medley that touches on “Get Lucky,” Celebrate,” “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” and “One More Time.”
LOS ANGELES — Times change. In its 39th year, music mogul Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy Awards gala once again was Grammy week’s hottest ticket in town, but this year more than ever the party showcased digital’s monumental impact on the music industry
Davis not only handpicks every guest and performer at the star-studded event, he also name-drops his selections with grandiose introductions. Two of his first three reveals on Saturday night were surprisingly Apple‘s Tim Cook and Eddy Cue
The scrawny kid who went unranked in high school and unwanted by major colleges, but is now more popular than any other pro. The two brothers from a country that hadn’t even produced an NBA player before they were toddlers, but will now face off opposite one another on the game’s biggest celebratory stage
Of all 10 NBA All-Star Game starters announced on Thursday night, none have tales that quite match those of Steph Curry and Pau and Marc Gasol. Indeed, theirs are more heartwarming fairy…
Monopoly’s Sydney Edition has been around for years, but that didn’t stop Twitter users from having some New Year’s Day fun by creating a new version of the rules.
Sarah Davis, who lives in Melbourne, was visiting Sydney when she spotted the local edition in Pitt Street Mall. She sent out a photo of the game with the hashtag #MonopolySydneyEdition, followed by a tweet saying: “Twenty players queuing up to rent the same apartment #monopolysydneyedition.”
When you impress Michael Jordan, you know you’re doing something right
Charlotte Hornets guard Kemba Walker unleashed on Wednesday night one of the most devastating ankle-breaking crossovers you’ll ever see in an NBA game. As seen in the video, above, the move left Chicago Bulls forward Nikola Mirotic stumbling backward onto his bum like a drunk bar patron being turned away by some overenthusiastic bouncer