There was only one superstar on the floor during Thursday's game between the Los Angeles Clippers and Minnesota Timberwolves with Chris Paul and Blake Griffin dealing with injuries, and Karl-Anthony Towns lived up to the description. Towns led Minnesota to the 104-101 victory at Staples Center behind 37 points and 12 rebounds. Show More Summary
It’s been about 25 years since the original Wesley Snipes-Woody Harrelson comedy hit theaters, so naturally, it’s time to reboot White Men Can’t Jump. News comes via The Hollywood Reporter that Black-ish creator Kenya Barris is teaming with the LA Clippers’ Blake Griffin and the Carolina Panthers’ Ryan Kalil to update the film for today’s […]
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That and more in Wednesday's newsletter. Good (late) morning. Let’s basketball. THE CURSE STRIKES AGAIN: Chris Paul could miss up to two months after thumb surgery. Blake Griffin is still out with a knee injury. The Clippers will get good luck one of these days. That sound you hear is the Clippers’ window creaking towards being shut. Show More Summary
Blake Griffin isn't just producing the "White Men Can't Jump" reboot, there's also a "high" chance he'll appear in it... so says the guy writing the flick, Kenya Barris.
White men still can’t jump.
Black-ish Kenya Barris is in charge of the reboot of the iconic film
Why remake a sports movie classic that still holds up? This is the sort of news that compels people to say that Hollywood has run out of original ideas. Personally, I don’t follow that line of thinking. People often say they want original movies, and then often don’t go to support them. Show More Summary
"Black-ish" creator Kenya Barris is taking a (three-point?) shot at remaking the 1992 sports comedy "White Men Can't Jump." According to The Hollywood Reporter, he teamed with Blake Griffin of the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers and Ryan Kalil of the NFL's Carolina Panthers to develop the movie. Show More Summary
Barris has teamed up with Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers and Ryan Kalil of the Carolina Panthers for the remake of the 1992 basketball comedy.
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Black-ish creator Kenya Barris is teaming with NBA star Blake Griffin to produce a remake of the 1992 comedy classic White Men Can't Jump.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, a White Men Can’t Jump remake is on the way from Mortal Media partners (and pro athletes) Blake Griffin and Ryan Kalil. This is especially good news in a week that’s already seen one fundamentally flawed attempt at mending race relations in this country. Show More Summary
White Men Can’t Jump Remake Coming Soon Would you watch a ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ remake? According to Variety reports, the 90s classic is getting the reboot treatment from “Black-ish” creator Kenya Barris, Los Angeles Clippers power forward Blake
LA Clippers power forward Blake Griffin is a five-time All-Star, a four-time All-NBA performer and has, among other things, a Slam Dunk Contest title to his name. Aside from his on-court exploits, he's also dipped his toe in the entertainment...Show More Summary
Clippers forward Blake Griffin has started to increase his workload as he prepares to return from right-knee surgery. Before the Clippers played the Lakers on Saturday afternoon at Staples Center, Griffin participated in sprinting and shooting drills that took him all around the court. The Clippers...
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