7 months ago
In a move way ahead of its time, here’s David Stern asking Larry Bird to marry him. Follow the best Facebook Page ever, Old School NBA Players!

In a move way ahead of its time, here’s David Stern asking Larry Bird to marry him. Follow the best Facebook Page ever, Old School NBA Players!

1 year ago
Godzilla vs. Barkley. 1992
1 year ago
1 year ago

“Kris Humphries, 10th year, excited to be here,” Humphries said, his voice trailing off almost as if asking a question.

The newest Celtics look so very sad.

1 year ago
No Limit Sports Management (NLSM) is a branch of No Limit that deals with sports agency for athletes of all sports. They take care of contract and endorsement negotiations and make sure the athlete is taken care of. Most of the athletes under the negotiation of No Limit Sports Management right now are players in the NBA and CBA, but recently they added NFL star running back Ricky Williams. Also, most of the athletes come from less forunate and underpriveleged childhoods in the ghetto. This way NLSM can in a way understand their past and problems and help them strive for the future.
Meet Chief Operating Officer(COO) of No Limit Sports Management, Mr.Tevester Scott. Mr. Scott takes care of all of the day to day financial arrangements. As part of this task, he oversees all contractual arrangements and sponsorship packages for their clients. Basically, he makes sure the clients are happy. Because some of the clients are quite young, he makes sure to sit down with them and counsel them about how to manage their money. The key goal is to set up for the rest of their lives, because after their sports career is over, there has to be somethin else- some kind of business and career oppurtunities outside of sports. For a full description and write up on Mr.Tevester Scott and also much more on No Limit Sports Management, click on his picture above, or Click here. I recommend you to read this article, it tells a lot about NLSM and its clients.
No Limit Sports Management and its clients have been featured many times on television, magazines, and other articles recently. Even ESPN’s SPORTSCENTER got in on the action during a recent interview they had with Master P and Tevester Scott. Master P, usually known as Percy Miller, told ESPN how No Limit Sports Management is different from other agencies, because he can relate to the players more and help them in more than just sports. He plays basketball, his clients play basketball- therefore he can relate to them more. Also P stated that his clients may want to expand their horizons to music, acting, clothing, or other things, and he can help them do that. Look for NLSM to be signing many other athletes, especially basketball players, in the next year.Also joining in on the interviews of NLSM clients is On The Sneak Tip Magazine, an online Hip-Hop Magazine. They recently interviewed two of NLSM's top clients- Ron Mercer and Derek Anderson. These athletes were two of the first members of the NLSM team, and are a very essential part of their success. To check out Ron Mercer’s interview Click Here, and to peep the article on Derek Anderson Click Here.Currently, Master P and NLSM have many ambitions for the future. After they added star running back Ricky Williams to their roster of athletes, they’d like to pick up more clients from the NFL. Also, Master P is involved in WCW wrestling, which is another sport with potential for NLSM. Besides wrestling and sports management, P would also like to fulfill his ultimate dream, becoming a pro basketball player. 

No Limit Sports Management (NLSM) is a branch of No Limit that deals with sports agency for athletes of all sports. They take care of contract and endorsement negotiations and make sure the athlete is taken care of. Most of the athletes under the negotiation of No Limit Sports Management right now are players in the NBA and CBA, but recently they added NFL star running back Ricky Williams. Also, most of the athletes come from less forunate and underpriveleged childhoods in the ghetto. This way NLSM can in a way understand their past and problems and help them strive for the future.

Meet Chief Operating Officer(COO) of No Limit Sports Management, Mr.Tevester Scott. Mr. Scott takes care of all of the day to day financial arrangements. As part of this task, he oversees all contractual arrangements and sponsorship packages for their clients. Basically, he makes sure the clients are happy. Because some of the clients are quite young, he makes sure to sit down with them and counsel them about how to manage their money. The key goal is to set up for the rest of their lives, because after their sports career is over, there has to be somethin else- some kind of business and career oppurtunities outside of sports. For a full description and write up on Mr.Tevester Scott and also much more on No Limit Sports Management, click on his picture above, or Click here. I recommend you to read this article, it tells a lot about NLSM and its clients.

No Limit Sports Management and its clients have been featured many times on television, magazines, and other articles recently. Even ESPN’s SPORTSCENTER got in on the action during a recent interview they had with Master P and Tevester Scott. Master P, usually known as Percy Miller, told ESPN how No Limit Sports Management is different from other agencies, because he can relate to the players more and help them in more than just sports. He plays basketball, his clients play basketball- therefore he can relate to them more. Also P stated that his clients may want to expand their horizons to music, acting, clothing, or other things, and he can help them do that. Look for NLSM to be signing many other athletes, especially basketball players, in the next year.

Also joining in on the interviews of NLSM clients is On The Sneak Tip Magazine, an online Hip-Hop Magazine. They recently interviewed two of NLSM's top clients- Ron Mercer and Derek Anderson. These athletes were two of the first members of the NLSM team, and are a very essential part of their success. To check out Ron Mercer’s interview Click Here, and to peep the article on Derek Anderson Click Here.

Currently, Master P and NLSM have many ambitions for the future. After they added star running back Ricky Williams to their roster of athletes, they’d like to pick up more clients from the NFL. Also, Master P is involved in WCW wrestling, which is another sport with potential for NLSM. Besides wrestling and sports management, P would also like to fulfill his ultimate dream, becoming a pro basketball player. 

1 year ago
Jake Shuttlesworth (Denzel Washington) is serving time in Attica prison for accidentally killing his wife. Soon into the film, the Warden advises Jake that if he can convince his son, Jesus (Ray Allen), a basketball phenom with Michael Jordan-like talent, to go to the Governor’s alma mater, Big State, then Jake will be released from prison early. Problem is, Jesus has been estranged from Jake since he went away, casually stating a few times to his friends and family that he “has no father.” Despite this, Jake is released from prison for one week (under strict supervision) to talk his son into going Big State.
For the next two hours, Lee’s film chronicles a tumultuous father and son rivalry, while detailing the highs and lows of a star on the rise. And after failing to convince Jesus to enroll in Big State, the two meet on an outdoor basketball court, where Jake proposes a finally hail Mary idea. One on one, father and son. If Jake wins, Jesus goes to Big State, if he loses, he’ll leave Jesus alone indefinitely. The terms are agreed upon and what follows is the most exhilarating six minutes of basketball ever captured on film.
He Got Game
Jake Shuttlesworth (Denzel Washington) is serving time in Attica prison for accidentally killing his wife. Soon into the film, the Warden advises Jake that if he can convince his son, Jesus (Ray Allen), a basketball phenom with Michael Jordan-like talent, to go to the Governor’s alma mater, Big State, then Jake will be released from prison early. Problem is, Jesus has been estranged from Jake since he went away, casually stating a few times to his friends and family that he “has no father.” Despite this, Jake is released from prison for one week (under strict supervision) to talk his son into going Big State.

For the next two hours, Lee’s film chronicles a tumultuous father and son rivalry, while detailing the highs and lows of a star on the rise. And after failing to convince Jesus to enroll in Big State, the two meet on an outdoor basketball court, where Jake proposes a finally hail Mary idea. One on one, father and son. If Jake wins, Jesus goes to Big State, if he loses, he’ll leave Jesus alone indefinitely. The terms are agreed upon and what follows is the most exhilarating six minutes of basketball ever captured on film.
1 year ago
The dude JR Smith dealing death with hits like You trying to get the pipe? to his yearbook quote “Get chicks or die trying”.

The dude JR Smith dealing death with hits like You trying to get the pipe? to his yearbook quote “Get chicks or die trying”.

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The Air Up There (Editor’s note: My family’s most often rented film)

The Air Up There (Editor’s note: My family’s most often rented film)

1 year ago