You may know Jon Batiste best as the bandleader for The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, but as he explained on Wednesday night, he’s interested in more than just jazz—he wants to heal America’s racial divide. To that end, Batiste rounded up some black celebrities for help, including Tituss Burgess, Kevin Hart, Samuel L. Show More Summary
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"To be real, Luke Walton didn't pick Luke Walton on 2K. GTFOH." The post Stephen Jackson Accuses D’Angelo Russell of ‘Brown Nosing’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Evil relic Don King introduced ham demon Donald Trump at a campaign event this morning, and in the process, said “nigger” when he meant to say “negro. As a rule, you shouldn’t listen to anything Don King has to say, but it’s always worth laughing at him. Read more...
Stephen Jackson may return for another NBA run.
We talked with Captain Jack about his comeback attempt. The post Stephen Jackson On His Comeback: ‘NBA Or Nothing, Man’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Featuring Lou Williams, Jarrett Jack, Anthony Morrow, Stephen Jackson and Dominique Wilkins. The post 2016 AEBL Championship Game Recap appeared first on SLAMonline.
Photo by Flickr/Bureau of Land Management An elk, courtesy of Stephen Baker, BLM After vanishing from the area's landscape 150 years ago, elk are being reintroduced in the Black River State Forest in Jackson County, Wisconsin. Shipped...Show More Summary
Stephen Jackson hasn't suited up in an NBA game since his brief stint with the Los Angeles Clippers during the 2013-14 season, but the 38-year-old swingman says he's been recruited by one Eastern Conference team in advance of the 2016-17...Show More Summary
Ex-Spur Stephen Jackson basically blames former teammate Tony Parker for the Spurs losing Game 6 of the 2012 Western Conference Finals to the OKC Thunder. San Antonio blew a 2-0 The post Stephen Jackson Criticizes Tony Parker for Selfish Play appeared first on SLAMonline.
Last summer, Stephen Jackson announced his retirement from the NBA. Cap’n Jack now says he’s ready to make his comeback. Jackson, 38, claims that he’ll be back in the League The post Stephen Jackson Vows ‘I Will Be Back in the NBA This Year’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
With the big names out of the way—Kevin Durant, Mike Conley, Dwyane Wade and so on—this is the time of year you’ll see some peculiar free-agent stories. Comebacks. Ring chases. The pursuit of redemption. Below, we’ll touch on all three...Show More Summary
All it took was for the Golden State Warriors to win 73 games and sign former Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant this offseason for everybody to come out of the woodwork and want to jump on the Warriors bandwagon. No, not the fans this time. Current and former NBA players. This time, it’s a […]
In one of the biggest surprises of the offseason, Stephen Jackson took another step toward reviving his NBA career Sunday. Jackson told ESPN's Rachel Nichols he'll be attending the Golden State Warriors' training camp in an attempt to earn a spot on the team's roster. On June 28, ESPN.com's Marc Stein first reported Jackson was eyeing a comeback. Show More Summary
On a recent episode of The Late Show, host Stephen Colbert laid down with Samuel L. Jackson under the night sky to ponder many of life’s deepest mysteries in “Big Questions With Even Bigger Stars.” Help Laughing Squid grow with a monthly pledge of support.
“Do you have any regrets?” “Oh absolutely. Wait! I wish I’d said ‘no.'” The Late Show‘s Stephen Colbert and Samuel “Samuel L. Jackson” L. Jackson ponder some of life’s biggest questions. Props to the writers for that capital joke.
Just days after absolutely destroying the upcoming Summer Olympics, Stephen Colbert is back with a new installment of “Big Questions With Even Bigger Stars.” This time around, the talk show host’s guest of honor is the legendary Samuel L. Jackson, who is currently promoting the new The Legend of Tarzan flick. In the hilarious clip, […]
Samuel L. Jackson appeared on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert Wednesday night to promote The Legend of Tarzan, where he plays a former soldier turned humanitarian. In a segment called "Big Questions With Even Bigger Stars," Colbert and Jackson lay side-by-side on a picnic blanket under the stars, volleying deep questions...
Stephen Jackson, who last stepped on the NBA hardwood during the 2013-14 season, when he made nine appearances for the Los Angeles Clippers, is reportedly entertaining a comeback. According to ESPN.com's Marc Stein, the Golden State Warriors —who Jackson spent four seasons with —have "shown interest" in bringing Jackson aboard in a coaching capacity. Show More Summary