NBA All-Star Weekend

Feb
26
Flo Rida Performs ‘Good Feeling’ at NBA All-Star Saturday Night

Flo Rida

Flo Rida brought the party to the basketball court in his homestate on NBA All-Star Saturday Night. Joined by his female dancers, the chart-topping rapper bounced across the stage while delivering an energetic performance of his hit single “Good Feeling” before the Slam Dunk Contest at Amway Center in Orlando. Go with the Flo below.

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Feb
26
Diddy Gets Dunked Over at Slam Dunk Contest [Video]

Diddy and Chase Budinger

Diddy was way in over his head at NBA All-Star Saturday Night. The Bad Boy mogul participated in the highly-anticipated Slam Dunk Contest with Chase Budinger, dressed as Billy Hoyle from “White Man Can’t Jump.”

“White man can’t jump,” Puff taunted the Houston Rockets star. “White man can jump. I’m about to prove it right now,” said Budinger before dunking over Diddy’s head at Orlando’s Amway Center.

He earned 10s from the celebrity judges including Ne-Yo.

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Feb
24
J. Cole and Common Face Off at NBA All-Star Celebrity Game

J. Cole and Common

J. Cole stepped off the sidelines and onto the court at Friday’s NBA All-Star Celebrity Game at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando. The Roc Nation rapper, who will perform at Sunday’s Sprint Pregame Concert, showed off his skills with a slam dunk while playing against the West’s Common and Ne-Yo. Just before the buzzer rang, Cole blocked Common’s shot. “LOL! He’s gonna pay 4 that!” the Chi-town MC later joked. The East won 86-54.

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Feb
16
Nicki Minaj, Mary J. Blige, J. Cole, & Pitbull to Perform at NBA All-Star Weekend

Mary J. Blige and Nicki Minaj

Music’s MVPs are hitting the court for the 2012 All-Star Game. The NBA has assembled a dream team of artists to provide the entertainment at this year’s festivities in Orlando, Fla.

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Feb
22
Video: Inside Jay-Z and LeBron James’ 5th Annual Two Kings Dinner

Go inside the hottest ticket of NBA All-Star Weekend—Jay-Z and LeBron James’ 5th Annual Two Kings Dinner and After-Party presented by Bing. Some of the biggest names in sports, business, and entertainment mingled at a power dinner at L.A. eatery Craft including Rihanna, Kanye West, Ne-Yo, Drake, Leonardo DiCaprio, Young Jeezy, Gayle King, and Dwyane Wade.

Watch as Jay raises a toast with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, Rihanna poses for a photo with a young fan, and Drake shares a secret handshake with LeBron. Then head to the after-party at the Creative Artists Agency (CAA) where celebs including Ciara danced the night away. Take a trip off all the power.

Feb
22
Video: Beyoncé Joins Jay-Z and LeBron James at Two Kings Charity Event

Jay-Z and LeBron James joined forces to give back to the local community by unveiling a renovated gym at the Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club as part of their annual Two Kings charity event sparked by Sprite. The superstars posed for photos and got a first look at a graffitied mural designed by renowned tattoo artist Mister Cartoon. Beyoncé was on hand to check out the new space and listen as her hubby and LeBron shared encouraging words with the youth.

“We’re very honored to be here,” Jay told the youngsters during NBA All-Star Weekend. “We see ourselves in your eyes and we’re very happy to be here to let you guys know that if you stay focused and you follow your dream, you stay in school, that you can definitely make it in life.”

Feb
21
Chris Brown Shoots Hoops with Youth

Chris Brown

In between performing at Snoop Dogg’s party and hosting his own event during NBA All-Star Weekend, Chris Brown still found time to visit with the local youth at the iHoops event in Los Angeles on Sunday (Feb. 20). The 21-year-old singer signed autographs for kids at the Boys & Girls Club of L.A. and taught them some basketball moves. His fellow celebs Columbus Short, Clark Gregg, Michael Clarke Duncan, and Cedric the Entertainer also got in on the action. Check out more pics of Breezy schooling the young’ns below.

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