Steve Nash was not expecting this last night! At the Nicki Minaj/Lil Wayne concert, Phoenix Suns and 2 time NBA MVP Steve Nash was called on stage and got a lap dance from Nicki and that booty that makes Kim Kardashian go "Now, that's a big onion!"
Check out the clip and Steve's reaction. Looks like someone had a reason not to get up so fast!-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: The Suns Were Not The Only Thing Rising For Steve
Jonah Hill, who will be starring in "Get Him To The Greek" next Friday with Russell Brand, was at the Staple Center for the Los Angeles Lakers versus Phoenix Suns Playoff game last night.
Jonah's seat was right next to the Laker bench and Kobe Bryant. Hill looks unfazed. We wonder how he was when the goat of the Laker season Ron Artest hit the luckiest shot at the end of the game to stun the Suns and bring themselves to being one game away from the NBA Finals.
BTW, Artest made the most of being the man of the moment and wore a Los Lakers shirt to his press conference. So, as much as Phil Jackson was praising him, the might be grilling him for bringing politics into it when he said before the series he did not want either team wearing the "Los" jerseys in response to what is going on in Arizona right now.
Also, Jonah's seat was hotness as he was sitting next to Lauren Sanchez. If you don't know who Lauren is, you may want to google her. Seriously.-Dr.FB
Christiano Ronaldo pulled a hat-trick yesterday which lead to a come from behind victory against Barcelona yesterday.
The Real Madrid player has come back from injury but still has 25 goals so far.
The Phoenix Suns defeated The San Antonio Spurs in the their Los Suns jerseys to take a 2-0 nothing lead. No word how well it went over with some residents in Arizona.......
The Phoenix Suns who are leading the San Antonio Spurs 1-0 in their best of seven series will be the center of attention tonight when game 2 takes place.
The Suns will be wearing their "Los Suns" jersey when they take the court. The owner of the Suns Robert Sarver came up with the idea to wear them for Cinco De Mayo and in protest of Arizona's new immigration law.
Starver allowed the team to decided weather to wear them or not and they decided unanimously to wear them.
"Our players and organization felt that wearing our 'Los Suns' jerseys on Cinco de Mayo was a way for our team and our organization to honor our Latino community and the diversity of our league, the State of Arizona, and our nation … "
"The frustration with the federal government's failure to deal with the issue of illegal immigration resulted in passage of a flawed state law. However intended, the result of passing this law is that our basic principles of equal rights and protection under the law are being called into question, and Arizona's already struggling economy will suffer even further setbacks at a time when the state can ill-afford them."
Now, my question to you is this; should a sports team be making a political statement like this? What do you think?-Dr.FB
One has to wonder if George Lopez was talking to Zac about the Laker game where they whooped on Phoenix, or his love for High School Musical or doing the smart thing and trying to get Zac on his new talk show entitled Lopez Tonight.
Regardless, it seemed like the 2 were having a good time and Zac even took some shots at the basket. It's nice to see Zac around enjoying things when not working or promoting.
It also seems the Lakers seem to win a lot when Zac is around and that is something that I like to see.-Dr.FB